At 7/9/11 04:06 AM, LeonOfBlain wrote:
I love physics and quantum mechanics I'll be the first to admit I dont even have my first step to a generally acceptable "you know about physics". but what i love about it is that human language formulas attempt to explain with great accuracy the answer to the "neverending why". so my current thought is this: is it possible that the phenomena of thought is itself a dimension and also is it not a similar if not the same dimension as the environment of electrical impulses we designed as computers?
FINALY someone intelegent.
Yes, it is posible that thought itself could be its own dimension. Across the known dimensional plain, well, we only know about our own. It could, however, be a seperate buble universe, just outside of our own. in this case, you would have to not only travel at, lets say ten times the speed of light (in star trek terms this would be warp 14) for, considering the distance to hubbles blackout (the hubble telescope once reached such a velocity of magnification that it could litteraly see the end of the universe) about 30 million years, but you would also have to phase yourself out of exsistance once you reach the end of this known universe. then travel for another 50 million years.
So, summurizing everything said, yes, it is verry much so possible, but the chances of us ever reaching it is veeeeeeerrrryyy slim.