Good question. So far, I mostly concentrating on deriving existing widely accepted theories in scope of model of my hypothesis. So, there are no any new numerical predictions for any phenomena, which differ from existing theories. However, from the hypothesis it is possible to see areas where such predictions will arise after full development of the hypothesis. The areas includes, but not limited to: * Origin of Universe. They theory allows to avoid singularity at beginning of Universe. * Cosmology. The hypothesis belongs to class of superdeterministic theories. It allows different areas of Universe interacts without exceeding maximum interaction speed. As result, homogenity of observed Universe on large scales may have different explanation. * Black hole singularities. * Possibly, some new quantum effects for particles with very low energy. As of now, best what the hypothesis allow - it allow to explain causality principle, fine tuning problem, maximum speed of interactions and related effects, gravity, much more simpler than SR and GR (but with same equations) and with less postulates. Accoring to Occam Razor, it is good argument in favor of the hypothesis.