Saturday, May 17, 2008


Decades of weird experiences coupled with familial "so called" mental health issues has led to an immeasurable personal quest to search for answers
During the past 20 years or more I have found myself frantically reading any subject matter concerned with psychic phenomena, the paranormal, physics and of course psychology and psychiatry
What have achieved? absolutely nothing! Everybody appears to have their own theory and opinions, even if they are considered to belong to the "canon" of science!
Purely by chance or maybe guided by an unseen force I stumbled on the following article which coincidentally occurred at the moment that I decided to give up on my quest and believe that my experiences are all based on the fact that what I see and hear is actually happening at that moment within a parallel universe.
Fred Alan Wolf writes:
The fact that the future may play a role in the present is a new prediction of the mathematical laws of quantum physics. If interpreted literally, the mathematical formulas not only indicate how the future enters our present, but also how our minds may be able to "sense" the presence of parallel universes.
Are we pressing the mathematical laws of physics too far?

"As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and so far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality,"
wrote Albert Einstein. Einstein was undoubtedly referring to the mathematical laws of quantum physics in that these laws only describe possibilities of reality but never reality itself. Can mathematics describe reality? I believe that the answer is yes, provided we take the new view given us by parallel universes theory. The laboratory of parallel universe experimentation may not lie in a mechanical time machine--ala Jules Verne-- but could exist between our ears.
If the parallel universes of relativity are the same as those of quantum theory the possibility exists that parallel universes may be extremely close to us, perhaps only atomic dimensions away but perhaps in a higher dimension of space-- an extension into what physicists call superspace. Modern neuroscience through the study of altered states of awareness, schizophrenia, and lucid dreaming could be indications of the closeness of parallel worlds to our own.

Have I made the right decision? What do you think?


dr pepper said...

mankind has enough on its plate messing up the present.we dont want the future available to it too so it can mess that up aswell

billy said...

you making a lot of sense. i do think there are parallel planes. gotta be a way to access them.

MarkRabo said...

Fascinating! It never occurred to me to think of dreams as being connected to parallel universes. It helps explain why I've had dreams where my dad was alive, years after he died. (Of course, it doesn't explain that weird dream where Gordon Ramsay and I were at the Seascape Inn and it got hit by an ocean liner.)

Faizal said...

wow, blog about paranormal.. this is nice. just dropping by to say hello!!

Elizabet said...

Hi Dr Pepper
What if the present and the future are one?

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