As I write this, it may be possible that there are an infinite number of alternate selves writing similar threads. Being a Sci-Fi fan, I've seen the
theory of parallel universes riddled in many various shows and episodes. Perhaps disclosure is happening but it's something we've never
In current theories of physics we find that space, time and energy (aka mass) are inter-connected. We find that the mass can actually bend space-time
creating what we know of as gravity. To visualize this: think of a mattress top as our spacetime continuum. If we put a marble onto the mattress it
will leave a slight indent however if we put a bowling ball on the same mattress it will create a much larger indent. If you put the marble a few
inches away from the bowling ball the marble will likely roll towards the bowling ball. This indentation is a representation of the warpage of space
and time and how it creates an effect we know of as gravity. it's why the Moon's gravity is less than Earth's and Earth's gravity is less than
We also find that an accelerated (kinematic) mass can warp this spacetime in a similar manner and that increased warpage equates to increased mass,
gravity and time dilation. The best example for this concept of time dilation is our need to update the clocks on our satellites orbiting earth
consistently as their speed in relation to us creates this time dilation effect.
In grade school I remember picking up a book about ghosts. I was fascinated at the claims being made regarding different types of phenomena and my
curiosity continued into the fields of UFOs, Bigfoot, the Bermuda Triangle and so on. In one sense I consider myself to be a rational person. I
don't believe in anything without proof but I don't discount it either. When I was young I wanted to be theoretical physicist, I enjoyed reading
about Einstein and learning about relativity however my career path led me into another direction. My math skills are weak though, and as I recall so
were Albert's at one time... But two things we had in common were a strong sense of imagination and visualization.
And with the above being said let us create a thought experiment. We understand that a small moving or kinematic mass can create the same amount of
spacetime warpage as a large stationary mass relative to an observer. Now let us "upgrade" our mattress to one of those fancy water-bed
mattresses for the purpose of this thought experiment.
Now how can we create the waves we see above on our psuedo water-bed? Mass cannot simply be created with any means we know of and then vanish into
nothingness. This would have the effect of us throwing a pebble at our water-bed creating the circularly extending waves. Instead it is in our power
to take a relatively small mass and accelerate it to create the warp.
Being of limited means we humans devise a method of creating a warp but the warp is miniscule. Visually lets us see it as us slightly nudging the
water-bed with a pencil. To do this we build something that looks like a bicycle wheel. In the tire tube we have an charged mass such as plasma and
with enough energy we can accellerate this mass around the wheel. And so with a lot of power our plasma spins around this wheel at a very high speed
(yet small in relation to the speed of light) and we create our small warp in our pseudo water-bed.
But the warp is small and almost unnoticeable. How do we make it stronger? Well we use the concept of wave mechanics. Much like we do when we ride
on a swing. We push at the right moment and it causes us to go higher and higher.
And so we use computer models and highly accurate timings to create these pulses that gently poke at our water-bed over and over creating a larger and
yet larger spacetime wave effect. And now the big question:
What happens when we push too far and our pencil tip actually punctures the surface of our water bed?
Well this is where the multiverse concept comes into play. Conceptually our pencil tip is now inside the water-bed.
In actuality our pencil tip is now in an alternate universe.
It is my believe that the spacetime fabric has a psuedo water tension can be punctured with the right physics. It is also my belief that some of the
weird to very weird phenomena people claim (such as Bigfoot) are actually temporary glimpses into alternate universes. Possible earths where upright
hairy primates roam.
Most importantly, it is my belief that in our very near future our scientists will be exploring this realm of physics. Much like the atom smashers
we use today: we will eventually open a new field of study around breaking this spacetime water-tension using matter accelerated around a ring.
What will happen is that our bicycle wheel will be placed upright. A camera will then be placed on one end looking through the ring (where the spokes
and axle of our bicycle wheel are) and at the other end we will have something such as a sheet of paper with randomly created 1's and 0's or even a
mirror. As we pulse the plasma around the wheel on and off we will be creating our wave effect. We eventually will puncture spacetime and be peaking
into another universe:
One in which the 1's and 0's on the sheet of paper don't match our own. Or to put it simply: the corresponding image on the mirror shows us
bewilderd at our own reflection reacting and behaving differently. Perhaps wearing different clothing, being a different sex or being bologically
After these experiments prove this effect. The study into this field will move into intraversal travel. Ships that can warp spacetime. We will find
that the best methodology to attain this is by a saucer shaped vehicle. And we will furthermore find that:
a) UFO phenomena people report is usually intra-versal travelers from alternate Earths
b) The reason for the varying design of said UFOs is due to the varied differences between our multiverses