I was watching a show the other night about this, I think on the history channel, and they went even beyond string theory. They said that the universe
has 11 dimension and makes up what is sort of like a skin or membrane.
So it is the M theory now that everyone is concerned with.
So anyway, I was thinking, we all make up part of this membrane or skin.
So what is this skin then? What if it actually has a consciousness of it's own?
They explained the big bang as two surfaces of the membrane with void in between. Then the two surfaces, both of them rippling, touched one another,
and this created the big bang. The result is all the universe expanding out to fill the void that was once between the two rippling membranes of other
Anyway, they say this could be happening all over, creating multiverses. When any two surfaces touch with a void in the middle, they create a universe
within the void in the middle.
So it is like the skin of one bubble touching the skin of another bubble. Everything that exists to us, exists in the tiny new space between.
It sounds really weird to me. And believing this requires faith. No one can see the edge of the universe, to see if there is another membrane there.
No one can see any of this, yet they firmly believe it is true. So doesn't this require just as much faith to believe as a religious belief?
Anyway, if I want to call the two membranes that rubbed together God's hands, I will. Either it is an unthinking thing rubbing together on itself,
creating everything without a purpose, or maybe this was all meant to be. I'd rather believe that we have a purpose. Even if science can explain how
all the matter got here, they can't explain how it developed self awareness. If we are simply matter with self awareness, it still should mean
We are the universe learning about itself. It stands to reason that there is a purpose for this, and that there is an ultimate truth to learn.
I am fascinated by it all. I don't really understand it all, but I think the universe is beautiful.
Doesn't the cone nebula look beautiful?
It sort of looks like a figure of someone praying or meditating, and creating stars out of the head.
Maybe one day we will be one with the universe, and we will do this.