As the universe expands, how does it expand? What do we call the space that houses the expanding universe?

Absolutely right asked, finally someone who can think, not just ask!

I interpret the question as: “Wheredoes space come from, where does it become less, what becomes more here in ouruniverse.” Yes, only in this way does the law of the preservation of energy require it.

Now the answer is: from the 4D plane, i.e. from the plane into which the other three dimensions were curved once.From the 4D plane, where it is waiting as an electromagnetic amount to become less, in order to be able to have a gravitational effect on the 3D plane, where it is now becoming more.


Yes people, as I now see, people are so link-resistant that I now attach the whole post here.This was probably too complex to serve ordinary souls as An Easter entertainment.

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Where does space come from, where does it become less, what becomes more here in our universe – expands?


Supplement of 22 April 2019:

Where does space come from, where is it less, what becomes more here in our universe – expands?

Few people see the problem.Because if I were to do something, the space would have to be larger and the gaps that had arisen should now be filled with something. Concretely, the room becomes less dense and this does not worry the normal viewer, but at some point there comes the emptiness. And “less dense” is then somewhat questionable in the room. What superimposes the emptiness closer to its own Where does what is not now come from? Is this a denser void?

So the substance has to come from somewhere and obviously stupid thoughts want to violate the law of the preservation of energy.Well, time and space do not have to stretch it is sufficient if space has more dimensions than we can currently grasp. So the answer is:

The space comes from the 4th dimension, i.e. from a 4D plane, the plane into which the three other dimensions are always curved.This is the plane where the set of three dimensions disguised as an electromagnetic set is waiting to become less to become more on the gravitational 3D plane. So that’s the law on the preservation of energy, what you take away here you have to put there. Nothing disappears, but things change their position. This is the effect of time on space 鈥?movement 鈥?the change of all possible positions in space.

The law on the preservation of energy is an extremely simple mechanism that connects all the relations in the space of things.It is the curvature of space, which I only understand when I divide the space into two planes. And only in this way, I can understand it, because the space is concretely four-dimensional. Therefore, I divide the room into two levels 3D/4D. Where the 3D plane is the one where the three place coordinates are curved into the 4th dimension and I simply consider everything from the 3D plane as a horizontal axis and draw it basically black. On the other hand, I consider the 4D plane as a vertical axis and draw it basically red. It now carries the curved portions of the 3D tracks, which I have sunk into the 4th dimension. This is not the usual 4th dimension of Einstein’s time dimension. No, the time dimension in the bonitistic coordinate system is only an index coordinate with an exclusively chrono-directional character, whereas here the 4th dimension always has a spatial character, the direction of which then determines the outside and the inside.

The curvature is related to a longitudinal deformation on a center, which spreads transversely on the 4D plane, which I then call amplitude as a measure of curvature.

Now this small image is a tiny photon and shows that every thing always marks its surrounding space by compressing that space or compressing that space.

longitudinal deforms with 1/r2 to the center shortens all routes. That spatial deformation of the environment then has a gravitational effect on the movement of other things on the 3D plane, but at the same time the 4D plane has a complementary effect, which we understand as electromagnetic.

So nothing has been added, but it is the same, only now the effect is rotated by 90掳, because every dimension is arranged orthogonally.This is also the reason for the longitudinal or transversal direction of effects. With the Einstein dimension of time, such a thing would not be taken for granted and certainly not logical, because the dimension of time does not suddenly suddenly get spatial properties.

So the two fields are now in the same place, but in different levels.Similarly, a chair stands on the same horizontal coordinates as another chair, which could be one floor higher. This means two new properties for the photon, i.e. both the gravitative and the electromagnetic effect.

Such a quantum of space is thus the elementary base particle of the universe, from which all matter can consist and can bear many names, such as photon, boson, gluon, quark, etc.

the whole list of fermions long.


So it explains the smallest of all things.Nevertheless, the question ultimately focused on the expansion of the universe. Well, that’s basically the same thing, because what applies to a photon also applies to a universe, because both have the same shape and function. And that doesn’t really extend anything, but it only moves elsewhere where the distances of the tracks are longer, because there is a point at which the signs turn and the expansion becomes a contraction. A contraction is the reverse case, where things are bent back into the 4D plane and this then begins in the center of the universe changing all the signs again as expansive behavior of the Big Bang scenario.

Now the question arises, what determines the MAX and MIN – How big is the smallest and largest radius of an object?Well, that doesn’t matter at all, because things have only one relationship, a relationship, to each other and no matter what dimensions that would be metric, it would all be proportionally in the same ratio as the flea under the microscope or the magnifying glass, the flea will not notice it. And it is precisely this relationship that is expressed with the constancy of the speed of light. And the many constants are only an unrecognized connection to that constant ratio of a circle to its radius.

Mathematically, this is no longer so easy for the layman to understand.But I can illustrate it graphically and every doubter can then understand for himself that a speed of light constant ratio function should be mathematically correct, especially for drawings, in order to visually produce the mathematical result. understandably as an animation.

First, in the animation that follows, I’ll show the behavior of a right-angled triangle to apply the Pythagoras.

The basic consideration is based on an isosceles triangle, the hypotenuse of which is always longer by the amount of .2. The reference hypotenuse refers to the 90掳 phase of the expansion of the universe, i.e. the ratio of the cathets of 1:1.

Then the length of the horizontal black cathete is changed, whereby the length of the hypotenuse is always held to the same length and thus the longer red cathete is calculated.This shows the complete behavior of a change in the radius of a sphere whose radius has been reduced by 2″ using the reduced plank constant. This is the yellow triangular surface shown to be the equivalent of the cut-out of the effect sphere at the top of the picture. This is the best way to show the speed of light constant effect of curvature of the black 3D plane into the red 4D plane.

Secondly, in the animation that follows, I show that such a speed of light can also be realized with a circle, whereby the temporal course of a motion can take quite unfamiliar forms.If you do not have much practice with such differential geometric perspectives then I recommend this link where you can reach any perspective with the mouse.From the circle to the helix to the cosine arc and the sine curve, you can realize everything that we ultimately consider to be a wave. Now, however, you will be able to grasp the particle/wave dualism of the 3D plane to the 4D level, which no one has been able to explain yet.

Furthermore, the expansion of the universe can be seen as vertical lines and the left standing blue wave indicates the current phase of expansion or compression.

Thus, the phase of the circular function of the universe determines the length of the radius of the objects and thus automatically the distribution of the sets in the two spatial planes.

In doing so, however, the innermost part is also pushed outwards and vice versa, which will cause us considerable problems in the presentation. But I can explain this quite simply and you quickly find out that you have met this often enough, as you recognize it e.g. at the magnetic field lines or the 90掳 shift from electric to magnetic effects. Usually this is shown as follows, whereyou cannot see the exchange from inside and outside.

The following image shows the distribution of the quantities in the 3D plane, which point in the direction of the center of a gravitational field of action, i.e. falling into the hole, inwardly inwardly in the 4D planes, and then come out running out.

Concretely mathematical, each constant energy value is a single vertical line, which is then curved into the 4D plane. The inner line in the center is the smallest and on the 4D level the largest. The scaling of the distance will follow a sine curve.

And as you can see now, both planes are shifted by 90掳 against each other, the entire width of the energy now seems to swing and the oscilloscope shows those planes as a sine curve.

As an animation, measured on an antenna, this looks like this:

The universe is therefore the final object, where the photon is the smallest object.

And that photon is just as constructed, but it moves. But where does the universe move? I think it’s moving in time.

How this works out can only be understood by looking at things in the innermost part of the universe, see in my blog , bonitistic geometry.

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