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# FaTe model of hyperspace

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The FaTe Model of Hyperspace
By Shreyak Chakraborty(shreyak.rekshda@gmail.com)
Abstract
Most theories of extra dimensions lie in the depth of abstract mathematics.Therefore what we need is a more logical approach with elegant modeling.FaTe is a step in that direction.Before introducing the main concept of FaTe, I shall provide a few FaTe modelsthat describe D=11 hyperspace.
The Introduction
The FaTe model is a set of geometrical techniques used to describe the overallstructure of D=11 hyperspace. The FaTe uses both cuboidal as well as sphericaland elliptical geometries. Fate is mostly based on superstring theory, QED andQCD.

The Model
The overall structure of the universe is expressed as a collection of cuboidalstructures as shown in the first diagram. These cuboidal structures are FaTedescription of a given region. The cuboids represent dimensions joined by D3branes that allow selected information to pass through. There also exists a specialcompartment called Cosbow Plate and is expressed as a S3 space having equation
()

=[
]
()
For parallel D3 branes,
Dir (D3)1= +xDir (D3)2= -xSo, p(S3)= mv(S3)= x-x=0Therefore

=0
I.e. a S3 space brane has no mass
This space allows extra dimensional wormholes given as
(
)
,
[,,…..]={:0≤<∞}

Now for the universal structure, we consider structures like micelles formation insoaps. The cuboidal structures can be aligned to form a structure like theconcentric circle model shown in the 4
th
diagram.The small spherical model (4
th
) is a whole model of the universe described asconcentric circles and D3 brane boundaries. There is a singularity (possibly) inD=11 circle. This circle is formed by a fiber bunch located at a constant radiusfrom the singularity. Particles here are described as functions of the fibers.Another major concept is the use of golden ratios and logarithmic spirals in D>4.Every particle in D>4 exists on the spiral for the given dimension. We deduce thisby applying golden ratios to a grid of particle paths that can be assumed Euclidean

for a given region of space-time. We may input dark energy or gravity(even darkmatter) at any part or region of D=7 space.
Strings, Fibers and the use of Golden Ratios In Grids
This last section describes the technical and mathematical features of FaTe.When we examine 3
rd
and 4
th
diagram with non Euclidean geometry, we find thepresence of fibers in all D>0. These fibers are present for every point of D=11space-time. The fibers create strings that are considered as particles. On closeexamination of fibers, we take a grid formed of fibers where particles and forcefields interact. The grid surface is like the surface of water and allows combinedoscillations as surface waves and fluxes. When golden ratios are used on the grid,we say that the points lie on a logarithmic spiral that can be reversed to inputboth Dark matter and dark energy.We now define particle dynamics in D=11
We let,
()=



=


Δψ
Now, equation of a particle near the fiber field is defined as a function of the fiberPf=
4sec (

+)
So eq. of a particle in D=7 will be
=−ℎ
8
Δ4sec (

+)
The particle field equation is expressed differently from a fiber field. The particle field is theresult of a functional variance of fibers.
(Δ)
=[]=Δ
For d=0, we write
=
(
2
+
2
)


=Δ

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