Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Time and Space Travel

 If we are only able to perceive 5% of the ordinary matter in our known universe using only three (or four) dimensions - what does the other 95% look like?
Is there really such a thing as "Dark Matter" or is that just a scientific phrase for, "We Don't Know"?
Maybe the other 95% of the unknown Universe is ordinary matter but only perceivable with more dimensions.
If the speed of light is our speed limit within our four dimensions - is it able to be surpassed if more dimensions exist?
Does 'prayer' work in a fifth or sixth dimension - in a dimension which we are not yet able to measure or even be aware of?
If so - can prayer (or focused thought) travel faster than the speed of light?
Surely such focused thought exists below the Planck scale - wouldn't it be able to travel faster than light itself without violating any known laws of Physics?

Does focused thought (or prayer) travel on the backside, under or behind our known Universe?

(HT - John K. On whose blog I am not able to leave comments.)


brohammas said...

As you demonstrate here, science and religion are not in conflict.

John Kurman said...


Why can't you leave comments? I've got all the security word verification shit turned off.

uglyblackjohn said...

@ brohammas - Which is what SeeNew and i used to try to explain to Mills back in the day.

@ JK - I have no idea. This computer is totally effed up.

CNu said...

Real religion is purely scientific.

I was shocked to discover something last week.

Did you know that it's been established for several years now that dolphins do that thing that these humans imagine makes them special?

How in the hell did it come to pass that first unequivocal contact with non-human sapience/sentience has been established - yet this fact is not trumpeted from one end of the world to the other?

uglyblackjohn said...

@ SeeNew - We've done it for so long (without KNOWING 'why') that many have forgotten the importance of it.

CNu said...

which means, "they're asleep"!

what do you owe to those who abide in sleep while you toil in some semblance of wakefulness?