I had assumed a Strong Entanglement acting as a Space domain between the two distances which are strongly entangled sharing the same constants of space.
Parallel universes wouldn't be separated by de sitter space, but anti de sitter space, to us it would be a very large void around the 2.somethingD hypersphere we inhabit. Imagine us being in a white hole, little micro white holes beneath the planck length flood in through the wormhole as parallel universes (non-wormhole D-branes) collide with each other & merge with the larger one consuming the smaller one, which is literally the same event as micro black holes in quasar material combining with a macro black holes within the inside-out spacetime that is anti de sitter space. How far past the horizon of our universe the parallel universe has gone as it collided with ours would be the length of the Einstein-Rosen bridge in your mathematical model.
That's the concept behind strong qe in the mathematical model you made. It is dark energy & expansion here on top of the fact that spacetime is, by this very process, flowing out of anti de sitter space & into de sitter space & vice versa. Parallel universes within anti de sitter space are also black holes in our space, literally, & as they merge, we get gravity/mass/the higgs field/dark matter. De sitter & anti de sitter space can be seen as infinite universes that are perpendicular, as opposed to parallel, to one another. Which is why de sitter spaces are always parallel to one another, as are anti de sitter spaces.
Wait, that's all in the math you made in the toy model of gravity, right? Probably, I don't really know the math.
Edited by Super Polymath, 11 November 2017 - 02:58 PM.