posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 02:40 PM
I'm not really sure if this thread should rather be referenced somewhere under ‘Science’, but I’m posting it here and will let the readers and
thread contributors decide for themselves. After all, this is a proudly free-thinking forum; one of the few left, and for which I am grateful.
I have been wondering for sometime now, and have finally decided to purge my head of it to you unwitting readers, why shouldn’t there be
We talk about time, space, and electromagnetism all travelling in waves. I believe that ‘universes’, or parallel dimensions, exist: and that they
exist as ‘waves’. Each parallel universe (or dimension) exists, for each individual, as the next ‘progression’ or ‘Decision Point’
[“DP”] in his/her existence as /he/she knows it.
For Example: Jane doesn’t know if she wants to go to the movies tonight. What are her choices?
1. She stays home.
a. She goes to bed.
b. She talks on the phone.
c. She takes a walk.
d. She surfs the net.
e. Etc., etc., etc.
2. She goes to the movies.
a. She buys popcorn and a soda.
b. She brings her own snacks.
c. She bumps into someone there that she does not like.
d. She meets her future husband and man of her dreams for the first time.
e. Etc., etc.,etc.
3. Etc., etc.,etc.
Do you see where I’m going here? Each and every decision that each and every individual makes each and every day opens a entirely new
universe of possibilities and probabilities into which we are all intertwined, making universes, or dimensions, that change on scales from
the most minute to infinite, undulating in wave form, always minutely progressive so as to be unrecognizable to the subject.
Let me ask you a question: You’re at a party and your closest friends and family are there to celebrate your birthday. As you are being toasted,
with all of the guests focused on you, you are asked a ‘Yes or No?’ question: ‘So, would you do it all over again?’
- How would your spouse react to you’re answer?
- How would your parents / relatives / friends react?
Don’t forget that each individual will have his/her own reaction which will help to shape his/her own relationship with you in the future.
Some will be appreciative, some will feel unappreciated, and some just won’t care. Either way, it has a bearing on your future interactions and
what will be your (and their) future reality. Each slight variation of the interactions of the entire group (and they with others, and
all of those with others, etc., etc., etc.) causes a minute change which, in turn, is a new universe or dimension.
Multiply the number of potential results of any and all potential decisions by the number of people potentially impacted (directly, indirectly,
current, and at all points in the future), and you have the potential number of universes/dimensions that can be created by answering a question as
simple as “Yes or No?’. The results are infinite in all cases, making the number of universes or dimensions infinite.
It’s staggering to me, that I can walk through an infinite number of universes/dimensions in going from my door to the store.