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Our planet has a duel existence. It shifts between this dimension and another. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine s3e8: Meridian, alien woman
What we call the ‘world’ and the ‘universe’ is only one frequency range in an infinite number sharing the same space. The interdimensional entities I write about are able to move between these frequencies or dimensions and manipulate our lives. David Icke
And suddenly I realised that I was no longer driving the car consciously. I was driving it by a kind of instinct, only I was in a different dimension. Ayrton Senna
Evolution has ensured that our brains just aren’t equipped to visualise eleven dimensions directly. However, from a purely mathematical point of view it’s just as easy to think in eleven dimensions, as it is to think in three or four. Stephen Hawking
Proponents of the string theory think that we’re actually surrounded by nine dimensions ... These extra dimensions explain why gravity is so weak. Stephen Hawking’s Universe, PBS 1998
Why Gravity is so weak now: the reason – the universe is made up of eleven dimensions. Stephen Hawking: Master of the Universe, Channel 5 2008
Technically, you need the extra dimensions. At first people didn’t like them too much, but they’ve got a big benefit, which is that the ability of string theory to describe all the elementary particles and their forces along with gravity depends on using the extra dimensions. Edward Witten
One of the strangest features of string theory is that it requires more than the three spatial dimensions that we see directly in the world around us. That sounds like science fiction, but it is an indisputable outcome of the mathematics of string theory. Brian Greene
Extra dimensions of space ... The shape of those extra dimensions determines the fundamental features of our universe. Brian Greene, Beyond the Cosmos: Multiverse, National Geographic 2012
Extra dimensions can be curled up. ibid.
String theory says we’re surrounded by hidden dimensions. Brian Greene, Nova: The Elegant Universe III, PBS 2003
The tiny strings of string theory vibrate and dance in different patterns creating all the fundamental particles of Nature. ibid.
M Theory would go even further demanding yet another spatial dimension, bringing the grand total to eleven dimensions. ibid.
Some theories ... believe we are living in a ten or eleven dimension world. Horizon: What Einstein Never Knew, BBC 1985
The physicists found a second version of it. And then a third. Soon they had found five different string theories. That wasn’t single and it didn’t sound very definitive. String theory had begun to unravel. It seemed as if the dream of a theory of everything was as far away as ever. But just as the scientists were about to give up hope, a new and startling discovery would be made. This would inspire them to begin their quest again and force them at last to confront their least popular idea: parallel universes. Horizon: Parallel Universe, BBC 2002
Super-Gravity: String Theory had displaced it. ibid.
Super-Gravity though had been convinced there were exactly eleven dimensions. ibid.
String Theory was in trouble. Its five different versions meant it couldn’t be the all-embracing theory Physics was looking for. Everything it seemed had been tried to save String Theory. Well, almost everything. In a final desperate move, the String Theorists tried adding one last thing to their cherished idea: they added the very thing they had spent a decade rubbishing – the 11th dimension. ibid.
The tiny invisible strings of String Theory were supposed to be the fundamental building blocks of all the matter in the universe. But now with the addition of the eleventh dimension they changed: they stretched and they combined. The astonishing conclusion was that all the matter in the universe was connected to one vast structure: a membrane. In effect our entire universe is a membrane. ibid.
When M Theory emerged, [Lisa] Randall and her colleagues wondered if it might provide the explanation – could gravity be leaking from our universe into the empty space of the eleventh dimension? Randall tried to calculate how gravity could leak from our membrane universe into empty space. But she couldn’t make it work. Then she heard the theory that there might be another membrane in the eleventh dimension. Now she had a really strange thought: what if gravity wasn’t leaking from our universe but to it? What if it came from that other universe? ibid.
Einstein’s picture is that Time is a dimension like Space and you move through; and so that’s how you feel it’s passing ... Einstein was the first to link Space and Time in this unique way. Horizon: Do You Know What Time It Is? BBC 2008
The Holographic Principle: which says that all three dimensional objects can be encoded in only two dimensions. Horizon: What is Reality? BBC 2011
String Theory ... Instead of the seventeen particles of the standard model, everything is made from a single object – an incredibly tiny loop of string. Horizon: How Small is the Universe? BBC 2012
String Theory is underpinned by some fiendishly complex maths ... We live in eleven-dimension hyperspace. ibid.
Technologies that may be realized in centuries or millenniums include: warp drive, travelling faster than the speed of light, parallel universes; are there other parallel dimensions and parallel realities? Michio Kaku
We are experiencing an existential shock. Our world view has been shattered with the realisation that, yes, there could be parallel universes ... Satellite data indicates there could be parallel universes ... New theories called String Theories are giving us worlds of higher dimensions; quantum physics at the microscopic scale is also revealing to us there could be parallel universes ... The implications are staggering. Michio Kaku
The first misconception about Time is that there’s a universal now ... People also believe Time ticks uniformly throughout the universe; actually that’s not true ... Most people assume we live in a three-dimensional world; actually we live in a four-dimensional world: three dimensions of Space and one dimension of Time. Michio Kaku
At every point of any one of these people walking by, you pick a point, at that point there would be an incredibly tiny curled-up either six or seven dimensions that you just don’t perceive. Professor Bert Ovrut
Einstein realised that time is relative to where you are and how fast you are moving. Time is the fourth dimension. Morgan Freeman’s Through the Wormhole s1e3: Is Time Travel Possible? Science 2010
The incredibly strange world of eleven-dimensional space. Morgan Freeman’s Through the Wormhole s1e4: What Happened Before the Beginning?
There has never been a stranger idea in the history of science. Down at the smallest scale, smaller than ourselves, smaller than atoms, could the world suddenly get bigger, branching out in new and totally unexpected ways? … Are there more than three dimensions? Morgan Freeman’s Through the Wormhole s2e4: Are There More than Three Dimensions?
String theory says that every single particle of matter and energy in the universe is actually a tiny vibrating string. A string that vibrates not in three dimensions but in nine. ibid.
We live on one level of existence but there are others. These hidden dimensions of reality are everywhere. Neil deGrasse Tyson, Cosmos: Deeper, Deeper, Deeper Still VI, Fox 2014
It’s the strangest idea in the whole of science. It emerged by accident from bizarre experiments. Scientists resisted it. But a maverick would force them to take it seriously. The idea means we live in a giant bubble. Parallel Universes, National Geographic
Some of the world’s most respected scientists claim these other worlds may actually exist. ibid.
Some exist far beyond the further edge of our visible universe, others hang out in a mysterious landscape full of dark energy called the Multiverse, and others are right here in the same space we are all living, but we can’t see them obviously. ibid.
You might not want to meet your other self. ibid.
[Hugh] Everett wrote what’s become the definitive argument for parallel universes called Many Worlds. ibid.
An infinite number of other realities. ibid.