Re: Theos-World Science vs Theosophy
Oct 28, 2005 07:07 PM
by Mark Hamilton Jr.
Why do physicists keep listing time as a physical dimension?
I was just arguing this with a friend, and I can find absolutely no
proof that it exists as a dimension (such as x, y, and z in 3-space).
There only appear to be 3 physical dimensions, as well as various
I say this because:
1. Reactions can't occur through time. For instance, a gram of
potassium will not react with itself through adjacent frames in time.
2. Time doesn't affect anything in the physical, and vise versa. All
other dimensions interact with each other.
3. Time can only be perceived through the ever-changing states of
matter in which we are subjected to.
On 10/28/05, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> wrote:
> Here's another indication of how close modern science is getting to verify
> Blavatsky's metaphysics behind Cosmogenesis as outlined in the Secret Doctrine,
> and concurrently vindicate my ABC theory which describes the multidimensional
> "hyperspace" fields of consciousness that fractally involve out of the
> fundamental "spinergy" of the primal zero-point, and appear as membranousbubbles
> within bubbles within bubbles.
> Best wishes,
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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