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<p>Imagine looking out onto a clear sky at night or out into the vast
emptiness. There are sprinkles of light - stars, planets, etc made out of
matter - and just emptiness. Where does all this matter to create the
universe come from? What is all this emptiness or space?</p>
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<p>We have all heard about a 'Big Bang Theory' that created this
universe. Let us say that at moment 'm' the big bang happened and
everything that this universe is made out of started to expand outward as
a cloud after moment 'm'. So at the moment 'm1' we have something like a
hollow sphere with cloud around it rapidly expanding. At 'm2' we have yet
another bigger sphere. Eventually, the particles in the sphere started to
come together and started forming the universe as we know it today.</p>
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<p>Now if we go back to the exact moment the big bang happened, we can
grasp what happened after moment 'm'. But what was there before moment
'm'? There are many possibilities, there was probably matter, energy, and
vast space as we know it or there was nothing. Is it possible that there
was nothing before moment ‘m’? If we assume there was nothing before
moment 'm', does that mean there was no space either? So what exactly did
the big bang do? Did it create all the matter to create the universe and
the space for the universe to exist?</p>
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<p>Let us look at what everything in this universe is made of. We know
the smallest part of every chemical with all its properties is a
molecule. The molecules are made out of atoms of various elements. These
atoms do not show the same properties of the molecule from which it is
created. Again atoms are the smallest part of any element with all its
properties. Over and over we see that the word property has real
importance in quantum mechanics. Again, the atoms are made out of
particles with different properties. These particles are neutrons,
protons and electrons. Neutrons and electrons are made out of particles
known as Quarks, again which has different properties from neutrons and
protons. Now is it possible the quark can be made out of yet other
particles with different properties? The same can be applied for photons
also? What exactly is the space made out of? Let’s say if quarks,
leptons and photons are made out of particles with certain properties,
then is it safe to say that the space is opposite to that.</p>
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<p>Let us say we have a colorless transparent ball filled with colorless
transparent liquid in it. This ball contains another tiny ball in it with
a colored transparent liquid in it. The visible property between the
outer ball and the inner ball is the color of the liquid in it. If we
consider the inner ball as matter, is it possible the outer ball can be
seen as the opposite of inner ball or space. We know the outer ball is
not empty but its see through or undetectable while the inner ball is
easily detectable because it has a slightly different property. Now can
the space be made out of the same property as quarks but with a slightly
different property, so that it is not easily detectable?</p>
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<p>So if we assume that space is particles with different property from
particles made out of quarks, can the space also be made as the result of
the big bang? So can we also assume that there was no matter or non-
matter (space) before big bang? Our whole reality is made out of matter
and space. So what exactly did the big bang do, did it create our reality
(matter as well as space) as we know it or was it just a twist or a snap
which separated (converted) particles with the same level of property to
multiple level of properties, like a centrifuge separates one mixture to
multiple layers of mixtures.</p>
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<p>We know it is not possible to create something out of nothing. If we
assume there was nothing before big bang, is it possible for big bang to
create matter and space out of nothing or was it that the big bang did
not create anything at all but it just converted nothing to nothing with
two levels of certain properties.</p>
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<p>If we assume that the big bang created two levels of properties, is it
possible that the big bang could have made a third level of property or a
fourth or even many different levels of properties. In our reality we
have matter and space. Can there be other realities? Can there be another
reality which occupies the same physical space, area, region or what ever
you want to call it as our reality, but with a different level of
property at the same time. Though they occupy the same physical space, no
interaction is possible as their level of properties is different from
ours just like different channels made out of waves coexist in the same
cable without interacting with each other since they have different
frequency or wavelength, while waves with the same frequency do interact
with each other.</p>
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<p>If everything around us including space is made out of nothing but
properties, then does anything really exist at all or is it just an
illusion or virtual reality of particles such as quarks, electrons, etc,
which are made out of properties which do not have any other physical
properties such as mass, dimension, charge etc. The only thing real to
these properties is time. Different levels of properties create different
virtual realities.</p>
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<p>Since different realities can exist at the same space at the same
time, reality can be the 4th (or 1st) dimension and time is the 5th
dimension. Different realities in the same space-time completely
disregard other realities in the same space-time.</p>
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<p>Particles can not exist without space or vice-versa. To put it another
way, both space and particles are made out of the same properties but
with different levels of properties. Properties with the same levels can
interact with each other or properties with the same levels can be seen
as in the same dimension. Since there can be many different levels of
properties, it is possible to have many dimensions exist at the same
space-time. Particles in each dimension disregard particles from other
dimensions since they are made out of properties with different level. It
is the same for matter made out of these particles. Since matter from
different dimensions does not interact with each other, earth can be in
the middle of a 'sun like star' from another reality. We would have no
effect from that sun because the heat from that reality would only exist
in that reality. Heat is the excitement of electrons and it is
transferred through conduction, convection, and radiation. Conduction is
the transfer of heat between atoms through particle collision. Since
there is no collision between particles in different realities, transfer
of heat through conduction cannot occur. A similar argument can be
raised about heat transfer through convection also. Radiation is through
electromagnetic waves which consist of photons, which are also bound to
their own reality. The nuclear reaction in the sun also would have no
effect on us because the atoms, nucleus and energy from fission or fusion
would exist only in that reality.</p>
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<p>Interaction between realities can happen only by changing the level of
properties. So if the Big Bang made our universe, it must have happened
across multiple realities. The Big Bang must have created all these
realities existing in the same physical three dimensional space as our
universe at the same time. If we assume that there was nothing before Big
Bang and it is not possible to create all these realities from nothing,
then Big Bang did not create all these realities but just realigned
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<p>If we assume there was nothing before Big Bang, there is nothing after
Big Bang either because everything is made out of property without any
dimension (excluding time). Property is not a physical particle, which
has length, height or width. It is just a property like a frequency per
say. Property can interact with properties with the same level of
propertiness. Properties bind together to create quarks, leptons or
photons. A lone property does not have any mass, charge or any other
physical characteristics as we know it. By binding together as quarks,
leptons or photons in certain ways it emulates or virtualizes physical
properties such as mass, charges or gravity.</p>
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<p>Since property does not have any physical dimension it can not exist
in a physical world. So everything property makes through binding
together is through a virtual reality of sort but follows physical laws
as we know them. All the three-dimensional physical space or matter as we
know does not exist as it is. It is just a virtual reality made by the
illusion of the property. There is no end or edge to the universe but the
whole universe can be seen as contained in the tip of a pin. Since there
is no physical dimension for the property, the property does not exist
either. It is just a glitch.</p>
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