What is the Nature of Space and Time? Answering the Big Physics Questions.

What is the nature of space and time? In the theory of relativity, space and time are treated as a single entity called spacetime. However, our understanding of the nature of spacetime is still incomplete. So what is the fundamental nature of spacetime, and how does it relate to other fundamental aspects of reality? The answer is this. All this is Self. Self has conceived itself so to perceive itself as differentiated so not to be by itself. The singular purpose of self love. Love meaning Companionship yes. But since Companionship is a rather lengthy word we may as well use the word Love. Love is a beautiful word. Now to return to the question at hand; the what- and why of spacetime. Spacetime is the result of self not wishing to be by it self. It could also be said that spacetime is the result of self-differentiation for the purpose of self-companionship i.e. love. Through the cosmological lens it could also be explained as follows. Spacetime emerged out of the initial singularity's unwillingness to be alone. It is why spacetime emerged simultaneously with the big bang. The big bang is but a synonym for self-differentiation or, as biology calls it, biodiversity. In the simplest of possible wordings? The meaning of life is love.
~ Wald Wassermann