Flatland – Dimensions and ET’s

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Graphical representation of 5 dimensional space

Dimensions are a lot like space. The more you learn about them the more it makes your brain hurt. It’s difficult to grasp something that you can’t perceive such as the vast size of space or higher dimensions. When someone tells you that the speed of light is 186,000 miles per second or that at that speed it would take 100,000 years just to cross our own Milky Way galaxy, you understand those numbers mean fast and big, but how fast and how big is really almost impossible to imagine. At the speed of light time ceases to exist for you. So if you traveled at that speed for 50,000 years, made an abrupt u-turn and traveled for another 50,000 years back, when you returned to Earth it would have advanced 100,000 years into the future but you would be the same age as when you left.

Dimensions are similar in that once you go above and beyond the 3rd dimension, things start to get really weird.

Adding a dimension:

[From “Seeing a four-dimensional world. The story of light and people” by Hiromi Yokoyama]

There is nothing more fascinating for mathematicians than the four-dimensional realm, because it is now realized that classification and understanding of four-dimensional space requires more profound theory than is needed for understanding higher-dimensional space. If the difficulties of four dimensions can be overcome, it should be possible to cope with unlimited numbers of dimensions in a unified fashion—which, for those of us in the three-dimensional world, is the stuff of our most grandiose dreams.

Mathematicians tackling this problem claim to be able to visualize the four-dimensional world in their heads. Unfortunately, without training it is impossible to visualize four-dimensional space, such as a four-dimensional hypercube created by moving a three-dimensional cube in an additional dimension direction.

4 dimensionsSo adding just one dimension to our 3-dimensional world is described by mathematicians as impossible to visualize. There are said to be two types of dimensions; temporal and spacial. Superstring theory, M-theory and Bosonic string theory respectively state that physical space has 10, 11 and 26 dimensions. These extra dimensions are said to be spatial. However, we perceive only three spatial dimensions as well as time (temporal). As I mentioned in a previous article on spherical dimensions and ghosts, a possible explanation for these other dimensions that has been suggested is that space acts as if it were “curled up” in the extra dimensions on a subatomic scale, possibly at the quark/string level of scale or below.

So let’s just assume for the sake of argument that over a long period of time, either through advancements in technology or on a spiritual level of consciousness, a civilization was eventually able to harness these other dimensions and utilize them in some fashion. This could explain some of the descriptions given by thousands of individuals when describing what they witnessed in the sky.

How can a craft a mile in diameter move silently through the sky or accelerate from seemingly still to a tremendous rate of speed in the blink of an eye? How can a craft traveling at thousands of miles per hour make a sudden 90 degree turn? How can an object being observed suddenly appear to just blink out? The answer could lie in physics, anti-gravity, the ability to access other dimensions or a combination of several, all or even more technologies all working together.

Say for instance that a propulsion system resides in a higher dimension. Since lower dimensions can’t perceive higher dimensions then a propulsion system (that may or may not make noise) would appear silent to our 3-dimensional world. This of course would assume that a sound made by a device we cannot perceive could also not be perceived.

Just as in the analogy used in the video above, just because you can’t see the back side of a building when you’re standing in the middle of the street doesn’t mean it’s not there. It simply means that you can’t perceive it from your position in space. When a large craft appears to move silently across the sky it doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s not making any sound. If it is making a sound that presents us with two obvious possibilities. Either the propulsion system is using a frequency that we as humans are unable to detect or it resides in a dimension that we can’t perceive. If it’s the latter and other civilizations have mastered control over (or even access to) higher dimensions, they are far more advanced then may have initially been speculated.