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Re:parallel Universes

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Posted by dave on February 11, 2000 17:37:29 UTC

And where does hyperspace (space beyond the confines of the 4th dimensional spacetime of Einstein's theory) fit into the picture? Some physicist have speculated that the higher dimensions of space or "hyperspace" are found wthin subatomic particles. Any feedback? And getting off the subject, is there any scientific evidence to support the idea of parallel universes?

dave: Superstring multiple dimensions are enfolded into the dance coming from the void. The dance stabilizes the otherwise unstable harmonic universe, in order to avoid the runaway tonal system dissipating into non-creative, chaotic heat. The dance still exists inside every quark, balancing creation and allowing for the original vacuume to be observed as the nuclear strong force. as for parallel universes: universe means one turn and I only believe in one. The One does manifest into many universes within the one and these are enfolded into each life perspective, for instance you perceive the world from your singular mathematical point of view, and I from mine.

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