posted on Jun, 29 2017 @ 11:44 AM
The term "interdimensional" is incorrect, stemming from popular theories of higher dimensions and their possible paranormal implications first
suggested about 1912 by Charles Howard Hinton
. What needs to be understood is that,
according to E8xE8' heterotic superstring theory (as first shown by Witten & Horava), there exist two space-time sheets perpendicular to the 10th
dimension of space predicted by supergravity theories. One is the 10-d space-time sheet inhabited by you and me and the rest of the physical universe.
The second, separated by a small gap whose size determines the size of the Newtonian gravitational constant, is another 10-d space-time sheet. It is
occupied by so-called shadow matter, which is invisible to observers in the other sheet because, as bosonic states of superstrings, photons belong to
a singlet representation of E8' and do not extend along this 10th spatial dimensions, which means that they cannot travel across the gap between the
two sheets. Similarly, any counterpart of light (should it exist) emitted by shadow matter cannot be detected by anything existing in the universe of
ordinary matter. Only gravity can travel between the two universes and exist in both because the graviton does not belong to a representation of
either E8 or E8'. Any denizen of the shadow matter universe composed of shadow matter superstrings would pass through a solid object belonging to the
universe familiar to us without detection. The question arises: under what conditions (if any) could an E8 or E8' heterotic superstring undergo a
virtual transition into a SO(32) heterotic superstring (the second type of heterotic superstring), which CAN travel across the gap and which then
changed, respectively, into an E8' or E8 superstring? If that happened, a shadow matter entity would become visible to someone in the ordinary matter
universe by emitting shadow matter photons that briefly turned into SO(32) superstrings that can traverse the dimensional gap, although only for as
long as this change of state lasted. In other words, assuming that superstrings exist, do they undergo something akin to neutrino oscillations, in
which heterotic superstrings of the two classes can change into each other, shadow matter photons turning briefly into ordinary matter photons,
thereby rendering visible objects that exist in the parallel shadow matter universe?.....
My point is not to indulge in speculation. It is to inform you that one of the implications of the heterotic superstring theory (known since about
1984) is that TWO universes exist side by side, one normally
invisible to the other.