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Dimensions greater than the third?

  1. Dec 3, 2008 #1
    I watched astrophysical lectures by a scientist on the internet, and he claims that there are a total of twelve dimensions of space and time. Inlcluding "hyperdimensional" metaphysical universes and "spiritual" realms of being that are non-physical, and bear non-physical conscious superintelligent entities, and that the physical universe that we know, somehow "branched off" these multi-dimensional universes. The most intriguing thing that this main said, is that the function of the 12th dimension is alledgedly a all-unified consciousness. I didn't really understand alot of the things this guy said, but do you think it could be possible?
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  3. Dec 3, 2008 #2


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    It sounds like nothing any legitimate scientist would say, and not worth discussing here.
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