The physical and quantum physical study of matter reveals much about our observable world, what does the observable world's structure reveal about worlds and dimensions that lay beyond our telescopes?
Let’s start with the Men In Black outro. Aliens playing marbles with our universe. Grand.
So, clearly we can see the inside of our own marbles. They are little silicon based spheres. When we take deeper and deeper looks into them I think it is safe to say that we are not seeing tiny little cosmoses. (maybe I am wrong, and by all means correct me) Maybe micro aliens live on tiny beams of energy…and their worlds are not something we
Regardless, the question at hand is if we can see the effect of these tiny worlds on our own world, can we look around our world ourselves and see if we can understand what we are compared to something much larger? For instance, seen from space waves don’t look like waves. They look like they are just sort of sitting there. Now, we know they are 20 feet high and all tumultuous power, and that beneath them is the deep!
But surely this sort of thing’s tinyness compared to the expanse of space must tell us something in much the same way that our observing an electron in person might tell us much. Are we constantly observing the microcosmic forces of a much larger universe?
Maybe I’m not quite making myself clear.
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