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  1. #1 The hypothesis of ones 
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    The hypothesis of ones - the universe as the flaw of nothingness

    We assume an infinite degree of dimensions, with an infinite amount of one dimensional particles on each position of each dimension. Particles on the zeroth dimension are what we would perceive as time, the rest of particles are spatial dimensions. Particles are attracted to a vacuum, positions not occupied by particles.

    We assume that a particle can move in a fixed set of three dimensions.
    Imagining a one dimensional universe with 4 particles and particle 2 were moved to position 5 particle 1 would move to position 2. Note that there is no concept of time, the particle would, in human terms, be instantly at position 2. As you may have noticed, this has similarities to gravity, and will be the main source of drive for gravity, time and the formation of practical particles.
    (a.) We assume that particles on the zeroth dimension are the only particles which cannot move in a three dimensional manner, the reason being explained that this is the sole dimension where a flaw or particle has been removed or misplaced. The problem arises what happens with its two partner dimensions. Assume the particles on the partner dimensions stay in equilibrium, thus do not move thus are not able to form practical particles (symmetry=0).
    (b.) We assume that particles on the zeroth dimension move in a three dimensional manner, but are symmetrical to the center.
    Rule of particle:
    1. Particles move to a neighboring vacant position (in their 3d realm), always.
    2. Particles can move on a fixed set of 3 dimensions.
    This is a proposal; it is in all probability wrong. The point of the rules is to point out that this smallest of particles follows a simple algorithm, insufficient data is at hand to say exactly what it is. At its ideal state the universe is broken down to a single dimensional particle occupying all positions of an infinite amount of dimensions infinitely big (disagrees with rule number 2).

    Before the big bang:
    We have an infinite amount of dimensions with an infinite amount of particles on each position in all dimensions. Because each particle has a neighbor, the particles will not jump. They are at a state of equilibrium, the physical symmetry equals zero.

    At the big bang:
    A particle is removed on a dimension. A chain reaction follows from the removal of the particle. The neighboring particles on the two partner dimensions jump to the vacant position. Now there are six vacant positions and the previously vacant position now holds six particles. Those six particles will move back to the six vacant positions. Each vacant position will have six more neighbors, these particles will jump to the vacant positions, and original six jumping particles will move back to their original position. This starts a chain reaction. Time is born, it spreads in a endlessly growing sphere. The loop is infinite. The amount of moved particles grows exponentially. When I think of this chain reaction , I think of it being a ripple in this particle-on-every-position universe.

    Time, is not considered a dimension but is created though the laws of the particles.

    Wadda ya think? =D some abstract thinking if you ask me!

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