The Next Big Thing

Humans are constantly probing the existence of our reality.  The Higgs mechanism was verified by recently discovered particle interactions of the boson by the same name.  It wasn’t just a particle that gave masses to the masses – it validated the existence of just about everything else in the Standard Model.  Everything we are made of!  For some reason unknown however, the press seemed to coin this as the last great discovery.  If only they knew what is still going to be discovered!

After the findings were conformed the supercollider known as the Large Hadron Collider, or LHC, took a planned hiatus for a revamp and reboot.  In 2015 the LHC is expected to come back on line and blast away at much higher energies.  The energies used for the Higgs observations are referred to as weak scale, meaning particles affected by the weak force.  To probe for the elusive particle thought to comprise fundamental gravity, energies would have to be powerful enough for Planck scale.  Even with the upgrades, the LHC won’t reach near this scale.  But the energy level tested might just show us an entire new spectrum of particles.


One long sought particle is actually just as many particles that we have classified.  Superpartners, from Supersymmetry, are as of yet unseen doubles for every known particle in existence.  Can this solve the hierarchy problem?  Another test might just show how gravity can be explained weaker than the other 3 forces, as observed.  To explain gravity’s apparent weakness compared to electromagnetism, weak, and strong nuclear forces, a curved dimension was added to our current dimensions that allows for an exponential expansion of the gravitational energy away from our current 4D space-time.  On one end of this curved dimension, gravity is strong, yet on the other end where we just happen to be, gravity is much weaker.  Using this curved dimensional model, researchers may be able to see experimental evidence of a Kaluza-Klein (KK) particle that may be present within the weak scale energy.  This particle can come into existence very briefly when 2 gluons collide and then instantly decay to an electron and positron.  This one little particle named after 2 forerunners in multidimensional physics has the potential to validate a theory of gravity that explains the entire universe in terms of higher dimensions!

And why is that important?  I am proposing an underlying geometrical framework for a pre-Big Bang scenario in which curved extra dimensions are utilized.  This means an element of my proposal could be physically tested at the LHC as early as 2015.  I found that the universe has a larger structure, aka Omniverse, that produces the Big Bang on a warped surface.  On one side of this boundary, the universe is still just a singularity, but stable.  The other side is where the Big Bang happens – where we find ourselves.  Space unfolds itself along the warped boundary and projects our universe as a higher-dimensional hologram.  I hope to observe phenomena related to this structure by looking outward at the expansion of the universe and its curvature.  But looking inward in matter is another potential avenue to test parts of the model – if it is indeed found to be compatible with the warped geometry theory being tested. 

For more information about Grand Slam Theory of the Omniverse (the soon to be released book with my proposal) go to where you can download the free White Paper briefly explaining the model.  And don’t forget to follow Omniverse on fb.

Thank you for reading.  Everything we know about the universe is about to change!


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