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Can objects slip through another dimension?

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posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 08:02 AM
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Originally posted by Nohup

Originally posted by evo80
you should research the idea, it is very interesting.


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.



Lol, you're wrong, dimensions exist, scientifically proven to. We live in the third dimension, but there isn't to say creatures couldn't live in the first, second, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth or eleventh.




posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 05:45 PM
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Wonder if they have pens in other diemensions


Seriously well some of you might find this boring or pathetic but around 30minutes ago i was grabing a pencil on my desk i look away for one second and i see a blue [i think] pen on my desk [i didnt see it there before] i put it back in my pencil case and there nothing else there...of course exept for my other blue pen which iam 100% positive that it was in the pencil holder at the time the other pen appeard.

It just seems a little wierd to me sry if thats a little of topic


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posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 01:50 AM
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that sure would frustrate me. I'd have to find my way into that portal because i want my daggone earring back.



posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 02:33 PM
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This is really strange! I saw this post (or a similiar one) sometime in the past month, and today I get this ups package from my mom (who recently sold our house) with a few letters from my deceased grandpa (30s-00).

This one letter is dated June 1996, and I quote,
"I don't even find it that strange anymore, finding misplaced objects, the frequency change on my radio, or just plain missing things. This is because lately, the inexplicable is happening frequently."

I can remember of a few times this past year that this has happened to me as well: fans/lights have turned on during strange hours, and just today the a/c said it was turned on, when i've had it off for the past 2 weeks!!



posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 03:33 PM
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Originally posted by Deus Ex Machina 42
We live in the third dimension


I'm sorry to have to destroy your theory, but we live in THREE dimensions.
Not only in the 3rd. That would make us one-dimensional

Or actually in FOUR dimensions, counting time.
We live in three dimensions, and experience time as if moving backwards, our view constantly facing towards things that have already happened. (future things being behind us -out of our sight- so to speak)



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 08:49 AM
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Not sure if you guys know this, but humans affect the matter around them. I remember reading an article on how looking through an electron microscope often affects the behavior of the particles being looked at. And what about spoon benders, and others with telekinetic abilites? I'm not talking about lifting a truck with your mind, but i have a friend who can spin a pencil (okay not fast, but a few inches) with her mind. I set the conditions to make sure it was real, and it was. she had nothing in/under her desk & nothing around her (she also didn't have pockets).

My theory on this is that we influence matter in a murphy's law like scenario. For example, i find that when i drop something & i can't find it, i often think "i better find this!" This thought could subconsciously "displace" the item, where maybe it isn't in another dimension, but in a void, stuck, until we unconsciously pull it out. When/if i find the item, it's often after i have given up trying to find it and is in a space i KNOW i looked in.

Also, if anybody gets the magazine Scientific American, there was an interesting article in the magazine as how quantum mechanics is not limited limited to the quantum level. Ex. Quantum entanglement & bonds between lovers/twins.

Anybody else have thoughts on this? I know this might sound crazy, but weirder things have happened in the world that we can't explain logically.



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 08:51 AM
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If burmuda triangle is taken at face value, then yes.. i would imagine so



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 08:56 AM
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i'm not saying my explanation applies 100% of the time. Only when other explanations do not add up

And i dont think the bermuda triangle is a part of this. Bermuda is from methane



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 09:05 AM
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I was under the impression that when these kinds of rips in time/space occur that the future inhabitants of those dimensions like to throw their useless junk or rubbish onto our world while keeping theirs cleaner by doing so.



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 09:19 AM
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Oh so its methane that makes people dissapear?

Im pointing clearly to the evidence that the burmuda triangle holds some 'paranormal' significance.



posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 10:27 AM
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i'm not supporting or denying it, i'm just saying that it's a POSSIBLE explanation



posted on Oct, 29 2009 @ 06:51 PM
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It's quite possible that there are tiny openings to other dimensions. The opening is mostly closed but sometimes it can be opened. There really isn't much knowledge on why it can be opened like that but sometimes it does break through and an invisble doorway is there. It happened to me once. I was in junior high like 6 or 7th grade. I dropped my DS right inside the closet door and left it there because I was too lazy to get it. A couple of days later I went to get it and it was gone. My mom swore that she hasn't touch a single thing in the closet and I never touched it either. I always stepped over it to get my clothes. I always made sure I didn't step on it or touch it one bit till I needed it.

