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I've probably researched it more than you, and I've found it to be fantasy. No good evidence or proof of any such thing.
"Dimensions" like "God" is one of those words people use all the time but only have a vague idea what they're even talking about.
Originally posted by Snoggins
I don't believe in this. I think it can all be explained by inaccurate memory, or it hitting something and comflouging in, etc.. I mean there is much in the way of human error. I have had this happen to me, but jumping on it and calling it paranormal is just impulsive. Humans make mistakes.
Originally posted by callmedave
oh my god! im so glad i found this post, i had exactly the same thing happen to me. i gotta go get my (now ex) girlfriend to read this....
she looked at me like i was joking when i told her i'd dropped her christmas present and it had disappeared into an alternate dimension!!
see linda!! do you believe me now?
Originally posted by agnosticsceptic
Obviously it's impossible for things to slip into another dimension. There are thousands of more logical reasons why things dissapear.
Originally posted by Venusian12
I was wondering if objects can maybe slip through tiny wormhole like portals to other dimensions. I've had this problem happen to me and my family.
Originally posted by Keebie
DOP or Dopler Effect
- disappearing object phenomenon -
A relatively common phenomenon in which an object disappears from view and later inexplicably returns.
For example, a person puts their car keys on a kitchen counter, where they are always kept. When the person goes to get them, they are gone. A thorough search turns up nothing. Later, the keys are found on the counter where they were originally put (or some other obvious place. It's difficult to document a genuine DOP occurrence because people can be careless, simply misplace things or be forgetful. But there are many compelling stories from people who are certain they looked for the object in the place that it later appears. In some cases, people audibly call out for the object to be returned - and it is. In some rare cases, the missing object has actually been seen materializing out of thin air. It is also known as the "borrower" phenomenon.
It may be related to poltergeist phenomena.