The vacuum energy problem is one of the most significant unsolved problems in quantum mechanics. The long list of unsolved problems in physics indicates that the Standard Model might need mending or be outright replaced. The above video highlights two problems with Einstein's relativity: 1, space in a vacuum is flat and 2, objects curve spacetime. The above video introduces a new physical worldview, which points toward the unification of quantum mechanics and general relativity. Dividing the universe with an information blocking horizon is congruent with the holographic principle, proposed by Leonard Susskind. Rethinking the basic structure of space might solve the above-mentioned contradictions in physics, and it obeys Mach's principle, explains gravity, and turns quantum mechanics into comprehensible and intuitive science.

**Heisenberg uncertainty principle:**

The video explains that the particle wave function and the spatial curvature changes remain related. Increasing speed correspond to higher frequencies and positive field curvature (space contrasts). This way location is more specific, but the velocity is uncertain. In contrast, lower frequencies correspond to smaller speed, but the negative curvature of space (which expands) leads to an uncertainty of location. This uncertainty reaches its climax in the poles.

**Vacuum energy**

Quantum mechanics tells us that vacuum if full of energy. In fact, vacuum energy remains one of the unsolved problems in physics. Watch the above video to learn why vacuum actually expands the universe by curving space into the fourth dimension.

**General relativity**

Einstein's general relativity tells us that the fabric of spacetime is curved within and around large gravitational objects, but it is flat in a vacuum (see image below). The Michelson–Morley experiment to find the presence and properties of ether in 1887 proved that there was no such substance, therefore no directional asymmetry in the universe. Because of this finding cosmos is considered isotropic. However, the conventional Michelson–Morley type experiments could never detect dimensional anisotropy. Instead, dimensional anisotropy would form exponentially increasing energy need of acceleration and the gravitational differences depending on the curvature of space.

Thus, the universe is infinite (due to the dimension increase of white holes), but it has finite boundaries (due to the dimension decrease of black holes). Moving with constant speed corresponds to a movement along latitude. Therefore it would bring one back to the starting point.

Massive object (such as a planet) curves spacetime according to general relativity. |

**Mach's principle:**

Dark energy (the universe expansion) does not have a good explanation. Although the expansion is far smaller than the calculations would suggest, four-dimensional white holes could expand the universe at an accelerating rate. Dimensional anisotropy also satisfies Mach's principle. Read the whole article or view it on Academia The above proposed structure also leads to a cosmological evolution via interaction that engenders consciousness. So we are organic, inalienable part of the universe.

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Copyright © 2017 by Eva Deli

Copyright © 2017 by Eva Deli