1. Introduction

The „Theory of the relative reality and of the original reality“ deals with a formulation  of a reality that can be associated with the „Infinitesimal“ and, at the same time, with
the „infinite magnitude“.
This means: Reality becomes a mathematically recordable information structure. The Fact that it, therewith, not only reflects relative information contents but also original
ones is represented in a formula work – the World Formula – in this Thesis.
What does „infinitesimal“ mean, what does „infinite magnitude“ mean, and what does  „relative“ mean?
Mathematicians like Isaac NEWTON and Gottfried Wilhelm LEIBNIZ developed methods of formulating that what is the „infinitesimal“ already at the end of the 17th Century.
When doing so, LEIBNIZ made use of gradients of curved lines and NEWTON detected velocities of moving bodies to define limits and limit values.
Just as re the „infinitesimal“, there are mathematical explanations re „the infinite magnitude“ from the so-called „theory of sets“ as well. In the midst of the 19th Century, Georg CANTOR
developed the idea that there were „larger“ and „smaller“ infinities comparable with one another. But in his Theory, he, therewith, already excluded an existence of a „largest
infinity“ as a limiting factor.
The Theory Of Relativity by Albert EINSTEIN at the beginning of the 20th Century provided a mathematical formulation of how to establish, by means of known given physical odds (e. g. light
velocity), limits and limit values – i. e. a limiting factor – in conjunction with relativity.

The „Theory of the relative reality and of the original reality“ presented here and the World Formula resulting therefrom connect the mathematical dimensions of the „infinitesimal“ with the „infinite magnitude“. A world formula as such can only make sense when it not only relates to the realities
of this world of our own but, in addition thereto, is capable of establishing a relationship of our world to our universe and to the omniverse (= multiverse). It, hence, must be possible to combine the realities of our universe with the realities of all universes of the omniverse with regard to the contents thereof such that a sensible statement comprehensible to everybody will be arrived at. The „Theory of the relative reality and of the original reality“ including the World Formula resulting therefrom thus
ensures not only a determination and a definition of realities of our world (of our universe) but connects these realities with the realities of a multiverse and, in doing so, classifies our universe as being part of the omniverse!

If one considers reality to be exclusively a constant, defined dimension (reality, facts), then that reality defined in this way could, de facto, not be doubted and, thus, would exist.
But if one supposes that there are no limiting dimensions of constant nature – such as e. g. a „largest infinity“ acc to CANTOR -, then each reality will become a variable dimension.
If one relates e. g. such a hypothesis to a reality defined with units of measurement re its largeness/dimension, then this will mean: mass, time, energy, etc. become variable dimensions.
Question: How much variable can reality become?
Answer: Infinitely (∞) variable and, thus, relative.

This being so, relativity is defined as being an infinitely variable reality.