reply to post by getreadyalready
Are there extra dimensions? YES. Can we visualize or imagine them? Almost certainly NO. Our human mind can probably understand and visualize 1
more dimension, as it intersects with the 3 we know (plus time, but we don't visualize time.) Trying to comprehend anything beyond one additional
dimension would be impossible with our understanding of physical properties.
Ahh, nay nay so you say. I'll briefly explain to you another dimension and show you that it is quite possible to imagine yet another dimension. It
may cause slight mental problems by the time I'm done, but hey, all in the name of science.
We go throughout our days and never even think about how our actions may be influencing another unknown dimension. Or how another unknown dimension
is influencing us. Have you ever sat down next to a campfire and watched the flames dance hypnotically toward the sky? Have you found yourself
suddenly motionless and deeply entrenched in your own thoughts?
At this point there is nothing that is impossible inside your mind. Or is the condition you find yourself in during these times better explained by
nothingness? Your stuck in your motionless psychosis until drawn out of it by a deliberate action to do so from the third dimension.
We view our three dimensions as being linear and I cannot argue that this is the case. Length, width and depth all have a starting point and ending
point and are straight from what we can perceive. We define each of these three dimensions as being independent of one another when trying to define
them. We see how well these three dimensions coalesce with each other to bring us our reality as we know it in one defined dimension that we call the
When we fall into a daydream our eyes still behold this magnificent third dimension that we are in but we have deliberately let ourselves fall into
the spell like state of daydreaming. It is at this moment that another dimension is being accessed and considered.
Normally it's like we are riding in an enclosed boat on the ocean. The inside of our boat is the three dimensional world that we know so well but
the ocean that we are riding on cannot be seen by us unless we open a hatch and behold it. The hatch is found on occasion by everyone in the boat and
they have all beheld the ocean rushing by under them and fell under its trans like influence but the hatches are always closed relatively quickly and
when they are closed no one even brings to remembrance the ocean rushing by under them. They just get busy in their three dimensional world again.
I propose that when we daydream, we are opening a hatch into another dimension whose attributes cannot be described by using any geometrical shapes
that we know of. It is more like a warm, floating mass of lighter than air water that pours in through the open hatch and encompasses our whole body.
As our now rhythmic breathing draws this dimension into our lungs it is distributed throughout the inside of our body as well by means of our
arteries and veins and we surrender to it wholly as our mind explores its possibilities.
This my friends is the dimension that separates our three dimensions into observable components but holds them together at a defined interval. It is
the fabric that allows us to perceive all of our perceptual dimensions at the same time. When we are enveloped by this dimension that is undefinable
we have actually situated ourselves between length, width and depth and are now floating carelessly yet with purpose as we are automatically and
unknowingly maintaining the interval between the three dimensions yet engaging none of them.
The dimension can be traversed and explored further to obtain more information about its properties and boundaries, but I haven't been able to
maintain my position in it for very long. For if I could, I know I can find the outer edge of this dimension and pass into the dimension that
maintains the fog like dimension's boundaries.
That particular dimension can be described as more of a dark gelatinous solid that creates the space between the attoseconds that maintain our
perception of time. And when traversed, it compresses the entity into a finite particle and then decompresses it to its original geometrical design so
quickly that it is imperceptible to the observer of said entity. An attosecond is one quintillionth of a second and they are what sets the precedent
for our hours and months and so on.
So you see, there are two more dimensions. The space between our known dimensions that when happened upon creates nothingness and is undefinable by
geometry as it is fluid and moving. The second being the black gelatinous solid that maintains the fog like dimension's borders and also creates the
space between our attoseconds that eventually define our space time. The gelatinous solid cannot be defined mathematically either as no one actually
knows when they are happening upon it. Although I believe that deja vu can be attributed to traversing this dimension.