I was walking my dog lasat night thinking about the properties of much of what i see around me and the questions that we are making about a multitude of things..

A little thought came to me, all of the time we talk about light and electromagnetic waves in a 2 dimensional form (wave length and amplitude).. but we live in a 3 dimensional universe (or yada yada about the others) yet all our calculations retain these simple calculations.. Has there been any work in 3D universes to explain the motion of light and EM?

But it also started me thinking about the rubber sheet universe as described (i think) by Einstein. what if the fabric of the universe were just lots and lots and lots of n-particles (clever word i thought up for a 'nothing' particle

) which has the smallest possible mass (smaller than photons) and abhor energy, i.e. any energy they get they pass on as quickly as they could (i.e. speed of light) Thinking deeper into this, this explanation could describe inertia (resistance to changes in motion), wave form motion ('pulses' as waves) and all the other good stuff that I am far too stupid to even think about

(contraction and dilation). These n-particles could exists at every point of the universe and provide the 'leverage' for all energy interactions to occur. could these particles present an explanation for the dark matter that is missing from the universe?

I googled some thoughts, and found myself redirected to neutrino.. but I am far too unsure of myself to understand any of what was said about it (as it keeps talking about neutrino's with and without mass)

I wonder if there had been any thought into this?