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There Is Only One Dimension That We Are Aware Of

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Posted by Phil.o.Sofir on January 25, 2000 08:58:10 UTC

: : bzrd here: Time is a physical construct. The fourth dimension, or a component of space/time, if you will. Thus our inability to comprehend a transcendant Creator [one that exists outside our physical realm or universe] is a reflection of our own intellectual constriants. God is not an extra-dimensional being-He created the dimensions. However, these dimensions are a part of our reality that is just beginning to be recognized by science. That is why the most plausible explanation for the UFO phenom lies in this area. These entities have the ability to enter into our dimensional domain from theirs. Suppose we lived in a 2-D world; in other words our world consisted of a flat plane, if a 3-D entity entered into it, the effect would appear instantaneous and almost certainly psychologically disrupting, as are senses would be unequipted to assimulate 3-D phenomena.

: Then isnt it also possible that god as an entity of for example, 5D being, isnt it oso possible that there are 6D beings that could enter the realm of 5D beings. Surely if our dimensions are created by god..then it certainly seems possible that God's dimensions are created by their God, like them we slowly become gods over the 2D creatures and the cycle continues..

***There is only one dimension, we call it 3d, we do have theories of 2d (flat), and 4d (space/time) but these are nothing more than an attempt to explain phenomenon in our reality that we do not want to accept the real answers about, 5d (god) is another good example. If there were such a thing as other dimensions, they could only fit into a dimension with more "sides" or aspects. A 2d object can fit into a 3d space, but not the other way around. It is not impossible to imagine the reality of our universe, this is all there is, there is only one overall reality, there is really no such thing as a 2d object, or a 4d plane, or a 5d anything. Everything that exists has mass/form, and can always be said to have length, width, and hieght. these three measurements create depth, no matter how small any of the measurments are, like the thickness of a piece of paper, makes it a 3d object. Space is nothing more than the sum of the 3 measurments (volume). Time is nothing more than a constantly changing present. Any intelligent awareness can see change occuring, thus the illusion of time, when in actuallity it is nothing more than the movement of change occuring in the present. We can see the effects of this movement, and by the nature of its directions can often predict what change is occuring, but never is there a time when you can go back to something that has already occured in the changing present, nor go ahead to change that has not yet occured. Speed is something which is often used to "prove" that time exists, but this is nothing more than arriving at a point in the present change that is ahead of what we percived it would be when we got there. The whole thing with the rocket equation is a slowing of the rate of change in the present of a given body in relation to the rate of change occuring to another object in the same present. So, it is my belief that all effects we can be aware of are contained in a single reality, or dimension, it is our manner of trying to seperate them theoretically which allows us our illusions. There is also a big problem with this label of 3d when applied to the universe as a whole, for even by saying "whole" we concieve of there being a limit, or sides to it, but the universe in its actual endlessness cannot fit into this type of category, thus only "parts" as we designate them can be measured and labeled with dimensions, and it is this that we must realistically consider before we can begin to understand our true reality. Then we can begin to consider the problem of the reality of nothingness, which is the volume of reality where nothing exists in the current present, and which I would hope will provide some direction in fully understanding gravity, and eventually enable us to harness the power of its effects for energy and space travel.

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