So that day I bent down to pick it up to only see its gone. I ransacked my entire closet. I tore my clothes off the hangers and moved everything on the floor. I emptied my eniter closet and opened up boxes to check. There was nothing. My DS was no where.

To make sure I wasn't forgetting something, I checked my entire room, the living room, the bathroom, the kitchen, and every tiny crack in the house. It wasn't anywhere. Even after we moved out I couldn't find it. It just vanished....

It happened to my mom too. She placed an extra planner book on my book shelf and when I wanted it she said it was there ontop of the book shelf. I checked everywhere and it was no where to be seen. I saw it a couple of weeks ago but it just disappeared. Things have been disappearing lately and I've been finding things that I have no recollection of buying.

I would be seraching through a pile of boxes and find like a book that I never kenw I had or homework I never even did. It's like something disappears and something appears in its place.



posted on Nov, 3 2009 @ 05:04 AM
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Maybe the following applies?
You were too lazy to get your DS.
Basically you dismissed the DS from your mind.
Humans affect their environment.
We categorize everything in our surroundings.
Yesterday the tree stood there, so I expect it to stand there today, unless someone cut it down.
At the very least I expect to find a stump, or gaping hole.
In this chaotic mass-hallucination we call the universe, items we have organized in our memory have a tendency to stay around, and items we dismiss have a tendency to disappear. (?)
So If you just place stuff somewhere, but don't register where, then they 'fall' through the fabric of space into the endless void of nonexistence, only to be found sooner or later by you (if you re-registered them), or some other person in the past/future, etc...
Aah! So that is where my sparkplug ended up!


Maybe a new approach to organization helps?
I have no trouble finding stuff. It takes time, but if I know I have it, then I will find it.
I organize my stuff loosely, and keep it all in a big room.
So my stuff is somewhere in this diffuse cloud of 'possibly in that room' but at the same time i definitely know that it is. Somewhere in there.
But the moment something slips my mind, I fail to find it.

Though a Heisenberg-Uncertainty approach sounds wonderful, in my experience stuff just ends up hiding behind other stuff, or to have fallen into a precarious place that was not obvious the first (and 15th) time.
So physical reality still reigns.


Then again, maybe that's just me remembering, forcing the void to give my stuff back!



posted on Apr, 17 2010 @ 04:11 AM
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Well, I have another story... we have this chair, it's like a lazy boy chair, I call it the "black hole" chair because things dissappear in it and then later are found. So technically, I guess It's a blackhole/whitehole chair. Anyway, back when we bought the house it came with the house. So one day my kids lost something down the cushion, they were looking for it, don't recall what it was, anyway they find a set of house/car keys in the cushion. The prior owner to our house lives nearby and we found out they lost the keys there in that chair five years prior to selling us the place. They said they'd given up on ever finding those keys and related that they had in fact searched in the chair for them. Anyway, I don't recall if my kids ever found what they were looking for. Several years later my son lost his wallet in the chair with his 75 bucks in it. We all looked everywhere including me and him seperately reaching way down into the chair's cushion to see if it was there. No luck!!! Suddenly a week goes by and I can actually see an edge of the wallet sticking out of the cushion, of course I didn't really know what it was till I grabbed it to see what it was, it was his wallet with the money in it right there in view!!! You could've knocked me over with a feather!!!! Later on a few months down the road, my son lost his psp down that chair. I found it almost a year later right at the very top again after we all, since we know that chair loves to eat stuff, we all had dug waaaaaaay down in the cushion to no avail. Now I keep stuff covering the "hole" (the part of the cushion that's open) so as nothing else "slips" down it. I really wonder where these things went for the period of time they were gone? Obviously someone in another dimension needed those things I am just glad they returned my son's money.
Oddly enough the wallet returned on a Friday, and that's payday for normal people so maybe they needed the money and sent it back when they could replace the money? Truth is I was being very observant as well, to see if someone would slip it back into the house as we actually suspected a friend of his of stealing it, but he never put it there plus he was a kid and didn't work anyway, plus it appeared when I was home alone And was cleaning and when I first saw the chair I never saw anything sticking out of the cushion. I am thinking of one day selling the chair on ebay along with the picture I will give the description of "mysterious black hole chair for auction"!


