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originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: watchandwait410
If parallel universe exists, they may be only separated from our own by less than a millimeter.
What if somehow around areas of high magnetic intensity or specific geological makeup the barrier between dimensions becomes somewhat more pliable?
People could simply walk in and out of our universe without even realizing it dependent of course on how different there original dimension is from our own.
Just what ifs all the same.
This extra dimension could be separated from ours by a million trillion trillionth of a centimeter.
Is this a parallel yet inaccessible universe? It interacts with our dimensions only via gravity. And gravity is extremely weak. An elementary particle at ordinary energies exerts negligible gravitational force. But at the LHC, if this idea is right, we would see evidence of this extra dimension. Particles could carry momentum into the extra dimension, and that could actually be observable. Read more: www.smithsonianmag.com
originally posted by: Zrtst
I've listened to a few of his vids and interviews, and it is also mentioned often that a predator type semi- invisible entity has been "observed" by a number of witnesses that escaped their fate.
Now if we could just convince one to take Hillary...for the good of the planet.
"...could things exist in another dimension, in a borderline way, where they flicker in and out of our dimension?"