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Is Our Entire Universe An Atom In A Different Dimension?

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posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 11:30 PM
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Is it possible that our entire universe is just one of trillions and trillions of other atoms that make up a whole new dimension?

If size (like time and space) is relative, then if we are able to go well beyond our universe, would we be able to view it in a way that's similar to looking at the Earth from the moon? Just because the universe may seem unbelievably big to us, doesn't mean it's big to beings from another dimension. Perhaps to them, it is actually the size of an atom. For all we know, our universe could be an actual atom that is part of a blade of grass on a planet of another realm entirely...

The same thing can be said about things that are incredibly small. Take a nucleus of an atom for example. That nucleus can be cut into halves, then quarters, and eventually you can wind up with one millionth of a nucleus... yet that one millionth part of a nucleus itself can then be cut into halves, then quarters and so and so on... It never reaches a point of absolute nothingness.

Since size is relative, even the most gigantic stars in our universe are just tiny specs of light when you go out far enough.

Here is a video clip from "How The Universe Works" showing the size comparison of stars and galaxies...







So... what's beyond our universe?...




posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 11:38 PM
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I think it's unlikely.



posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 11:43 PM
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Yes?
Did I win?
There's no way to prove it as of yet, since all laws of physics seem to break down at about .000000000000001 seconds into the big bang. So there is not a provable mathematical model that can answer the question, yet.
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posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 11:45 PM
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Wow.
I feel so useless and tiny after watching that vdeo.
Thanks for sharing .



posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 11:48 PM
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Think of it this way, our universe is a very small box, in a giant warehouse, in a huge complex, in a big city, in a texas size, state in a enormous country, on a big planet, in a gigantic universe, that is in a small box, in a huge warehouse, in a enormous city..........Since we have no clue how and where the limits are, this could go on for infinity, there could possibly be trillions of universes as something has to be past any barriers. If the universe is round, it would be like millions of marbels in a big drum, but what is outside of the drum, and outside of that and so on and on...so many questions, what if God is just a sargent in a massive army???



posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 11:48 PM
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I think with everything that we are discovering about the universe, we can safely say that we are living in a fractal universe.
So then 'size' is simply a function of where you are in the fractal, it's all relative.
The word 'dimension' (from you title) could easily be applied here.
If we do live in a fractal & if 'our universe' was able to be viewed as an atom, then anything that was at the 'dimension' ,'scale' or 'level in the fractal' to be able to view our universe as an atom would be so far out of our comprehension in terms of the difference in scale it would be as if it really was in another dimension as viewed in the traditional view of dimensions.



posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 11:53 PM
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I get excited thinking about multiple dimensions and parallel universes.
The european Extreme light infrastructure project may help solve this issue.
They plan to build a death star like laser to pull apart space/time and try to find evidence of extra dimensions among other things. It will only fire for a nano second but that will be long enough to see what those ghost particles are upto. There was supposed to be one of the lasers built in the UK with the others placed thoughout europe.


www.extreme-light-infrastructure.eu...



posted on Feb, 9 2013 @ 11:56 PM
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I think those atom colliders are going to prove this theory correct one day



posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 12:00 AM
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And there is more. This is like the movie MIB or MIB2 or MIB3. Marble, locker, and I forget the third one. Disinfo? They feed it to us sheeps and we eat it like sheeps. Are they preparing us? Think about it.



posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 12:07 AM
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It's a cool thought. I ponder it often. However, physics seems to discount this. When we peer into atoms, we dont see solid objects. We see vibrating energy... or something like that. We have determines it is impossible to determine where the electrons will be at any moment. So a direct corrolation between say our solar system, or a galaxy and an atom seems unlikely.

Now if you go with the fractal reality theory, you could argue that energy and thus matter organmizes differently in the different dimension of size. This could create worlds and properties of matter that we never considered.

Just a thought. This doesnt mean that we arent part of something bigger, but that maybe that something bigger is nothing we could relate to. To take it a step farther in fractal terms, the "something bigger" could in turn be part of something even bigger that we could relate to.

As above, so it is below....
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posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 12:13 AM
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Originally posted by LeLeu
The european Extreme light infrastructure project may help solve this issue.
They plan to build a death star like laser to pull apart space/time and try to find evidence of extra dimensions among other things. It will only fire for a nano second but that will be long enough to see what those ghost particles are upto. There was supposed to be one of the lasers built in the UK with the others placed thoughout europe.



Whoa I had no idea that this project existed. I can't wait to hear about their findings. We can only hope that they aim the laser towards the homeworld of the Ewoks and end their little teddy bear civilization once and for all... Thank you for your post.



posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 12:19 AM
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I think it brings the question of whether life scales up with the size of the environments. Are those massive stars the same to other beings as ours is to us? Now that's one to stop and think about. They could come looking for where the wayward video signals were coming from in space and for scale differences, suck earth right into an engine intake without ever knowing it was there beyond dust, What a way to go, eh? An Industrial accident.


I wonder what those giants look like when they Nova, anyway?



posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 12:21 AM
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Originally posted by teslahowitzer
Think of it this way, our universe is a very small box, in a giant warehouse, in a huge complex, in a big city, in a texas size, state in a enormous country, on a big planet, in a gigantic universe, that is in a small box, in a huge warehouse, in a enormous city..........Since we have no clue how and where the limits are, this could go on for infinity, there could possibly be trillions of universes as something has to be past any barriers. If the universe is round, it would be like millions of marbels in a big drum, but what is outside of the drum, and outside of that and so on and on...so many questions, what if God is just a sargent in a massive army???

If you open your mind you would see how awesome God is... The alpha and omega!! open your eyes!!!!



posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 10:07 AM
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Here is another interesting video showing the scale of the universe. First it starts with humans and goes all the way down to the an(atom)y of an atom, then expands out...




posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 10:10 AM
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I think it is more likely that each sun is a nucleus and that the exoplanets are electrons/protons/neutrons.



posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 10:13 AM
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Really puts it in perspective....



posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 03:25 PM
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When I was about 6 - the implications of Horton Hears a Who simply blew my mind.
I would wonder is our universe so small we are suspended in a shoe box on somebodies closet shelf?
I'm practically an old woman now, but I still remember the crushingly huge thoughts about our reality.



posted on Feb, 14 2013 @ 01:17 AM
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I like the idea. I've always wondered the same thing.

But then how do we explain the supposed accelerating expansion of our universe?



posted on Feb, 14 2013 @ 01:20 AM
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would be interesting if it were true, but given how small atoms are compared to us and how far the next solar system is relative to us.. we will probably never find out.



posted on Feb, 14 2013 @ 02:19 AM
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I once had a conversation with a friend who speculated that we live inside an Orange pip, lol. Drives you nut's if you think about it too much.






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