Compressed Space

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First Referenced:

Our Final Acts (Part 5)

Additional References:

Our Final Acts (Part 6 and 7)

Compressed Space is a liquid form of physical space that results from compression in higher dimensions of a universe bubble by an external force. Compressed Space, while a liquid, is dry to the touch. Air-breathing lifeforms can drown if sufficient quantities of Compressed Space restricts airflow to the lungs.

As space is compressed, the mass and therefore the gravitational pull of the mass increases, resulting in ever increasing gravity in a reality affected by the compression. The eventual result of the increased gravitational pull is to eventually reduce all physical matter to degenerate matter in a fashion similar to a black hole, prior to actual singularities forming.


Appears as a grey, gloomy liquid which feels dry to the touch.