In our universe if there are two objects that are moving relative to each other then each will see the other's length contracted in the direction of motion and it will see the others clocks running slower than its own clocks.
What if in a parallel universe the effect was reversed so that if there were two objects moving relative to each other they would each see the others length as being expanded in the direction of motion and each would see the others clock as running faster than its own? When two objects are moving at low velocities relative to each other the length expansion and speeding up of time are insignificant but at high velocities the length expansion and speeding up of time becomes significant. An object that is moving in this universe would appear to have less inertia from the reference frame of a stationary observer making it easier to accelerate.
Could this hypothetical universe have complex structures like stars and planets and atoms? Could this hypothetical universe support life?