fredreload wrote:

So Fred is trying to theorize the structure of space time. A non repeating unit of shape created in 3 dimensions. If someone could theorize this then he/she really is a genius. Without looking through a microscope, alone.

To correct your post, spacetime is not calculated or theorized in 3 dimensions; it is a 4D concept with Einstein's Relativity using a Minkowski space type structure....which is 4 dimensional. Minkowski wrote his paper on spacetime in 1908.

It is also hard to grasp spacetime without understanding General Relativity which is what actually gives curvature to spacetime...meaning that both space and time can bend. This has important implications to most things. You can understand a lot about spacetime without looking through a microscope. Telescopes on the other hand are different. It is one thing to mathematically prove something, but another to observe the mathematical predictions. The reason solar eclipses are partially famous is because Einstein used one to prove that light bends around objects thanks to gravity. It's also thanks to gravity and the bending of spacetime that we can see a super cluster of galaxies distort spacetime with our own eyes - this effect being called gravitational lensing.

Do you see the blueish streak that looks kind of like a blob in the above picture? That is a galaxy 5 million light years behind this coma cluster. The reason it is distorted a bit in shape and streaking and the reason it is even visible at all since it is behind these large cluster of galaxies is because the spacetime is bent around these coma clusters allowing the light from that galaxy to reach us.

But yes I agree, one has to be beyond the average person to have a rigorous understanding of such complicated fields in the modern world. For good insight I recommend a good youtube lecture from a friend of mine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NWVMEW6V2w