Hi Everyone. I'm new here. I was referred by Tesla. During my quest for a theory of everything I came across an interesting observation which I believe is a big clue. The Michelson Morley experiment was an interesting read. It uses the interference patterns generated by two separated lightbeams to indicate relative motion when the lightbeams are recombined. The thing I took note of, is that this experiment does show interference in the lightbeams when the entire apparatus is rotated. The experiment was also performed to measure the earth's rotation in space. The results reported no rotation. This tends to suggest there is a spatial reference frame that rotates with the earth. The only thing I don't like is the fact that a gyrocompass does suggest that the earth rotates in another reference frame that apparently does not rotate with the earth. Whether or not this other reference frame rotates with respect to the stars still remains to be shown. Two distinct reference frames in place about the earth. Now I have to ask myself the question: Are we looking at two different types of space? And that one question can generate a lot more. For instance: Are the dimensions of length the same in both types of space? Could time be reversed in one of the spaces? Are all four dimensions present in both spaces? Can pseudo dimensions be generated from the two spaces interacting? I do think this is the doorway as to where the other dimensions reside. Two different types of space seems like a reasonable assumption to me in light of existing observations.