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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Let me try to explain. If I take a reel of movie film, I can unwrap it see different frames simultaneously. How ever if I were "trapped" in the movie I could only experience one frame at a time.

Now this example is not a direct proposition I am making. It''s just to imagine a higher dimensional plane.

My proposition is to ponder if quantum events exist on the very small scale because at those small scales we can interact/observe higher dimensions that actually exist. We can do so because we are outside of higher dimensions quantum scale matter exists within.

Since we can't really understand the real physical properties of the higher dimension, to us its effects would be really odd. Just as it would for someone in a supposedly 2-D universe experiencing a third dimensional property.

But at larger scales we are enveloped inside the matter's higher dimension so that it appears normal, but at smaller scales the higher dimensions are observable, but their effects appear abnormal.

The conventional wisdom that the higher dimensions exist but these dimensions are extremely small. I'm going the opposite direction and suggesting that these higher dimensions may be very, very large.

If this is the wrong forum I apologize ahead.

Now this example is not a direct proposition I am making. It''s just to imagine a higher dimensional plane.

My proposition is to ponder if quantum events exist on the very small scale because at those small scales we can interact/observe higher dimensions that actually exist. We can do so because we are outside of higher dimensions quantum scale matter exists within.

Since we can't really understand the real physical properties of the higher dimension, to us its effects would be really odd. Just as it would for someone in a supposedly 2-D universe experiencing a third dimensional property.

But at larger scales we are enveloped inside the matter's higher dimension so that it appears normal, but at smaller scales the higher dimensions are observable, but their effects appear abnormal.

The conventional wisdom that the higher dimensions exist but these dimensions are extremely small. I'm going the opposite direction and suggesting that these higher dimensions may be very, very large.

If this is the wrong forum I apologize ahead.

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