The following was first written in March 2019 to show that the Universe is a sphere made of spheres, This goes down to one sphere. This proposal starts with one sphere and builds to our universe. It is assumed that our universe is part of a multiverse, which is part of a group of multiverses.

Granular Spacetime Sphere Theory predicts that our universe is a sphere made of spheres. This theory is taken down to its roots and shows that the universe starts with what could be labeled a quasi-point particle and builds it up to a multiverse. The theory can now be used to predict a gravitational constant of This is in line with the low sigma measurements of [6][6] [7] and the UZur-06 measurement of

This value obtained in this paper affirms the values shown in the Nature Article “Measurements of the gravitational constant using two independent methods” and it affirms that there really was no big bang and the universe is actually rotating and the size is limited by the outer edge not being able to move faster than the speed of light.

2.0 Calculations

If one starts with a point and call this point one, it would in a sense, be a zero-dimensional spot. If this spot were spinning it would have an angular momentum. One finds that the angular momentum in quantum physics to be as follows.

[1]

If we square both sides of the Equation 1, we end up with

[2]

If we say that the original value of s is 1, which is our point there is no spin that can be associated with one point since there is no reference to a difference. Therefor spin only makes sense when there are two particles. Note that two particles make a line and thus we have a one dimensional object.

When s=1 then a dimensionless number. If this value of and we substitute

[3]

this new value of into equation 2 then we obtain a new value of

this value of could be a 6-sided ring with a particle in the middle for a total of 7 particles and therefore be a unit two-dimensional object.

If we take this equation 2 and substitute the value of

[4]

this new value of into equation 2 then we obtain a new value of

this value of could be a 42-piece exterior to a cuboctahedron packed spheres with a total of 55 spheres or particles and therefore be a unit three-dimensional object.

At this point it appears that there is, in a sense, a phase change. Instead of continuing to be packed perfectly these points are packed into a spherical structure being constrained by a gravitational field, yet wanting to be packed efficiently as cuboctahedrons.

It was shown in “The Holographic Principle and How can the Particles and Universe be Modeled as a Hollow Sphere”[1] that when packing spheres into a spherical structure that the amount of discontinuities made would be equivalent to the amount of spheres on the outer layer of the sphere. The equation for this.

[5]

Which is very close to the equation 1 for the angular spin momentum squared of a quantum particle. This seems unlikely to be a coincidence.