The theory of everything – part 4

Important to the matter at hand is our understanding of what the ”black background” of space is when considering the concept of honesty and the reality of physical aspects.  To  presume something is not to prove something but will allow us understanding in the aim of discovering of what ”everything” is about.  We should take consideration for the first aspect of fundamental attributes in the later stages of conclusion.

What other aspects and attributes should we consider when considering a unification?  We need to consider and question what space itself contains?   Experimental observation shows clearly that space contains living things, planets, stars, galaxies, dust clouds, light, motion and even a suggested space-time.  The Universe contains billions of galaxies, each containing millions or billions of stars.   The Universe also contains unseen by the eye attributes such as gravity mechanism , energy, forces, cosmic background microwaves and some of the electromagnetic radiation frequencies, although experimentally by device some of these attributes can be detected.

Where can we start in presenting a theory of everything with so many attributes to consider?  One can assume with firm conviction that something is the case, that we can categorise the universe into two categories. An observed Universe and the unseen Universe, where as in one  or both of these categories is the answers to ”everything”.


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