posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 01:16 PM
It's not 2D. It's 5D, or 7D, or 9D, or 11D, depending on how you slice it with the technology available. But really, it is 1D, and it is
everywhere-D; even the zeroes are one, and the 1 is one, the 2 is one, the 3 is one, the 4 is one...etc.
So thinking that something part of all one were to look at itself. Lasers, looking at themselves. I think the researchers got the short science
stick of all the projects. Quantum teleportation already uses this. What they'll eventually tune into is something resembling the Mike Markum
experiment with a light disk, throw some objects through it, and watch them vanish only to reappear at a time or distance later according to how much
the lasers can slow down the transport and divert the mass through the speed of time on earth.
So then it is not if it is a multi-dimensional concept but why is it in a trailer at Illinois of all places? Considering it is also a time domain
experiment, wouldn't you want a location a little more permanent? Einstein's incongruity is E=mc^3 not ^2, only because the popular military
doesn't like it when mainstream public knows what's beyond the veils of reality. Okay I'm done with the dumb here, about as dumb as a 2D hologram.