Can you please tell me how you calculated the radius and diameter and area and volume of the universe which no other Physicist has yet been able to?
Sure. I've calculated the radius (d = r * 2).
The universe is finite. As I said (according to my speculative calculations), the radius of the universe should be a minimum of 6.2 * 10^117 light-years. So, such an unimaginable volume of space would be necessary to balance the material part of the universe. Let’s take the radius of the observable part of the universe around 46 billion light-years, the mass of the observable universe (acc. to scientific data) amounting to 3.35 x 10^57 g and mass of photon (scientific approximation) equal to 4 x 10^-48 g. The calculation is carried out on the basis of the following proportions: 4.6 * 10^10 : 4 *10^-48 = x : 3.35 x 10^57. The result is approximately 6.2 * 10^116. We may speculate that there is a lighter fundamental brick of nature, hence the final result figures out a minimum of 6.2 * 10^117 light-years. If the materialized part of the universe spreads further then we can reach it with our observations, it probably resembles roughly a globular cluster, e.g. (it's a random example) M13 in Hercules. The difference in similarity between the galaxy and such a form of the universe (putting aside their structure) consists in lack of possibility to see “small universes” in other words “smallverses” (such a term has already been coined), because of distances between them exceeding feasibility of reaching each other by light. Thus we cannot exclude the likeliness, that there are more clusters resembling our bubble. Nonetheless, the universe is obviously one.
Volume = 4/3 πr^3 - radius is known.
And how are you able to predict the characteristics of a universe that existed before us?
No doubt, something happened some 14 billion years ago (if properly calculated - I think it might be more). As the idea of the Big Bang is irrational due to many reasons, I came to the conclusion that the materialised part of the universe was delivered by primordial, ether space, and not by its singularity state as nothing could exist without space. Moreover, there is no rational explanation of forces that were able to compress the matter to such a microscopic "point". I think the materialised part of the universe was born from an accidental condensation of primordial ether and that densified mass of which started to rotate and complicate their forms. The condensed ether of space initiated an avalanching creation of the simplest particles, which started to combine with themselves leading to the creation of the most simple element, hydrogen. There were created numberless, gigantic whirling hydrogen clouds of the mass equal to the present-day universe, leading to further evolution of various forms of matter. Summing up, the materialised part of the universe was formed not from original squeeze but accidental disorder in its "loose" structure. Obviously, the universe has no time point of its origin.
I had a dream that I was over the moon, but when I woke up, I was still down to earth