This is my conceptual idea/s for describing Space. Im looking for constructive criticism. I noted some basic premises that I hope explain my concepts. Im not a scientific writer and im sure that my ideas may not flow smoothly as a reader, this is a first draft after all. If you read all of this, then i will appreciate your thoughts and comments. Thanks. Note: This post has to be separated into 2 because of its size.

Part 1

Spatial Theorywith Balancing TheoryE_universe=1/F_space

Premises:

-The simplest idea that accounts for allobservations and experiments thus the most probable for universal truth.

i.e. (E=MC^2)

-The terms matter/energy are interchangeable.

-Laws of physical matter and energy must beinclusive of each other. Matter is energy in a different state.

Definitions as used:

-Entropy (E-universe) is describing the property ofmatter and energy to increase/stretch space; Achieving greatest separation;Polarization of space.

-Spatial epicenter-If you could put a sphere aroundall matter and energy in the universe, the spatial epicenter would exist nearthe center of the sphere. Most accurately described as taking 1 single atomoutside this sphere, the gravitational center of all remaining matter/energy inthe universe would have a pull on the single atom to this Spatial epicenter.

Spatial Theory is the inverse relationship asE_universe=1/F_space

-All detectable and undetectable matter/energyexists in the domain of space.

Key points of Spatial Theory

- The universe will never becompletely static. Change will always occur.

- The inverse relationshipof the entropy to the minimizing force of space does not describe a quantity ofthese values, only that they exist in a relationship of equal and opposingforces.

- Space will never reach itsabsolute minimum of zero, but the force of Spatial Minimization (maximumefficiency of Space) will always be towards this value.

- Entropy of the universewill expand space only to a finite amount.

-Total Space is neither aspecific value nor infinite value. The complete value of space is alwayschanging based on its existence with matter.

Space will always have an effecton matter/energy. Matter/energy will always have an effect on space.

Spatial TheoryMatter/energy:

-Theuniverse will never reach a value of zero for space (f-space) nor energy/matter(E-universe). Spatial theory can’texist with the Big-Bang theory. The trend in the data that supports a Big-Bang(increased rate of expansion; ‘universe cooling off’) relates to the point whena stronger F_space resulted in the shift to stronger entropic state. A shifttowards the extreme point of entropy would be the observed ‘cooling off’ as thevolume of finite space is increased.

-Matter/energyis inherently entropic and this universal entropy is inversely equal andopposing to the efficiency of Space. The smaller the Space (f-space), thegreater the universal entropy for a given definite quantity of matter/energy.

A largerSpace will yield lower total universal entropy (rate of increase). This meansthat the physics of the universe (i.e. gravity) are dependent on where theuniversal state of entropy and space exist. The equilibrium is not staticbecause change must and will always occur because the interaction between spaceand energy/matter which will always affect each other.

EXPANDED IDEAS:

Time:

-Time is not a fundamental dimension of theuniverse. Time is the observation of change (the rate of change in space and thereforetime will always proceed forward with regards to perspective. However it is areasonable assumption that if the rate of change in one part of space is slowerthan the relative rate of change in another, then the change in time will notbe observed to be same in both places. All time is relative to the currentobservable changes. A person at the boundaries of space would observe earthcircling the sun much faster with respect to his perspective of time. Timealways proceeds at a linear rate with respect to the observer, allowing for an increasedbent observation of time that proceeds at a different rate with respect to theobserver. However, a point in time (A) for both is still equidistant to anygiven point (B) in time. Time does not change the universe; The changes of theuniverse allow for the observation of time (change).

Space:

Space is maximized at its smallest value. Gravity isthe observation of space attempting to reach its smallest and thereby is mostefficient state. Spatial maximization (smallest value) is the equal and inverseopposing force of the entropic force matter/energy that pulls space away fromits maximization (its smallest state of zero).

Again, the total value of space will never reachzero because energy of the universe increases as space nears zero. Space is thephysical domain of all matter/energy. Matter doesn’t escape space, butenergy/matter may be created or consumed when space is expanded or compressed.

Probable mathematical value of space-The size of theuniverse can be measured by the maximum distance that light (emitted at 180degrees to the overall spatial epicenter plus its emission source distance fromthis epicenter) can reach before space returns the light (matter) back towardsthe spatial epicenter. It may even be possible that light emitted from a sourcethat is bent by the spatial epicenter may return to its origin giving a view ofthe dark side of the moon from earth, for example.

Light:

Wave properties of radiation are the observations ofspace as energy travels through space.

The theory that all matter/energy has an effect onspace and vice versa is key idea explanation for why space and energy willnever exist in a complete equilibrium nor completely remove each other:

** Change will always occur **

Without space, matter and energy would never slowdown. Matter and energy would continue to increase space, and this would be arun-away system of pure energy in its highest kinetic form. The mere existenceof energy in a lowered state as matter is the effect of space on energy.

All Energy has mass (and occupies the dimension ofspace) and therefore the dimension of Space (observed as properties of gravityi.e.) will have an increased observable effect on matter/energy as it travels throughincreased distances of space (observed as wave-like). Measurement of light in a'vacuum' still travels through space.

The most precise measurement of the speed of lightwould be the most accurate over the shortest distance.

light (the speed and ultimately its kinetic energy)traveling through space will continue to be reduced as it proceeds away from the spatial epicenter (like drag); increased as it proceeds towards the spatialepicenter. This will contribute to some of the red-shifting observed fromd istance sources.