posted on May, 25 2012 @ 09:09 AM
First I'd like to say, bear with me here! I can see fully in my mind how this theory works perfectly, and is in fact very simple, but I have never
been scientifically minded and I'm going on more of a gut feeling than anything. If anyone can disprove my theory, by all means do so. I'm here for
intelligent debate, not childish bullying.
Let me start with how I came to this conclusion. It's a combination of abstract spirituality and concrete facts they shoved down our throats in grade
school. I have had multiple sensations during my ten years of devout meditation, in which I felt as if I was being shot at high speeds into a higher
world. We all know about g-forces; that sensation you get of being pulled back in your seat as an airplanes accelerates for take-off. That sensation
describes what I have felt in my meditations perfectly. I always dismissed it as something that could never be explained; in fact, it's
counterproductive to dwell too much on higher experiences. The higher worlds and our logical minds are like oil and water... so I let it go, until in
an instant I put two and two together so perfectly that it seemed to be automatic, and required no thought until afterwards when I tried to comprehend
my own realization.
My husband is a speed junkie. No, not that kind of speed silly! I'm talking about the kind with a motor that usually requires an ungodly amount of
fossil fuels to get your fix. Yes, that kind of speed. Anyway, yesterday he was watching a show, most likely on the Speed channel, and at some point
it talked about fighter pilots and the g-forces they experience. My mind started working and it reminded me that g-force is simply a form of gravity.
Yep, I knew that!
That's when it hit me. Perhaps the most basic laws of gravity are not a result of mass, as many scientists will tell you, but of speed. Imagine the
Earth expanding out in all directions at such a speed that we are being 'pushed back in our seats'. Yes, I know many of you will tell me the Earth
has been the same size, at least as far as human history is concerned, and have the numbers to back it up. Now, take into account higher dimensions.
We cannot perceive them with our human senses, but scientifically, they exist, are all around us and make up the very world we live in. If anyone has
ever read Hyperspace by Michio Kaku, he explained it much better than I ever could.
So that's my theory. The Earth, and all other objects with a gravitational pull, are in fact expanding into the fourth dimension, at such a speed
that g-forces are being created, and thus we have solved the universal mystery of gravity.