String Theory Possible
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You could become supernatural, be everywhere and everything.
What if there are more than three dimensions?
You've heard of three dimensions. You can stand on your toes and go up or down (that's one), you can move forward or back (that's two), or side to side (three).
But what if there are more dimensions?
Scientists often cite earth's gravitational pull as an example there's probably more out there than meets the eye. When you pick up a paper clip with a magnet, the paper clip defies gravity. In theory, it shouldn't be able to do this; after all, the entire earth is under your feet.
"The reason gravity is weak is that most of it lives somewhere else," one scientist explained.
In other words, the world we can see, touch, smell, is only one wobbling, spinning thin tissue of a much larger reality just outside our grasp.
Here are some predictions based on what might happen if this can be proven and somehow harnessed.
- You will be able to turn yourself into pure matter (vapor) and phone yourself around the world although phones will be obsolete by that time. It will be more like the transporter on Star Trek (beam me up). Moving along faster than the speed of light, you could exit from a manhole cover in Paris right in front of some Frenchman as a purple-colored gas. That's if you like the color purple. Other colors will be available.
- Highways of light sensitive cosmic dust will transport people between galaxies by the simple use of a crystal ring attached to the feet. Thus, you could visit other worlds, for example, one made up of a substance much like strawberry short cake if that's to your taste, similar to how we drive to a theme park today.
- Since there is virtually no reality, the Cro-Magnon custom of death and being buried in a hole in the ground will cease. As you use up one body, you would inhabit another whether it be gas, liquid or nothing at all (your mother-in-law always said you were nothing). You could become an oak tree and live 800 years. You've eliminated the physical properties (gravity) that held you to the ground in perpetual place.
- You could disperse yourself, literally go to pieces, microbes that scatter to a count of millions allowing you to become super-natural, be everywhere and everything.
- Time travel, the old Jules Verne bit, will become reality. You could witness the Battle of Waterloo by taking the shape of a cannonball.
- A Garden of Eden without any snake to mess things up will free mankind from disease, illness, all the "yucky" things. Diseases will be eliminated because the body will be instructed physically not to believe it has the disease.
- Love making will be much more lusty and powerful than it is today. A perpetual state of orgasm will of course become easily obtained. It is understood this would have to be government regulated otherwise people would abuse it and not show up for work on Monday.
A genetically altered Adam and Eve eating genetically altered foods available at the snap of a finger (transported by electric currents) will be an example of "Paradise Found."
The transfer of particles within whole matter, the building blocks of the universe, into what amounts to a slumbering biologic state, could be rearranged, much like shaping a blob of clay into a specific form. Call them X, Z and R, if we can simply neutralize these building blocks, we could suspend space and time, become inert, allowing them to be reshaped.
This involves neutralizing the positive or negative charges they carry which in turn creates a force field. Eliminating this force field, the negative or positive, and universal creation is suddenly yours for the taking.
You always wanted to fly like a bird. Now, you could.
Man's current feeble attempts to escape this reality are pretty much the stupid and crude act of flying around for a few days in a tin can held together with bolts that spits fire out its ass from high powered fossil fuel gasoline (Space Shuttle). You think this is high tech? Leonardo da Vinci is laughing from his grave.
Think of it like grains of sand in your hand at a beach. You can see them. Throw them in the air. They flew. You can't see them now but they're still out there....somewhere.
John Sammon, : John Sammon is a writer whose experience includes newspaper reporting, magazine writing, personality profiles, interviews, celebrity interviews (Clint Eastwood), historical pieces, investigative and crime. He was selected “Most Valuable Reporter” for California’s oldest continually operating newspaper, and covered the weekend crime beat for a daily newspaper in Nevada. If you beat your wife on Friday, he wrote about it and got you in deep trouble on Saturday. He covered business,... (more...)