Relativity and Cosmology

   

Can the Mind Perceive a 5-Dimensional Universe?

Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen

Some cosmological branches of physics have postulated that information can be stored in 5 dimensions. It has also been well established in quantum physics that observations can affect experimental results. There have been several published papers where an inexplicable intuitive, noetic, or dowsing response has been obtained when the mind’s intent is relating to the fifth dimension. To research the possible connection between these 3 concepts, this paper undertakes relevant quantitative scientific experiments in order to interpret this 5-dimensional response which is found in numerous diverse situations such as multi-body interactions, auras, the Kabbalah tree of life, peace grids, psi-lines, spirals in general, and a half sine wave. On analysis of these situations, a 5-dimensional response only seems to occur with two perceived geometries - lines and spirals. This paper explores these situations, and comes to the conclusion that as the mind is detecting universal laws of physics together with universal constants and bifurcations this five-dimensional phenomenon is not just a figment of the imagination but requires further scientific investigation. Key Words Mind, noetics, dowsing abstract geometry, 5th dimension, vortices, bifurcations, subtle energies, psi-lines

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[v1] 2014-05-31 04:45:11

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