Gravitational waves are caused by the loss of mass per unit time.

That is incorrect. Gravitational waves are caused by a time varying distribution of mass such as a binary star system where two stars are orbiting each other. There is certainly no "loss of mass per unit time" in cases but the distribution of mass does vary since the matter is accelerating. For a precise statement of the sources of gravitational waves please see:

http://www.ligo.org/science/GW-Sources.php This converts physical mass into dark energy and the universe expands.

That is incorrect as well. There is no known process for which mass cannot be converted into dark energy. Why did you think so?

The vibration of objects is a property such that you get vibrating gravitational fields which do have effects. It could be argued that these motions radiate the dot-waves over time.

I see you're still using a term that has no meaning in physics and for which you have constantly refused to define yourself. Would you care to define it for us or explain why you keep ignoring my request to do so? Or will you once again ignore this request and go on with business as usual?

An electron is composed of 5.75037E41 dot-waves as per my Dot-wave theory.

More nonsense given that you refuse to define what you mean by "dot-wave." People who refuse to define their terms are crackpots.

My work is mostly about writing the equations of the universe and the amount of dot-waves within it.

You haven't posted even one equation in this forum that I've see. Care to try now?

Most of my work is done in my sleep and my dreams. I wake up and write down the equations.

You can't expect us to take you seriously when you say things like that. It's very vague and could be taken to mean that you'd like people to think that the equation was impressive, complicated and physically meaningful when in fact, if you actually

*did* have such a dream, it might have been trivial such as y = ax + b. I'm not saying this to be rude whatsoever since I have no idea who you are. It's just that we get a lot of pretenders and wannabes who come in here putting on airs and trying to impress us.

The problem is that I have an engineering mind ...

I don't understand. What is that supposed to mean? Are you actually an engineer?

.. while we are dealing with multi-dimensional concepts.

So what? All of physics deals with multi-dimensional concepts. Even the kinematics that a freshman physics student takes has that.

However the basic equations of the universe are simple algebraic expressions.

That is completely false. E.g. Einstein's field equations, i.e. the equations which are used, among many other uses, to describe the shape and evolution of the universe are differential tensor equations.

I'm sure we ALL await your definition of this "dot-waves" that you keep talking about but consistently refuse to define.