Ok ok. Let's breathe now. Is all good. No one is offended and, thank you for your warm and original welcome. It was ice-breaking, at least.
That said, let's start doing some good "pull marketing" ... (be sarcastic, enjoy the intellectual exchange)
Answering to exchemist, I'll try to explain what "The Interactive Space Theory" is.
Well... that might seems a paradox, but, in general, I don't know exactly what this "theory" is. I'm serious. Let's say that the Interactive Space is an experiment and the scope is to stimulate the readers' imagination to go behind the borders of the scientific knowledge and to find an answer (your own answer) to the question: "who I am?".
To do that, I've designed a path and some novel physics concepts. Objectively speaking, some of these concepts could be interesting for physicists (at least, I hope so) e.g. the cosmological dynamics from which the gravity could emerge. Other concepts, inspired to ancient Greeks philosopher, are very ambiguous instead (this is kind of intentional and no! I would not be able to say if those concepts are right or not. I'm serious. Sorry for that. :/ ) Anyway, for those rare cases for which I have an answer, I'm not going to tell you what is "science" and what is not. So, in this experiment, in the "Interactive Space Theory" framework, you will have to make your own interpretation. As Virgilio did with Dante, I only drive you till a certain point, after that, you will walk with your own feet.
I hope that now it will be more clear why this "theory" appears as a Sci-Scifi novel and not on peer-reviewed journal (where I usually see more science fiction than on Netflix). Anyway, I'm going to talk only about the dark side of this story: the theory.
So, please, accept my "disclaimer": from now on, pay attention and be prudent. I'm moving in between a shifting border (reality/imagination).
Then, going to the point, one of those main concepts I've designed is the non-Euclidean universe. The idea is very simple: distant objects do not look small. They are actually small. So, what is usually called "apparent diameter" is considered as the "actual diameter" and from this little assumption, a set of the hypothesis are derived (using logic/thought experiments) and all of them define the framework of the "Interactive Space Theory" (IST).
To be more precise, IST is based on quantum space and it's partially coherent with Mach's Principle and General Relativity as well. In addition, here, gravity is described as a non-fundamental force (and this is partially coherent with Erik Verlinde ideas ).
Of course, there is more... but I'm scared to lead to spoilers or to "subliminal marketing accuses" (like if I were selling cigarettes) : - D
 Verlinde, Erik. "On the Origin of Gravity and the Laws of Newton." Journal of High Energy Physics 2011.4 (2011): 29.