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Originally posted by Myth024
reply to post by Kualros
I have often considered the idea of multidimensionality to directly correlate to the perception of reality. In quantum theory, some experiments have shown that reality can change based on the introduction of the observer. If this is true and I believe it, then why can't I change the reality of the world around me? I think that each of us lives within our own private reality that overlaps the reality of others. The communication of our own reality exists within a dimension that we are not consciously aware of and is able to transmit and receive information from other realities. Because everyone believes that the sky is blue then the collective belief holds that true and any attempt to over-ride that reality is countered by the collective energy of all those that continue to believe the sky is blue. So collectively we create the dimensions that we choose to be aware of. Currently most common language and math are used to define and describe what we are already aware of. Quantum theory attempts to define and describe what we are not aware of. Therefore any belief that a previous dimension that is unknown now exists, will exist but only because we collectively choose to believe that it does. This means that all the dimensions that we have chosen to discover didn't exist until we decided that they do. To make this even more convoluted and confusing; those dimensions existed before we knew they existed because we decided they exist sometime in the future. This comes from the idea that many concepts and dimensions do not conform to linear time so that if we discover one in the future then it exists in the past and therefore brings about the paradox of discovering something we already decided exists. Therefore true freedom is finding those things that will exist once we decide that they do and recognize that each of us has it within us to create a new thing a second time.
Hmmm... I think there is chaos theory in all that somewhere. It also all makes more sense in my own head but I tried to type it out anyway.
Black Holes have a huge disorder. However, no one knew what the states associated to the entropy of the black hole were. The last four years brought great excitement in this area. Similar techniques to the ones used to find the islands of M-theory, allowed us to explain exactly what states correspond to the disorder of some black holes, and to explain using fundamental theory the thermodynamic properties that had been deduced previously using less direct arguments.