When I was a child I spent years reading up on black holes, worm holes, neutron stars and that fact that a teaspoon of matter from a neutron star could be so dense that it would weigh something like 15,000,000 lbs on earth. For such a young brain, this really jump-started my imagination into creative short story writing. Over the years, those passions have become lost to time but I have rediscovered them quite recently.
So I went and witnessed Christopher Nolan’s Sci-Fi masterpiece, Interstellar, and was deeply impressed by the visuals of intergalactic space beyond the reach of our own solar system. The movie’s main lead is, Matthew Mcconaughey, who also starred in another favorite film of mine that is over a decade old – Robert Zemeckis’s movie; Contact, which also involved Interstellar travel through a wormhole with the assistance of extraterrestrial beings. These extraterrestrials received television signals from earth and reciprocated with a codified response on how to construct a machine that would send a human into Interstellar space. Both of these movies are mind-blowing and should remind us that we as human-beings often severely underestimate the undiscovered possibilities and hidden capabilities ingrained in our own innate humanity. I am not going to offer any spoilers for these films; I just want people to see them and appreciate them for what they are. We need more cinematic content like this to foster more serious exploration into the unknown instead of shunning it and moving backwards. Humanity needs to get beyond rocket ships and airplanes. Interstellar is the sort of film that breaks the norm that most movies can’t seem to move beyond. It is a call-to-action to change our own reality before it is too late. Let’s not wait until we are on our deathbed.
Upon waking up this morning I was thinking to myself that I would like to become a fifth dimensional being traveling between the 11 dimensions of our Multiverse. We are not talking a Universe here, but multiple realities brushing up against our own perceived existence. We are not alone in the Universe (or Multiverse). Personally, I believe the Creator is at the helm of it all.
How do we know that some of the anomalous activities (paranormal mysteries) that manifest on the earth every day aren’t direct physical evidence that Earthlings coexist with neighboring dimensions? Perhaps the UFO Hotspots that have gained notoriety in different parts of the world are actually locations of port-holes for different types of inter-dimensional travelers. Maybe earth is simply another way-point for these multiple varied intelligences? Yes, I’m speculating but we need to have this dialogue occurring more frequently, every day, hence why my brother and I are organizing a UFO Festival in Southern Utah next summer. We are at a crossroads where science, revelation, and new mind-boggling technologies will force major disclosure that Humanity is not alone. We have been and are being watched, observed and studied by a variety of non-earthly visitors.
We are not alone in the multiverse! ;)
Jonathan Smith says
Occam’s razor dictates that the simplest answer tends to be the correct one. The simple answer is, we are not alone in the universe which is pretty dang logical.
You have made some decent points here. Gives me something to think about! :)
Sounds like Skinwalker Ranch for sure! Maybe that’s what’s going up there!?!?
Sarah Manning says
Sounds like a stretch but then again, I’m not much of a physicist. I would like to see interstellar!