Dükü explains that from a quantum point of view, the Boson represents an energy or force field that interacts with its environment. Depending on whether its energy is low or high, it can generate symmetry or break it. In quantum physics, the Boson is one of the four fundamental forces of nature. However, Dükü also raises the notion of African Bosons, referring to the energy of ancestors and the spirits that watch over humanity.
Boson’ is an akan term that evokes the world of spirits, tutelary genies and the supernatural. Dükü asserts that these two concepts, the quantum and the metaphysical, interpenetrate and feed off each other. He points out that the invisible forces of quantum physics, such as protons, electrons and cells, have become part of our modern reality, albeit invisible to our human eyes. In this way, he invites us to consider metaphysics as an intrinsic dimension of our human consciousness.