I'm not sure if anything I have to say here is new or unconsidered, but I think about these things to entertain myself, not for the future of
mankind. I'm simply expressing ideas that make sense to me in some way. And to be completely honest, I haven't read an "informative" book in
probably ten years. Personally I find the idea of static knowledge to be counterintuitive as knowledge is a thing that must change in order to be
relevant. And relevance is relative. Which is why I do it for fun. So anyone may feel free to tell me I'm an idiot. It won't hurt my
Originally posted by verbal kint
Here and elsewhere I have spouted that 'true' dimensions only occur at prime numbers and that at all other dimensional points are
This got me thinking about the real phenomenon of the brain manipulating time. Which I've experienced in real world circumstances. To present it
concisely I'll just say that I had a long fall, 25 to 30 feet. During the fall, time slowed to the point that I could barely perceive my own
movement and was able to focus on the details of my surroundings. I know this is a relatively common experience. Oddly what it got me to think about
was that the brain has no moving parts.
From here I begin to see time as a "fluid" and that perhaps the perception of time and it's passage is caused by moving through it, stretching it
along and making it appear to move. Thus a being in the fifth dimension would be "outside" the fluid, not moving it and therefore not stretching it
and so not creating time as we know it. I think the idea is interestingly demonstrated in a frozen object as it does not "age" as long as it
It would seem to also play into 3D reality since in order to measure depth, we have to move through it. The height and width of an object can be
measured from a single perspective, while to measure depth, at least accurately, we need multiple perspectives.
What this implies to me is that our perceptions of time and depth are based on the "filling" of the universe. So perhaps the idea of "prime
dimensions" has to do with the difference between dimensions of matter and dimensions of energy. Dimensional matter vibrates and creates patterns in
dimensional energy which gives us reality.
This seems to explain how travel to the "future" is possible while travel to the past is impossible, at least according to current science.
Basically it means the only time is now and it's passage is created literally by our moving through it. Actual time travel as it is currently
explained (speed of light) is really more of an illusion as it requires one to move physically, traveling through both space and time. But I don't
think this means time can't be transcended.
To here I would have to classify time as an unknown form of matter, or unproven as I'm sure dark matter and dark energy play a role. I've actually
been considering recently that decay is a result of collisions between dark matter and light matter, which would place dark matter in the role of
time. Here I make a reversal which seems a logical conclusion in a way. "Light energy" strikes "light matter" and is reflected. Dark matter, on
the other hand, strikes dark energy as is reflected. Perhaps this explains many things which become clearer as the properties of the involved
elements become more readily understood.