OUR SPACESHIP hovers perilously close to the black hole’s event horizon, the point of no return. The gravitational pull is all powerful and if the ship slips over that critical point we are committed – there is no way back. It is prohibiting us from getting close enough to peer down into the vortex to see what’s there.

Of course we still could take the plunge but it would be a one way trip – and we would have to be mighty quick to see what’s inside for we would be travelling faster than the speed of light – before we were obliterated. However there is nothing stopping us from travelling safely and at a much more sedate speed, all we need do is use our imagination.

Last time we looked into a black hole, we witnessed different dimensional universes as we looked up the vortex walls, beginning with a one dimensional universe, then a two, then our three dimensional universe, then a fourth, fifth and so on.

This time we are going to suppose something different from what we saw last time. We are going to imagine what we would see if The Creator had decided that three dimensions was the optimum number for the whole multi-universe.

These universes would still be infinite in number for although all matter in the physical universe is finite, there is no end to the universe itself.  There always has to be another wall on the other side of a wall – There always has to be something more beyond the skies limit.

There has to be another universe on the other side of every universe. If these universes are all three dimensional, we can hypothesize that they would be virtually identical in content, in other words, replicas, or clones of each other.

The stars, the planets, the solar system, the earth, the  land, the oceans, would all be the same. All living creatures would be identical copies of each other, existing separately and yet connectedly whilst unbeknownst to each other, on each and every dimensional level.

If we then factor in free will in this non ending, infinite, three dimensional multi-universe, it seems logical that there would also have to be an infinite number of possibilities spread across those universes…

Dan’s Quote: “It takes imagination to tell a fairy story…
______________it takes even more to make it sound plausible.”


About Dan Brand

Blog writer and author of Mind WorX-An Inside Story, a philosophical look into life's mysteries.

Posted on September 13, 2013, in Multiplicity and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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