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This theory could lead to a great unification of vectors, as i see it, then we will understand the universe better. Basically, it takes each ingredient of the universe and puts them together into a 'cell' with eleven dimensions. This would lead us to understand the whole atom or whatever in all it's complexity. The problem is we cannot test it yet...
Now, if you want to teast this theory, you need to observe that there are actually eleven ingredients in the atomic structure, and that these only lie on the surface of our universe. If we were to keep looking downwards, we would keep seeing more little things in the mix of the atom. The thing now is to ask if what we work with is relevant. We think it is, what we work with gets us results, and basically we could not see it any other way than how we use it, basically.
Having eleven dimensions means it is could rather have eleven sides, like a dice. Each side would have a value on it, and then we could basically write our information onto each side, relating to gravity and the like. Seeing as how gravity is based on magnetism, we could say the graviton is polarised against that of the earth. That means that the earth has one pole and the mater has the other pole, or another pole. This means the magnetism comes from the centre of the earth, as if you pick up some earth and let go of it, it will be polarised to go back to the earth's surface.
Now, if you were to go into the earth and then observe how it is held together, you will see that the earth is held in place by the energy inside the earth, all coming towards the centre of the earth, so it is pulled there, holding earth together. How else could it work? All the earth would simply fly off and drift in space as the earth's core does not hold it together. But the heat is not the ingredient that holds the earth together, it is something else. On pluto the ice is held together by non heat based stuff, as it would be incredibly cold there. So, the earth is held together by a force where it pulls in towards itself and then means there is actually a pull force in the earth.
Observing the sun we can see that is pulls stuff inwards by gravitational pull, and exploded at some point leaving a reversed pull force. If something must explode first before it pulls, i call it an elastic force - imagine you pull the elastic as far apart as you can, then let go. The thing is, it is still pulling in, so these factors must be massive.
So, how does the earth pull the rock towards it? It would surely be bits of star that have also decided to pull inwards. these little bits of rock and gas are the planets we know today. That is just clearing up the graviton dilemma as best i can, but that is not essential to this thread.
Now, we have eleven instances of dimensions we work with. Seeing as how they can all be placed onto sides of a dice, we could roll the dice around to see what is on each side. But, there are not eleven dimensions! There are eleven sides. If we were to think of how many dimensions the dice has, there are only three, being relative to our world. If we were to then place these eleven dimensions into the dice, so that they overlap, then there are still only three dimensions, yet many strings inside the dice carrying information to opposite sides, adjacent sides, and the like.