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Originally posted by All-Natural
I don't think it works that way If people who are to ascend suddenly disappeared, wouldn't we know of this?
People would notice if one of their friends suddenly "poofs" out of this dimension.
Ascension happens naturally, and I am ready when it happens. If its through death or through natural changes on Earth... it doesn't matter how it happens the point is, it will.
Originally posted by psychedeliack
hare krishna hare krishna krishna krishna hare hare hare rama hare rama rama rama hare hare
This thread reminds me of a saying that goes something like, "he who speaks does not know, he who knows, does not speak."
Originally posted by Mr Green
Forget about trying to find proof of other dimensions, frequencies, aliens, light ships, galactic federations .... all we need to do is raise our level of love.
By doing this simple thing all the answers to the above will come.
Furthermore there are only 3 dimensions that comprise of height, width and depth that perpetuate their own movement through universal laws such as gravity, electromagnetism, ferromagnetism, chemical reactions, etc. Time is not a force, it is the measurement of this motion as a result of these 3 dimensions interacting with one another that brings about constant change.
There are three conventional spatial dimensions: length (or depth), width, and height, often expressed as 'x', 'y' and 'z'. 'x' and 'y' axes appear on a plane Cartesian graph. In the 3rd dimension, typically a 'z' is used and is found in functions such as a "z-buffer" in computer graphics, for processing "depth" in imagery. The fourth dimension is often identified with time in physics, and as such is used to explain the non-Euclidean space-time used in Einstein's theories of special relativity and general relativity.
When a reference is used to four-dimensional coordinates, it is likely that what is referred to is the three spatial dimensions plus a time-line. In this case the space is sometimes called Poincaré space or Minkowski space or (3 + 1)-space.If 4 (or more) spatial dimensions are referred to, this should be stated at the outset, to avoid confusion with the more common notion that time is the Einsteinian fourth dimension.
In physics and mathematics, a sequence of N numbers can be understood to represent a location in an N-dimensional space. When N=5, one of these numbers is sometimes colloquially called the fifth dimension. This usage may occur in casual discussions about the fourth dimension. Abstract five-dimensional space occurs frequently in mathematics, and is a perfectly legitimate construct. Whether or not the real universe in which we live is somehow five-dimensional is a topic that is debated and explored in several branches of physics, including astrophysics and particle physics.