You are expecting me to give highly technical explanations which you can find more easily elsewhere at a level which suits yourself.
No, I am expecting you to show that this is more than just your opinion. You do not need to provide highly technical explanations, but you do
need to provide things to substantiate what you're saying here, not make excuses as to why you shouldn't have to.
This is what is being unified.
It includes Quantum Electrodynamics and Quantum Gravity to produce a quantum waveform for the universe.
This is nothing more than a restatement of what you already said, Foxy. Please do not mistake reiterating what you already claimed for providing support for those claims.
They did not exist before they were separate.
This is one of the statements you need to provide support for.
I think we have an underlying difference of context. If I am reading your ideas correctly, you are assuming a deterministic multiverse as background.
If that's what you think, then you are not reading my ideas correctly. I know better than to assume that a multiverse exists, deterministic or otherwise. However, I'm also not ruling it out (that is, assuming it doesn't exist). That would require me to claim knowledge I don't have and have no way of getting.
I am only assuming what we can see in our universe, even if the description is more complex.
Ah, here's a problem. We can't actually see past a certain point in our universe's timeline - 380,000 years after the Big Bang. We've extrapolated
backwards from that, sure, but it's not the same thing as being able to directly observe. In short, if you're taking anything into account that precedes that 380,000 year mark, then you most certainly are assuming things beyond what we can see in the universe. Not to mention the known problem with extrapolation - error.
Plus, when you get right down to it, once you get back to around 10-43
seconds, even extrapolation fails, leaving only speculation. Even abiding by Occam's razor, even being able to provide mathematical descriptions, gives no guarantee that the speculation will actually be correct. So while you can reasonably assert the possibility that things are as you say, it is not reasonable to say "it is this way". And given the nature of the problem, it's more than a little difficult to quantify just how probable it is.