Richard Feynman, the rewned physicist, in his book QED, after discussing an unusual aspect of quantum physics stated: .. . the more you see how strangely nature behaves, the harder it is to make a model that explains how even the simplest phemen actually works. So theoretical physics has given up on that. Don Wortzman hasn't. His ground breaking Gyroverse Theory, simply and convincingly validates the twelve-dimensional helical construction of the universe. This surprising construct is able to explain most of the strange phemena that have stymied the physics community for so long. It challenges and entertains while offering an understanding of how the universe actually works. The common mechanism of the seven forces of nature, including three unrecognized ones, are described. Contrary to appearances ne involve attraction; they all push rather than pull. The equivalence of the masses of gravity and inertia, a 300-year mystery, is solved. The big bang theory is described, without resorting to Inflation Theory. Additionally, particle spin, anti-matter, duality, quantum entanglement, n-simultaneity, and many other phemena are simply explained. Nevertheless, from the inside, where we reside, the entire three-dimensional universe is on the surface of a four-dimensional sphere expanding outwardly at the speed of light. It enlarges by driving into new territory, rather than by the stretching of empty space. Consequently, matter is t energy, but is mass in motion at speed of light. In short, the Gyroverse Theory combines quantum, relativity, and cosmology into a single unified theory.