So as our universe expands in this lower dimension it draws in lower "dimensional space", acting like the water pouring into our universe causing "troughs in space" where the heavy old dimensional materials collect creating what we see (planets stars galaxies). And the old dimensional space (dark energies) creating a lattice, while the lower dimensional space fills the lattice. The old is the "skeleton web" of the new.
With this, i would expect there to be vortexs all over our universe where the lower dimensional space is rushing in or out.
There are super massive black holes filling the galaxy bubble, There are also atom size black holes filling our solar bubble, the larger the vortex the more lower dimensional space rushes in depositing larger amounts of higher dimensional particles causing star to form, but as we continue to expand the higher dimensioal materials become more dispersed, stars and galaxies form further apart , the rushing lower dimensional space causes the materials to swirl in these pockets,
The larger the "galaxy" or cluster of stars would mean there is a larger vortex or multiple vortexs (black holes) nearby. I also expect as our universe bubble expands the galaxy bubbles will start to shrink as dimensional space is evened out, "black holes" then reverse drawing "space -energies" to other areas of our universe bubble.
Voyager 1 should be reaching the edge of our solar bubble, i expect it to encounter higher amounts of incoming higher dimensional energies.
The technical term is "heliopause". And it has nothing to do with "incoming higher dimensional energies".
Recently hubble as done some more deep field imageing and i was thinking we might start seeing the edges of other "expanding universes" beginning to merge with our own.
Once you realise our universe is expanding in lower dimensional space, you realise the edges of our universe
Therein lies a significant problem. Modern cosmology simply doesn't recognize such a concept as "the edge of the universe". Until you are clear as to how the laws of physics as we know them applies to an "edge", no modern cosmologist would even bother with this.
must have vortexs(black holes) letting the lower dimensional space rush in, You realise galaxies formed when there was a higher concentration of higher dimensional materials, now we have expanded somewhat, there is less concentrate of higher dimensional materials, so less to deposit in troughs, This depositing is still going on, They are known as gamma ray bursts.
Black holes are the process to even the expanding universe, sometimes expelling sometimes consuming,
There is only one known way (more accurately one known theoretical way) that any black hole could be seen as expelling anything from inside its own event horizon. Care to hazard a guess as to what process that is?
This is why after a super nova the space is expanded and a black hole is formed to even out this bubble caused by the super nova explosion, would then mean that neaby (connected) black holes may eject some of these excess energies.
Which also then got me to thinking if all "matter and energies" came from a higher dimension we must then be higher dimensional beings living in this lower dimension which inturn means life came from the higher dimension and must then permeate dimensional space time and collect in the right "gravity wells" not to hot not to cold (earth). As it is said "what is above is below" http://www.themystica.com/...ica/articles/a/below_above.html.
Sometimes you first have to step outside to see the bigger picture. This is a tiny part of that bigger picture.