Building a Map of the Universe
A Summary of How the Universe Works According to Universal Interaction Theory
A whole book is required to describe how the universe works in its most fundamental level and then, step by step, carefully reconstruct how those fundamental rules manifest themselves in the universe we observe. For that reason, the focus of this article is to introduce some of the conclusions without going into details on how they relate to one another. Those are also not the ultimate conclusions, nor are they completely set in stone as there is more data to integrate into the analysis.
A House of Mirrors With No Center
The universe, defined as everything that exists, has an absolute center, but that center is within every object in the universe, so there is no real "absolute" center. Every object in the universe is a reflection of the universe as a whole, including the universe itself. As such, if one is to put one object at the "center" of the universe, such as a pen, one can fit the whole universe either "inside" or "outside" of the object. When you look at any object, you can zoom in and see "inside" of it, with all the interactions that has happened since the beginning of time which, at this moment you are observing, culminating in the manifestation which you are perceiving at the moment you observe it. At the same time, everything outside the object is also interacting with it and thus, also shaping its form and function. For this reason, every object in the universe exists at the 4 dimensional boundary of the universe, and every other object in the universe relative to each object also exist in this boundary.
The whole universe that we see and experience is at the event horizon of the universe, both "together" and "separately". If you go deep within you, you will notice that you are made of cells, that those cells are made of molecules, all the way to atoms and the singularity. The singularity is the total expression of the universe, it has no size or energy and occupies no space or time. Everything is always a manifestation of the singularity, which is the whole cosmos undefined. Everything that has happened since the "beginning" of the universe can be traced through the continuum, "down" the time vector of every object in the universe. The same is true to everything outside you, all interactions which eventually culminated in the manifestation known as "you" in the moment of observation. Thus, each one of us is a complete manifestation of the entire cosmos.
There is nothing truly in between objects. Empty space is, by definition, undefined and thus "infinite". Of course there are smaller objects where we perceive space to be "empty", however you notice those smaller objects are also far away from one another when you look closely. And, in fact, the closer you look, the more space-time continuum you will find to fill, because the continuum doesn't have an actual size, what we know as size (and thus distance) is merely a manifestation of how we compare different objects within the continuum. Ultimately, there is no space, time, size or energy, because they are all merely manifestations of the definitions we make in order to perceive the universe, and not the universe itself. Everything in the universe is made up of different configurations of the continuum and, thus, everything is merely an arrangement of the continuum and a reflection of the singularity.
A Vast Interconnected Network of Interactions
The singularity is at the center of every object in the universe, in a vast interconnected network of Interactions that span the smallest to the largest objects. The universe starts at the singularity and ends back at the singularity, turning itself inside out. Dark matter is non-local, connecting the smallest parts of the universe to the largest. It's not a quantum object nor a relativistic object, it is both, because it extends from the smallest to the largest dimensions. Thus, dark matter can hold a galaxy together because it connects its smallest parts with the whole of the universe.
The universe is a black hole. Its surface is "4 dimensional" (according to current language), but its shape is a 5 dimensional sphere, when you take into account the dimension of size. The dimensions of the universe "unfold" from its center and thus, towards the "center" of the universe lies the smallest objects, and the smallest past, whereas at the borders in the event horizon, which we inhabit, lies the present and the planetary size we are familiar with, and at the other side lies larger dimensions, and the largest future, which is so far away that we perceive it in the past.
Dark energy expands the universe but dark matter creates an universal non local gravity which, together, keep the universe stable, coherent and connected. The end result is a stable universe that exists within the event horizon of its "black hole". Just like the surface of our 4 dimensional planet is 3 dimensional, the 4 dimensional surface of the universe approaches an infinite spacetime curvature, thus trapping light matter and energy within this layer. This is the reason why all light and matter are trapped within the universe.
When matter enters a black hole within the universe, it gets out of the black hole in the form of cosmic background radiation throughout the universe. Matter that falls in a black hole essentially becomes completely disentangled. The Hawking radiation and the CMB are essentially the same thing depending on which perspective you look from. Looking from outside a black hole you will perceive Hawking radiation, but looking from the inside out what you perceive it as the CMB. The "background" is the "floor" of the universe, Hawking Radiation is at the "top". This is why we see CMB equally spread out all over the "floor" of our universe, but we don't see any Hawking Radiation, but when we look at a black hole, we can "see" the Hawking Radiation, because we are looking from the "outside" of our universe. Each back hole in the universe is a perspective, a window, to the "top" of our universe, and when we look in and matter fall in, it's falling back inside our universe and coming back through the "floor".
It's important to note that all dimensions exist in all the universe, and they are all local. Each space-size location also have a time-energy location. For instance, you can go down the size vector and perceive smaller objects. Those smaller objects, like their counterparts in the higher size dimensions, are actually perceived in the past, because it takes time for the light that emanate from them to travel to our eyes and be perceived. That is not very apparent in cells, but it is quite apparent in the quantum level, which manifests as the wild oddities that we perceive in the quantum level, such as superposition and entanglement. Those quantum interactions are a reflection of what happens in the intergalactic level. If we were to perceive the intergalactic level from a higher point of view, we would see the same kinds of interactions that we see in the quantum level.
The Universe in an Astronomical Nutshell
There are no other universes. The "universe", by definition, is all that there is. Because every object has, in one perspective, in itself, the entire universe, then it follows that what we perceive around us is, in fact, what is known as the "multiverse". We essentially live in completely different "universes", from an inside-out perspective, but we live in the same "universe" from an outside-in perspective.
The universe, then, is an undefined singularity which, when perceived, manifests itself as the continuum of space, size, time and energy. The universe manifests itself at the event horizon of each object, where the "outside" of each object meets the "inside" of each object, connecting all the interactions of the past and the future, as well as all the smaller and lager interactions that creates the manifestation of each object.