posted on Sep, 26 2016 @ 01:25 PM
originally posted by: humanoidlord
wow i simply love your posts you indeed think like me
as i have said i believe in the interdimensional hypothesys
Well, my interpretation of "dimensions" includes both physical and spatial dimensions as well as cognitive and conceptual dimensions. I often use the
example of trying to imagine what "taxes" mean to a cat. We all agree that taxes is a real thing that exists, and we make strange symbols on bits of
paper that show it's real. But it means nothing to a cat other than seeing people stare at a computer screen and make scratches on paper.
Human beings are still animals, with a slight edge in intelligence over a cat. But we're smart enough to be able to reasonably assume that we are not
as smart as it is possible to be. That there could be other things out there -- perhaps artificial intelligences -- that could be 100 or 10,000 times
smarter than we are and that they're view of reality would be much different than ours. Same reality, but perceived and interpreted so differently
that we will never be able to make perfect sense of it. So we see "flying cars." Like a cat seeing a human scratch a pencil on a piece of paper and
that means "taxes" to them.
edit on 26-9-2016 by Blue Shift because: (no reason given)