Hello, everyone. I hope the day/evening finds you well.
I've come across some pretty fascinating and (frankly) very
interesting information that some of you may not be aware of yet, so I present it
simply as it is for community discussion and review. Aside from what I feel are some gaps in my own understanding of this material, I am leaning
towards the conclusions of this theory being valid for the most part.
I'll apologize ahead of time if this material has been submitted for discussion and review already by others here in the community.
A fellow by the name of Rob Bryanton has a fairly long-running series on YouTube called "Imagining the Tenth Dimension"
in which he attempts to correlate and condense most of the work being done in String
Theory into easy-to-understand chapters. The crux of the material he presents is a way to visualize and understand the theoretical Dimensions of
existence that most Physicists agree are
present in the greater "Omniverse". He describes the general conditions of each Dimension up to the
Tenth (starting with Dimension Zero, I believe) in a series of 10 to 15-minute videos.
There's far too much information to post here, so I'll summarize: As one increases the Dimension he/she is in, the more "freedom of action" one has
available to them. For example, the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Dimensions are degrees of freedom concerning Time, while the Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth
Dimensions are considered "The Realms of the Impossible" where thought dictates reality towards increasing degrees of scope and freedom (if I
understand the information he presents correctly, that is!)
. The Tenth Dimension is Energy and Information, and (according to Mr. Bryanton) one
would find themselves "kicked down" to the Ninth Dimension immediately since matter apparently cannot (or does not) exist there, just as energy cannot
(or does not) exist in Dimension Zero. Diametrically opposed, as it were.
It's an interesting and fascinating series, and I recommend that one allow themselves a couple of hours to watch the videos and provide your feedback
on the subject.
If you're familiar with this material, please discuss. I'm interested in what the community has to say about it.
[EDIT: Corrections of bad grammar.]
edit on 3-12-2012 by Kualros because: (no reason given)