With modern science, we know a great deal about our universe, its beginning, and eventual demise. But we don’t know what happens before the beginning, and we don’t know what is beyond the distance we can perceive. Due to the speed of light our field of view is limited. But we perceive the universe as endlessly expanding. Objects farther away are accelerated away from us. Space itself expands until the point where objects are no longer able to perceive other objects due to the distance between them. This is known as the event horizon of the universe – the point of no return.
The Big Freeze was coined for the end of the universe when we reach this event horizon. But is it the end? Maybe the end of our old view of the universe. The end of limited perception.
We currently know that although the universe is less than 14 billion years old, it spreads over 100 billion light years across due to the accelerating expansion. The trick is that only space expands – our atoms don’t and neither do galaxies. Relativity still rules over large structures, which are eventually consumed by massive black holes in the center of each galaxy. So matter condenses as space expands.
Eventually, even galaxy clusters will merge. As space expands and distance increases between these convergence points, a new kind of universe is formed.
Dark matter is part of all of our structures in this universe but it doesn’t behave the same as regular matter. It holds structures like galaxies together. It also forms a web within galaxy clusters and the universe as a whole that holds everything together and actually looks like neutrons in a brain! But as space expands and matter converges, it becomes the structure of the grid.
The grid is the universe beyond our perception. The universe outside of our universe. What is it? Galaxy clusters converge into points, or nodes of the grid. Dark matter stretches across the expanding space between the objects, forming one dimensional strings. The nodes and the strings create the structure outside of our perceived universe. What purpose would this have?
In biology, a cell wall – not its DNA – determine the cell’s identity. Perhaps our universe expands in such a way to build this grid around it. This surrounding grid creates the environment for all of the cell’s interior components while also being able to communicate with others and cooperate to create communities of cells. What does this mean for our universe? That is the question.
I have proposed a new model for the universe which explains the nature of the expansion of the universe. It also explains what happened before the Big Bang. My proposal provides a framework for the creation of the universe. The grid could be part of its structure that has yet to be observed.
Thank you for reading!
– Everything we know about the universe is about to change.