posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 05:50 PM
I've thought about it this way. It is sort of like harmonics, You strum the middle C string and high and low C will oscillate with it harmonically
due to air waves. If you strum the middle D string, high and low D will vibrate too. With, which I believe may be the case, infinite dimensions I
don't see why you might not have many intersecting Universes. Depending on what frequency you are tuned to determines the Universe you exist in and
experience.
Another way I have thought of it is sort of like the directions of vectors. Verticle is Time (90 degrees). Picture the Trigonometric Unit Circle,
the next set of (3) vectors are the dimensions (all 3D rotationally equivalent about the time axis[tetrahedron]), then come the vectors of matter
(possibly going off in mulitple Dimensions), then going towards horizontal (angle -> 0) you get entropic (EM) energies. As you get close to the
horizontal you probably get spin foam, vectors that are so tangental that they only interact with the Universe very minimally. Then you have all the
things below the horizontal, oblique angles to time, and therefore perhaps antithetical to time.
In any event would a slight shift in main/time access vector change one of the spacial dimensions to the new time vector, and shift the original time
vector to a spacial dimension? This also changing all of the vectors slightly. Taking it further is it possible that a universe is defined by it's
time vector and all other ancillary vectors operate in accordance with their relative variance/angle to it?
So depending on the particular orientation of the time vector, in potentially infinte dimensions, determines the Universe you experience.
PS. Sinobyte: That was Robert Oppenheimer quoting Shiva from the Bhagavad Gita