# New theory of the universe

• January 3rd, 2007, 07:04 AM
LeavingQuietly
New theory of the universe
So let's say that in the beginning there was nothing in form of an infinite dimensioned dot (since nothing has no boundries in any direction, since something infinitely small has no boundries). A such dot is made of smaller, (infinity - n)dimensional dots. 2^n of them, possibly. So if the overdimensional dots leaks underdimensional dots, then we sooner or later have this universe. So this universe is actualy a dot leak, and empty space is infact underdimensional dots/particles. In this theory I call the universe "the dotleak"

So the universe is an infinity dimensional dot that leaks underdimensional dots until there are only zero-dimensional dots left.
• January 3rd, 2007, 07:12 AM
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Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
So let's say that in the beginning there was nothing in form of an infinite dimensioned dot. A such dot is made of smaller, (infinity - n)dimensional dots. 2^n of them, possibly. So if the overdimensional dots leaks underdimensional dots, then we sooner or later have this universe. So this universe is actualy a dot leak, and empty space is infact underdimensional dots/particles. In this theory I call the universe "the dotleak"

So the universe is an infinity dimensional dot that leaks underdimensional dots until there are only one dimensional dots left.

Congratulations, you have defined the universe as 'nothing' now after a life's wasted work, I'm off to kill myself.
• January 3rd, 2007, 07:15 AM
LeavingQuietly
What I do understand is that it might certainly leak bakwards from time to time, and you never know if any dot can be called something else then infinity dimensional in itself (what bounds can it have if it is a dot?). In other words it is possible that every dot is a universe, and a universe can repeat sequences etc. Perhaps this happens, when the universe is zero dimensional dots.

And one thing I am certain of (once again) is that atleast one of the reasons why the dot is decaying, is that it can, since it keeps being a dot. Another reason is that the dotleak is not forced to have infinit dimensions, cause the direction of the nonexistent bounds does not have to exist by similar reason to that the bounds are non existent.
• January 3rd, 2007, 08:18 AM
LeavingQuietly
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Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
So let's say that in the beginning there was nothing in form of an infinite dimensioned dot. A such dot is made of smaller, (infinity - n)dimensional dots. 2^n of them, possibly. So if the overdimensional dots leaks underdimensional dots, then we sooner or later have this universe. So this universe is actualy a dot leak, and empty space is infact underdimensional dots/particles. In this theory I call the universe "the dotleak"

So the universe is an infinity dimensional dot that leaks underdimensional dots until there are only one dimensional dots left.

Congratulations, you have defined the universe as 'nothing' now after a life's wasted work, I'm off to kill myself.

I hope you're not serious :?:

You may discuss errors, you may discuss anything, infact i feel like discussing and it would be nice if someone found a flaw in this theory. You'll have credit for anything that everyone but yourself didn't think of, most likely.
• January 5th, 2007, 09:18 AM
Farsight
Hmmn, I'm not keen on "infinite", LeavingQuietly. It might be better if you started off with something simpler, like a four dimensional Universe of no extent somehow collapsing into one with extent in three dimensions. You could give an "flatlander" analogy, maybe using some hypothetical creatures that are in essence 2-dimensional living on the surface of a neutron star that suffers an asteroid impact.
• January 5th, 2007, 11:03 AM
LeavingQuietly
I can do that. Ok this is the deal: a dot is infinitely thin, so 2 dots in a row is also infinitely thin, why there is nothing saying that the multidimensional dot it all began with (4 in this case) can re order the dots internally to create a dot that has less dimensions then the first dot. Infact, even an infinitely slow movement of the dots given from the fact that the highdimensional particle has a free variable of dimensions depending on the dot's positions in them self and the other way around would still cause an imediate effect as a decay of dimensions, in the case that the dots due to this mentioned, moved. Since every dot moves, they would sooner or later form a 3 (or lower) dimensional mess that we can live in. I guess that the final decay would be 0 dimensional. I don't know what will happen then. I guess the dots will dissapear and it will start all over again. Cause the energy and momentum cannot be contained in something 0 dimensional

Right now we've got galaxies and solarsystems that are flat.

If it started on 4D, then the only dot there would decay into 3D, and then there would be 2 particles of space. There could have been more, but I wouldn't understand why because it's not needed.
• January 5th, 2007, 11:37 AM
I think this thread is a waste of 'time' even though it is psuedo science, it is clear that you have not thought it through, and it does not seem to offer any value to the forum, you are also modifying your 'theory' on the fly which is at best confusing. - Locked.

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