Universes Trilogy Theory<

My Trilogy theory comprises three main aspects to explain why our universe is behaving the way we observe:<

Meshing universes
Compression theory

They are all interactive and necessary for the overall understanding of our universe. For example, the mass of a universe determines the speed of light in that universe and explains dark matter in another universe; the 'Inspansion' of a universe's mass also determines the normal space density and the effect of spatial compression.

Meshing Universes

My new Mesh Theory could make astronomers review the Big Bang theory, which has dominated cosmologists' beliefs in recent decades over how the universe began and evolved. It proposes that our universe was formed when two or more parallel universes meshed together forming the dimensions that we experience now, not necessarily in a 'Big Bang', but in a 'Big Mesh' of spatial and temporal dimensions. Note that there are several posibilities causing the birth of our universe but I consider this merge is the most probable. The alternatives are discussed inthe Conclusions section.

Quantum physics has been applied to cosmology for decades, and proposes the possibilities of parallel evolving universes(1), faster-than-light interconnectedness and other quantum realities that are consistent with recent experiments and observations (8). Therefore, an understanding of quantum physics makes the existence of two (or more) universes merging with each other a possibility that may not be so strange.

As will be explained later, a parallel universe also provides an explanation for the anomalies of dark matter and energy (1). I hope to demonstrate that a parallel universe(s) can also explain dark matter and energy (2). The double-slit photon experiment (3) (4) (6) supports this idea that two (or more) universes can exist side-by-side and influence each other at a material and energy level and that the presence of a parallel universe is also likely to be influencing our universe at the atomic level (8).

Expansion or Inspansion

As part of this theory I also propose a new way of thinking about our concept of an expanding universe, where we think of the the outer limits of our view as accelerating away from us at the speed of light.
I suggest that this expansion is relative in direction and is, in fact, 'INspanding' within a singularity (or 'multiverse' that is the current favourite term). From our viewpoint space 'appears' to be expanding because of the relative motion but my inspanding concept provides a better explanation of our current observations.

Grasping the concept of inspansion is a necessary part of understanding the effect of our combining universes, dark matter and light speed. As with all current theories concerning the expansion of space they all require 'a repulsive force of an unknown nature' to explain the continual expansion. Inspansion removes the need for this 'repulsive force'.

Part of this inpansion understanding implies that space is created by matter and explains why one or more Hubble spheres (7) can exist with a boundary or boundaries moving away at the speed of light from any observation point. Since all matter is inspanding at the speed of light, time and space dilate to zero which is also consistent with the idea of inspanding 'within' a singularity or 'multiverse'.

Compression Theory

Theoretical concepts, such as spatial compression, are also introduced to explain why the speed of light is constant and how the speed of light is influenced by the mass of our universe (6) and why it might differ in another universe (9). Some observations and experiments are also referenced to support these new theories.

Also discussed is another approach to an understanding the formation of space and how the universe's 'inpansion' creates space and time. This leads to a definition of normal space and the recovery effect that this has on the motion of matter through space and why this determines the speed of light hence and why faster-than-light (FTL) velocities are unnecessary for space travel across the universe.