So would this in theory have created a universe akin to fluidic space from ST:Voyager? LIke would the whole universe be composed of this? Or just clusters of matter of stars and planets like today?
Frankly i feel very stupid for asking this question and using that reference (always thought fluidic space was a dumb idea), but I admit in my non-astro-physicist mind this idea sounds compelling.
It's not a dumb idea or question and makes sense from a certain point of view.
If you have fluidic space that means that you don't have space. Literally. Everything is so jammed packed right next to each other that it phase changes to a liquid.
My understanding of gravity tells me that would inevitably create whirlpools of "liquid" being drawn into high concentrations of liquid being compressed more and more by gravity itself. Then you have dark matter which some how is responsible for pushing matter away from each other.
What would result from that seems to be a hell of lot more chaotic than fluidic space implies. There would be energy trying to push you in one direction while at the same time fly over towards another particle with a lot more influence than you see today.
I honestly have a hard time seeing how stars could be formed, much less planets, under liquid space conditions.