Friday, 6 January 2017
What is outside the Universe? Is it possible to have an infinite Universe within a finite sphere as long as the sphere is continuously expanding?
What is outside the Universe? This question cannot be answered by mainstream physics. But in this theory the answer is very simple; it is the future that is outside the Universe. It is possible to have an infinite Universe within a finite sphere as long as the sphere is continuously expanding. This can be visualized in fractal geometry where we have infinite diversity on the boarder of a finite geometrical object. In such a theory the Universe would be a continuum of continuous energy exchange forming the time dilation of Einstein’s Relativity with energy slowing up the rate that time flow as a universal process of continuous creation. This can be visualized using the hyperbolic geometry with every point and every direction being relative to each other. We have here the hyperbolic plane that can represent the Universe and the time dilation of Einstein’s Relativity. The smaller the pattern gets the greater the contraction of space and time. It would take an infinite amount of energy to get to the edge of the Universe that is represented by the infinite nature of the pattern. With a little visualization you can imagine that whatever point represented you within the pattern would contract relative to your energy and momentum. An arc would expand relative to this energy and momentum giving the impression that you are in the centre, when in fact we can see that the edges of the plane is infinite.