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posted on Apr, 17 2010 @ 04:27 AM
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Could be a prominent compulsive desire to find a specific object, leading you to contemplate the portal aspect. Many of my memories on thoughts along this 'disappearance' thread are tagged to an obsessive commitment to finding the thing in question. The more intriguing among them were generally in the most simple of circumstances. No other person around, no cracks in floor etc... Yes I have seen this but find the real likelihood of a portal slim. I wouldn't bet on it, in other words. It is possible, of course, that a portal nabbed it, but more than this, it's a thing to be enjoyed as a mystery.

I lost keys while visiting a stranger, for the first time, at his place. There's only so much time one can allot when sharing time and space with a person other than oneself, so it was essential I locate the keys. Without them I was damned. It was a clean place. Simple design, and I had no trouble retracing my steps. The couch was searched, of course. They turned up under the cat. The portal thought did come to mind as I had no reason to mistrust the host.

Your button could have plopped in the toilet, between the lids etc. You ought to have checked the thing before giving up.

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posted on Apr, 17 2010 @ 04:33 AM
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Originally posted by davidmann
Could be a prominent compulsive desire to find a specific object, leading you to contemplate the portal aspect. Many of my memories on thoughts along this 'disappearance' thread are tagged to an obsessive commitment to finding the thing in question. The more intriguing among them were generally in the most simple of circumstances. No other person around, no cracks in floor etc... Yes I have seen this but find the real likelihood of a portal slim. I wouldn't bet on it, in other words. It is possible, of course, that a portal nabbed it, but more than this, it's a thing to be enjoyed as a mystery.

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This can't be applied to finding the ex owner of the house's keys can it? Cause we knew nothing about him missing them to begin with. However other than that, I do beleive that which you have stated can also happe, as I am very adept at doing this myself, but it's very real, directed energy and usually I persuade the thing to specifically pop up where I know it wasn't left at, to myself to prove in fact it was my concousness that made it reappear. I beleive strongly in the "observer" theory. I don't however think it's the only explanation. Of course it's my opinion, and isn't worth any money, but jsut saying.



posted on Apr, 17 2010 @ 04:40 AM
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I tried to drift away from your posting, and I recalled a vanishing act from a year or so ago, so I'll mention it. It was the pink lens cloth from a lens spray set. Damn thing just vanished! I didn't turn the place over looking for it, but I still expect it to pop up, in a natural way which makes sense w/o the portal aspect necessarily. A pink cloth, 5 inches square, ready to use right in front of you and *poof*...never seen again.

Are you still looking for the button?



posted on Apr, 17 2010 @ 04:47 AM
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Originally posted by davidmann
I tried to drift away from your posting, and I recalled a vanishing act from a year or so ago, so I'll mention it. It was the pink lens cloth from a lens spray set. Damn thing just vanished! I didn't turn the place over looking for it, but I still expect it to pop up, in a natural way which makes sense w/o the portal aspect necessarily. A pink cloth, 5 inches square, ready to use right in front of you and *poof*...never seen again.

Are you still looking for the button?



I'm not the one with the button. Well, you can make it reappear, what you do is meditate on it, concously see it where you want it to be, and direct your energy to making it materialize. It may take several times doing this and concentration has to be full. It does work.



posted on Apr, 17 2010 @ 04:58 AM
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I won't meditate on the missing cloth. It just isn't worth it. I understand the concept you advise. Typically I will locate a lost item by returning to the suspect place, after thinking about the location. It's those ones that happen right in front of you that cause wonder. It's a good trait to be thoughtful about these things, esp. if you are a mechanic working on aircraft. Only a cretin would surrender looking for a missing bolt when thus engaged.



posted on Apr, 17 2010 @ 05:05 AM
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that was a very nice and simple explanation of one of Castaneda's wishes for people- to learn how to "turn around" and face time as it comes towards us



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