My Hyperspace Theory; Part 1

Regulus Space Theory: Revision.

When we view the universe we see a vast system of open and closed values. This universe is of naturally quantified time and space with equitable forces that can be finite or infinite, all of which is part of a grand unified-verse that spans trillions upon trillions of light years across. We study the basic make up of as we see it, but we do not seem to think to study the space its self, the “empty” regions which apparently have nothing. Regulus Space Theory is an attempt to look at the basic value of empty space, to illustrate that the Universe is made up of not only particles of photons and muons and atoms, but its own fabric that isn’t measurable, even with the smallest known measures of quantum mechanics and current string theory.

Imagine if you will a single point in space, not a particle, not some object of mass, just a single point in space. A single infinitesimal (that is infinitely small) point in our universe. Much like a period (.) on a piece of paper. This point holds several properties in space. When viewed, it may appear flat, only two dimensional, but if you rotate about it or imagine it rotating, it then appears to be four dimensional. This means a singular point in space of nothing beyond an imaginary point placed there can be both two dimensional and four dimensional at the same time.

If a singular infinitesimal point can still maintain values of both four dimensions and two dimensions, and the universe is made up of infinite numbers of these infinitesimal points, the universe in and unto its self is both four dimensional and two dimensional. It is both Depthless and Depthful at the same time, a working physical paradox. If this is the case then there is more to space than meets the eye. The universe has structures that do not rely at all on particles and strings, and even, current standards on what the smallest things are, but are derived from the most basic make up of the universe, space.

If we were to break down the structures of that single point we could in fact pull this point apart, literally unfolding the spatial fabric.

Hyperspace, as defined by Regulus Space Theory.

Hyperspace, or extra space, has been used by science fiction writers for over sixty years now, some ideas becoming widely accepted among the genre’s fan base. Consequentially this idea has created new questions on how space works. Most of the basic ideas of hyperspace stem from the predicted number of dimensions in our universe by Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity and Cortical Space Theory. The basic concept being that there are compressed dimensions that interact with what we call “real” space even though we can not observe these dimensions. Einstein of course denied these possible dimensions assuming that it was far too complex and that his theory was wrong.

However in the process of developing R.S.T. the concept of hyperspace is often applied. The use of these extra dimensions to support the break down of space it’s self. R.S.T. then uses the principles that allow it to be both four dimensional and two dimensional at the same time to illustrate the significance of the seven extra dimensions that Einstein predicted.

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