Trying to answer the question: "What are the things?"
I noticed that different things have different (physical) forms and that equal things have equal forms. But what if it was a wrong reasoning ?
I wondered: "What if all things have different forms and we just don't notice/see it (are just incapable of seeing it)? Then think how can something be "equal" to something else?
If something is "equal" to something else, isn't it only equal to itself? Because if it wasn't it wouldn't be "totally equal" (by "equal" I mean ALL the properties are the same), it wouldn't exist in the same place, it wouldn't be surrounded by the same air/thing...
Can something really be equal to something besides itself?
After that thought, I tried to define all the things: "Things are there form" (Since different things have different physical forms) I tried to search by this "thought experiment?" but I could only find Plato's theory of forms, which isn't the idea proposed.
By "physical form" i meant: the physical structure of an object (I do not mean the outline of an object). To make it more clear, imagine two almost perfect metal spheres side by side, using the concept provided I would say that "They are not the same/equal", they are in different locations, they are formed by different entities... (physical properties)