posted on Jul, 20 2008 @ 01:53 PM
It's not as mind boggling as you might think, if you thought too deeply about it sometime.
Have you ever heard of fractals? Designs which repeat into infinity, and if you take one piece of the whole design, no matter how big or small, it
would contain the whole design. Our universe is like that. All universes are like that. Everything is like that. A rock in our dimension could be a
giant panda in another dimension, which could be a galaxy in another dimension, which could be another dimension within itself into infinity, as crazy
as that sounds. Think about it. We're all composed of little spheres that orbit each other, our solar system consists of globes orbiting a spherical
sun, the galaxy contains dots that orbit a central dot, and the universe is most likely the same thing at an even larger scale. In between shapes may
vary, but at each stage of repetition of the pattern, you get essentially the same design.
This is just our dimension, though. There are infinite possibilities. In order for someone to visually understand that, there's a specific design
I'm thinking of that could illustrate kind of how dimensions would look side by side.... but I can't think of the name. I've only gotten glimpses
of it, but it reminds me of those mirrored floral patterns you find on walls and furniture and stuff in Buddhist temples. Either way, those dimensions
are all interconnected as well, and if you took one piece of any dimension and zoomed inside it into infinity, the whole array of dimensions would
eventually be repeated.
I don't like the word frequency, because in the true sense of the universe, frequency would also be an illusion.