Is the Universe Finite?

Reference: Disturbance Theory


Einstein, in his lecture of January 27, 1921, GEOMETRY AND EXPERIENCE, made a case for the universe being finite. He uses the postulates of his theory of relativity to make his point. The Disturbance theory provides a much simpler reasoning for making the same point as follows.

Per the Disturbance theory, the whole universe may be described in terms of disturbance. Most of the disturbance may be described by the electromagnetic spectrum. The Disturbance theory adds “Emptiness” for zero frequency at the bottom of the spectrum. It also adds matter at the upper end of the spectrum beyond gamma range.

Space describes the dimensions of the electromagnetic field and matter. At zero frequency there is neither field nor matter; and no space either. There is only emptiness, which is absence of all substance. Space and time describe the dimensions of substance. They don’t exist in the absence of substance.

The universe consists of the disturbance spectrum that describes both field and matter. The core of the universe is made up of matter, and it is bounded by zero frequency of emptiness. The universe is, therefore, finite. Beyond the universe is emptiness of no matter, no field, no space, no time, and no awareness.


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