As you seem to be so desperate for a response, ToR, here goes: You are right, in that it seems plausible given that noone is able to disprove your idea. It is also not a valid scientific theory - in that it can not be falsified. To have a chance of being falsified, this other entity would have to be measurable / observed. Until that time it remains as plausible as anything else that is immaterial, and logically consistent with something that doesn't exist. That doesn't mean it isn't plausible - but then an infinite things are plausible. So why should this be any better than those other infinite? So, just as it entirely possible that this Universe sits inside a jar on God's bookshelf, it is possible that you are right. However, it lacks credibility due to the very fact that it is logically akin to the non-existent and to the infinite other things for which there is no evidence. And as such your idea is not plausible.