The universe does NOT remain the same becauuse successive transitions of observer states correspond to transitions of states in 'the observed'. (Developmental Psychology 101 PIAGET). Observer and observed are inextricable.
Wiki on Piaget:
The four development stages are described in Piaget's theory as:
1. Sensorimotor stage: from birth to age two. The children experience the world through movement and their senses. During the sensorimotor stage children are extremely egocentric, meaning they cannot perceive the world from others' viewpoints. The sensorimotor stage is divided into six substages: . . .
2. Preoperational stage: Piaget's second stage, the pre-operational stage, starts when the child begins to learn to speak at age two and lasts up until the age of seven. During the pre-operational Stage of cognitive development, Piaget noted that children do not yet understand concrete logic and cannot mentally manipulate information. Children’s increase in playing and pretending takes place in this stage. However, the child still has trouble seeing things from different points of view. The children's play is mainly categorized by symbolic play and manipulating symbols. Such play is demonstrated by the idea of checkers being snacks, pieces of paper being plates, and a box being a table. Their observations of symbols exemplifies the idea of play with the absence of the actual objects involved. By observing sequences of play, Piaget was able to demonstrate that, towards the end of the second year, a qualitatively new kind of psychological functioning occurs, known as the Pre-operational Stage. . . .
3. Concrete operational stage: from ages seven to eleven. Children can now conserve and think logically (they understand reversibility) but are limited to what they can physically manipulate. They are no longer egocentric. During this stage, children become more aware of logic and conservation, topics previously foreign to them. Children also improve drastically with their classification skills
4. Formal operational stage: from age eleven to sixteen and onwards (development of abstract reasoning). Children develop abstract thought and can easily conserve and think logically in their mind. Abstract thought is newly present during this stage of development. Children are now able to think abstractly and utilize metacognition. Along with this, the children in the formal operational stage display more skills oriented towards problem solving, often in multiple steps.
It appears to me that you and the scientific community are stuck in phase 1 and 2 of Paget's theory of developmental stages.
Being adults (I am assuming you are one) that have experienced all four stages of Paget' theory of cognitive development, can we discuss what we are experiencing at that level of cognitive development instead? I would like to get beyond a 7 year old's level of cognitive thinking because mature people can conserve and think logically (they understand reversibility) even if they sometimes are limited to what they can physically manipulate. They are no longer egocentric. During this stage, people have become more aware of logic and conservation, topics previously foreign to them. We as adult people, also can improve drastically with our classification skills.
Plus, adults can develop abstract thought and can easily conserve and think logically in our minds. Abstract thought is present after this stage of development. Adults are able to think abstractly and utilize metacognition. Along with this, people in this formal operational stage display more skills oriented towards problem solving, often in multiple steps.
So, maybe the reason you and the scientific community cannot understand the 10 or more dimensional universe in a way that matches our experiences as, our senses help us to perceive them, is you are still egocentric (refusal to move to phase 3) and refuse to admit there is an author to all the information you are experiencing with a more objective view than yours. Which, is stopping from using your metacognition (which have would developed in stage 4) and would help you to understand how you and, more importantly, other
And, if you would recognize all mature and intelligent people think following a similar pattern, wouldn't it be a good idea to assume that pattern was followed by the person or people that created all the information you are experiencing as all the matter in the universe?