Most expanations of the "Big Bang" describe the expansion of matter and space, but neglect to discuss the expansion of Time. If time is a dimension like space, it was not static, but expanded also. This changes our view of the universe significantly by not imagining time as being constantly flowing and pre-existing the Big Bang event.
To call any idea a "Theory of Everything" would seem to any student of physics and science to be very presumptuous and pretentious. I, myself was leery of the model that came to me one night, thinking it couldn't be that simple, until I began to see that the sheer simplicity of the idea is why so many previously mysterious, separate, pieces of the cosmology puzzle began to fit together. I ask the indulgence of any reader of this document, as it will only seem logical and plausible after all the pieces have been assembled.
I hope that, if the concepts I present here are not an accurate model for the universe, at least it will stimulate further thought in that direction. If however, it is a true and accurate model of the structure of the universe, then it would lay a foundation for new questions, new thoughts, and perhaps an entirely new concept of our place in this wondrous place we call "our" universe. The mathematics of this model may seem lacking to some as I believe this to be more a philosophical than mathematical construct, even though the very basis for understanding and proving the model is based on the mathematics of "multidimensional concepts". This model, much like Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, is based on the mathematics of others who preceded me in this field. It was the relativistic equations of Einstein that convinced me finally that I was on the right track.
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