Travel to Another Dimension


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I am not a physicists, engineer or even a student of such, however, I am writing a book and so this leads me to research. Say traveling to another dimension is possible. Would the traveler lose his/her memory there, only to regain it upon return to the dimension they started from?

What would this kind of travel do to the human body? Has any such experiences been documented? If yes, where?

Thank you in advance.
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Would the traveler lose his/her memory there, only to regain it upon return to the dimension they started from?
Changes to the traveler memory are limited only by your imagination.
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I am not a physicists, engineer or even a student of such, however, I am writing a book and so this leads me to research. Say traveling to another dimension is possible. Would the traveler lose his/her memory there, only to regain it upon return to the dimension they started from?

What would this kind of travel do to the human body? Has any such experiences been documented? If yes, where?

Thank you in advance.
You are asking about a fantasy, not about science. As Borek says, what happens depends only on your imagination. There is no such thing as a person "travelling to another dimension", so we can offer no scientific help to you.


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