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  1. #1 Is there already a "Theory of Everything" that approximates this idea? 
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    Just a thought....

    what if the universe is in or about to enter a stable feedback loop that will keep the system oscillating (expansion and contraction) at a resonant frequency. The feedback path for this oscillator could be via light produced by the Macro Universe light "emitters" that fall on the Micro Universe light absorbing "collectors" ("dark matter?"). The collectors would absorb the heat and expand. As the expansion increased the heat/energy absorbed by the collectors would decrease because the emitters are further distant. The universe could then reach an apex and begin to contract. That would be the 1st quarter of one cycle of the sine wave.

    Another way of visualizing the feedback path:

    Given a microscope and a telescope, both instruments having infinite strength, they might, in theory, be focusable on the same point in space and time.

    On edit: Sorry, I missed saying that yes I am implying that the micro universe and the macro universe might be one and the same but each is observed in a different time and dimension.


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    Have you ever sat in a barbers chair and while you are facing a wall mirror in front of you, and you notice that you also have a second wall mirror behind you. So you now can see an infinite number of reflections from your point of observation. Each reflection is smaller then the previous reflection and every 2nd reflection is the mirror image of the previous reflection. Now the naked eye can only discern the picture up to a point but it is easy to believe the reflections go on infinitely.

    So, which toy should the barber add to his shop (instead of candy suckers) so my grand kids can have a ball while waiting for their dad to get his hair cut, a telescope or a microscope?


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    I will make this a multiple choice question:

    11 Both
    10 A Telescope
    01 A Microscope
    00 None of the above!

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    There is something ex-streamly familiar about your posting style.
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    I think it highly improbable that a microscope,or telescope..can 'see' other dimensions..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    There is something ex-streamly familiar about your posting style.
    Have there not been several posters who present nebulous thoughts in an incoherent fashion? Were you thinking of a specific entity? I think as amoderator you are able to view the posters ISP. Does it match that of your suspect?
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    There is something ex-streamly familiar about your posting style.
    Have there not been several posters who present nebulous thoughts in an incoherent fashion? Were you thinking of a specific entity? I think as amoderator you are able to view the posters ISP. Does it match that of your suspect?
    The ISP address did not match. I seem to have been mistaken.
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    Could the concept of this model better serve our youth then the current Santa Claus model. It could possibly serve a purpose until they are old enogh to come up with their own model/concept. For some, it might even do for a life time....who knows for sure, but its got to be better than the Santa Claus model, IMHO!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FeedbackPath View Post
    Could the concept of this model better serve our youth then the current Santa Claus model. It could possibly serve a purpose until they are old enogh to come up with their own model/concept. For some, it might even do for a life time....who knows for sure, but its got to be better than the Santa Claus model, IMHO!
    All this demonstrates is that some opinions can be safely ignored.
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    Why do you think you can't see all the dimensions with a telescope
    I see know reason why not
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    I'm guessing English isn't your native language. Can you try that again. Like with puctuation.

    Did you mean "I see no reason why not"?

    If so, the answer is that the extra dimensions are too small to see, even with the most powerful MICROscope in the world.
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    Yes it is actually
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    But I guess there is the fact that the telescope would block out the dimension that you were looking at.

    The thing that I've always wondered about is a way to use mirrors to "dimension jump" if you could even call it that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad monkey View Post
    But I guess there is the fact that the telescope would block out the dimension that you were looking at.

    The thing that I've always wondered about is a way to use mirrors to "dimension jump" if you could even call it that.
    This does not make a lot of sense. Why would the telescope "block out a dimension"? Do you understand Wayne's point about the size of other dimensions, if they exist? What do you mean by 'dimension jump'? How do you imagine you could do this with mirrors?
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    Well think of it like this if light cannot travel through opaque objects how's it supposed to go through your head
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    In answer to your other question think of this: every action has an equal and opposite reaction so light has dark , birth has death, etc so this should mean that every universe has it's opposite right so the reflection in an mirror is opposite to eg. Your raise your left the reflection raises it's right so the should be a way to get to those dimensions possibly using mirrors because it looks like you can see all the dimensions
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    Bad monkey, Please don't take offence at this question, but approximately how old are you?
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    Check the link about "something weird I thought up" It should answer your question.
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    OK. I strongly suggest you use your enthusiasm to ask questions at this stage, rather than try to provide answers. It is always tempting to put together three or four newly acquired ideas. Some great discoveries have been made that way. Most, however, require truly deep knowledge of one's subject, immensely hard work and a flash of inspiration. Don't try to get there with just the flash.
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    Check the third video on this link http://www.google.co.uk/url?url=http...IyWOPNgxwkkATw and see what you think
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    Correction don't take that link take this one instead * http://www.google.co.uk/url?url=http...-YSz2nzk0Y-SGg
    Please watch this!!
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    None of Podkletnov's claims have ever been reproduced. Sounds somewhat dubious.
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