By Lisa Grace
Continued from Part 1 http://eyeontheparanormal.blogspot.com/2013/01/plasma-dark-matter-dark-energy-other.html
The greatest part of what the known universe is made of is not understood. Dark matter of which all we can deduce is: it has a gravitational pull. And then there is dark energy which seems to be pulling solar systems and the universe apart.
Depending on the source, dark matter makes up 25% to 99% of all known matter in the universe. It’s called “matter” because all matter has a gravitational pull.
The term “dark energy” is a way to say for scientists to say “there is a force out there that we can’t see and can’t explain, but we think we can detect it is pulling solar systems and the universe further apart.”
Scientists name their theories to make them more believable. How does this relate to the supernatural?
Because the supernatural is somewhat like the theory of “dark energy.” In that “there is a force out there that we can’t see and can’t explain, but we think we can detect it.”
Then also with dark matter 25% - 99% of the known universe is made of matter we can’t detect except it has to be there because it has gravitational pull?
How is that anymore believable than when witnessing a supernatural creature EMF, temperature, sound, and physical disturbances can be detected?
Yet scientists take themselves seriously while laughing at the paranormal community?
Quote from above link: In 1919, Polish mathematician Theodor Kaluza proposed that the existence of a fourth spatial dimension might allow the linking of general relativity and electromagnetic theory.
Remember in part 1 where we talked about possible creatures living in plasma, the 4th state of matter?
Also, quote: Plasma energy can be of various origins: thermal, electrical, or light (ultraviolet light or intense visible light from a laser). With insufficient sustaining power, plasmas recombine into neutral gas.
Plasma can be accelerated and steered by electric and magnetic fields, which allows it to be controlled and applied. Plasma research is yielding a greater understanding of the universe. http://www.plasmas.org/what-are-plasmas.htm
Remember that plasma can be visible and controlled in electromagnetic fields?
There is an interesting book, (written in 1884 by Edwin A. Abbott - Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions) that talks about how a three dimensional creature, in a two dimensional world (like a sphere) would appear as a line getting shorter or longer to the two dimensional creatures. (See link above for a full description.)
Right now scientists studying electromagnetics and plasma are observing phenomena appearing as waves.
See: Institute for Electromagnetic Field Theory and Plasma Physics, (1994)
What if that is because as three dimensional creatures, peering at four dimensional creatures, we simply can’t comprehend what we are really seeing? That waves, mists, occasional movements and sounds, are the closest we can come to seeing these four dimensional creatures? (which could be separate thermal, electrical, and light beings or combos of all three.)
My hypothesis (theory) is: scientists are seeing four dimensional creatures and simply not understanding what they are seeing. This is to be expected. Mathematically they can prove through string theory it’s there, also through gravitational pull they can prove dark matter is there, and they can make plasma (the fourth state of matter) visible in a lab setting, but they haven’t tied it all together yet, because it is simply too mind blowing.
It proves there is without a doubt another dimension with living beings in it, and when scientists stop denying the most likely explanation - comes closer to proving there is an AWESOME intelligent designer behind the whole shebang. We are not the top of the intelligence pyramid, matter of fact, we’re not even close, which is very humbling.
Next week: Part 3 - Imagine being a four dimensional creature consigned to existing in a three dimensional world.
Lisa Grace is the author of the Angel Series which is currently in movie development, 30 minutes of Flash Fiction, and The 15th Star (A Lisa Grace History Mystery) available through all major ebook retailers and soon to be in paperbacks.