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Originally posted by banyan
I think that is stupid to suppose that, out of all these examples from genuine (innocent until proven guilty) whoevers across the world, it is as simple as just not looking in the right place for whatever object.
One afternoon I was copying programs using my old Commodore 64 computer in a room designated as the "computer room." The copy program had just instructed me to swap disks, and I remember taking the "original" disk out of the drive and laying it on the desk next to the keyboard. At that time, my mother called me out of the room and I went to see what she needed. Upon my return a few minutes later, I noticed that it was time for another disk swap. The disk was not where I had left it. I looked everywhere. I took all of the disks out of the disk file, looked under the desk - everywhere - and couldn't find it. I left the room, and came back, determined to retrace my steps. When I came back, the same result - nothing. I left again, saying to myself that "enough was enough." When I came back, my first impulse was to check the disk file again. I flipped down the first disk in the file - and there it was - backwards. At that instant, I felt an incredible feeling of dread and could swear that I heard a faint, but amused laugh
Originally posted by Nohup
Originally posted by Venusian12
I was wondering if objects can maybe slip through tiny wormhole like portals to other dimensions.
What other dimensions? You mean like the evil Star Trek dimension, where everybody is evil? Or the Phantom Zone, were we imprison our super villians? Or that dimension where everything is exactly the same except all the apples are blue?
I'm not aware of any other dimensions except those in science fiction that are used for social commentary, or the ones used by mathematicians to help make some tricky equations work.
Also, one of the reasons wormholes exist is because they are a particular size and mass. Really heavy and really small. They don't just pop up out of nowhere.
So I guess the answer is no.