In String Theory, is Space (the Universe, including the Multiverse) basically a grid pattern filled with points where each point is a string? If not, are there any other Universe theories that postulate the Universe being totally filled with points/particles (some dark, some not)? I ask because I'm interested in how our observation itself can effect the appearance of particles and I want to find the theory that most agrees with my own theory. I am not advancing an alternate theory in this forum. I am only describing my theory below to find out which formally proposed theory of the Universe is closest to mine. We can't always explain how a particle seemingly can be in two places at once, right? But what if the particle was already there? What if the basic particle of the Universe doesn't move? What if they are completely static and fixed in Space/Time and we only see or detect them because the energy moving through them happens to be on the same observational plane as we are? And we only don't see particles everywhere (at every point) because our senses are limited to only a small spectrum/fraction of detection? And any frequency ringing outside our observation or detection is part of one of the Multiverses. So, at the most basic level, the Universe is this tight grid of this basic particle that permeates every single point in Space/Time and therefore, at the most fundamental level equals a big fat Nothing? But because each point might ring at a different frequency and an observer is limited in their detection of those different frequencies, an observer can take shape and observe separate things. And energy particles, by their nature of being small and moving at the speed of light, have the ability to move between Multiverses, so sometimes we detect them and sometimes we don't? Sometimes they're there and sometimes they're not. Could the confusion and observational paradoxes that arise in Quantum Physics be explained because we are dealing with particles or energy that can exist on the cusp between Multiverses? That is, the nature of their smallness and structure combined with our limited plane of observation allows them to appear and disappear in and out of our slice of the Multiverse? Ultimately, is this in part what String Theory is proposing or do I have to look to another existing theory to find one more closely aligned to my description? Basically, I'm trying to find which theory comes closest to my suspicions on the structure of the Universe. Thanks for any help in this matter. I hope my poor terminology was not confusing to anyone but I'm glad I finally got that out. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!