posted on Feb, 25 2014 @ 10:48 AM
I am working on a longer explanation, but here is the short version. It all comes down to quantum mechanics and the fact that at that level everything
is a wave and a particle. It is the wave theory that we need to look at. The question is do quantum particles need to be at the same 'frequency' in
order to interact? I am going with the 'yes' assumption on this one.
Why is 'frequency' or resonance important. If quantum particles were at a different resonance they may not be able to interact with each other except
for very brief amounts of time (nanoseconds). So quantum particles that resonate at the same frequency can now produce electrons and protons to atoms
and on up the chain to matter. In other words, we reside at a specific quantum resonance. Now if there are quantum particles that reside at a
different 'frequency', they may not interact with our universe at all (kind of like radio stations). This may also explain dark matter as these
quantum particles create mass, just not at our 'frequency', therefore we cannot see dark matter as we are trying to measure it with machine from a
So why is all this important? To travel from one star to another, even if only a few light years away, would take an incredible amount of energy to
make the trip worthwhile. What if there were a way to interact with a different world but take far less energy. What if you could change your quantum
resonance to be able to be part of a different universe, a different dimension?
And this is how UFO's move. Or don't move. They just change their respective quantum resonance and shift dimensions.
Could not 'aliens' come from other 'Earths' rather than other worlds? After the Big Bang I would like to propose that many different quantum
dimensions were created. While they a basically the same, they are not exactly the same. Evolution may have taken different turns (i.e. no extinction
event for dinosaurs).
Then again, this is just another theory among many.
edit on 25-2-2014 by ObservingTheWorld because: Edited