reply to post by bananasam
I vote for both. IMO the possibilities are endless; Quantum Physics would tend to agree with that.
Being interdimensional could create endless opportunities. Using that angle would promote the ideas of Star Trek, and their transporter room, or any
kind of tele transportation system...similar to Star Gate Atlantis.
It's highly speculated that the many different religions mentioning a 'fall of man' was in fact a dimensional fall. In other words we used to be
higher dimensional beings, and our 'fall' was through 'tampering' with the structure, or absolute fabric of space.
Some concepts you might find of interest to help you understand would be the Tesla coils. I believe they are ramping up the frequency, or cycle of
regular 60hz=cycles per second to around 400,000hz=cycles per second.
When we are electrocuted in our homes it is because we are exposed to 60hz. To be electrocuted you'd need to be the pathway of least resistent to
ground. In a house, 120 volts with less than 50 miliamps can kill you.
However, with a Tesla Coil producing 400,000hz the same electrical energy will pass right through you without a problem. The demonstrations, or
performances which are on tv from time to time is done with the Tesla Coil at around 1 MILLION volts. The high voltage is needed in order to have the
current arch across to ground.
The only issue is the heat. Due to the high frequency the electrical energy does NOT effect us at all. It's really amazing.
What I'm trying to point out here is there are many things which are out of our conscious level of perception, or reality.
Microwaves, radiowaves, X-rays, gamma rays, sound waves, light waves, etc are things which are not in our visual range of perception, or reality.
I hope the above makes a little 'sense'.
The only other example I can think of is when The Conquistador's came to the America's.
It is said that the indians could NOT SEE the ships right off shore. The conquistador's kept pointing to them, but still the Aztec's could not
The ideology behind the ships floating on top of the water was apparently beyond what the indians could percieve.
Interesting is all s&f