posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 09:01 PM
reply to post by The GUT
However, when you look at the phenomena throughout history and strip it of the modern E.T. hypothesis, don't you think there's still room for
some form of the interdimensional theory?
A dimension is not a place or a space. It is simply a direction. If there are more dimensions than the three we are able to perceive with out senses,
every object that exists in three dimensions must exist in those other dimensions too. Everything from a kettle to a planet must exist in every
dimension there is. Nothing can exist in the ‘fifth dimension’ (or the fifty-fifth, if there was one) without existing in all the others as well,
and being perfectly visible and palpable in the three dimensions we know.
You are asking if certain UFO and alien phenomena are irruptions from some other arena of reality. No other such arenas are known to exist. We can
imagine they do, and populate them with aliens, ghosts, werewolves, demons, nine-dimensional angel-food cakes and just about anything else we like,
but that wouldn’t be a theory, would it? Just a fantasy.