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Message Subject One light source = 3 dimensions EDIT: 4 dimensions
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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One light source (laser beam in a holographic computer simulation) will create 3 dimensions. One in pure energy (light or dark) form, one in physical material form and one in dark matter form.

So 4 light sources equal 12 dimensions, but 3 of these dimensions are kinetic. The other 9 are pure potential energy realms.

Remember, every dimension has its' bilaterally symmetric counterpart as well as its' mirror image, so this actually makes 36 dimensions. But I'm sure there are more.

Proxima Centauri, our closest star and a red dwarf is one of these light sources. But this dark energy light gets caught up in the sorta flat noble gas cloud of hydrogen that acts like a laser beam splitter, the first beam splitter to be exact. Everything fractals from there, like mandlebrots. Think about electron shells...

Everything in this dimension moves in and out of the electron shells, but in the "above" and "below" electrons only move out OR in, depending on the quality of the material. More refined material (dark energy) will be spun out and heavier UNREFINED (read zombies here) will be transmuted into dark matter. Too much dark matter and the universe collapses in on itself because dark matter acts like gravity (Pentaquarks). Too much dark energy and the universe stretches itself into a big rip.

How does this affect you?

How pure is the material in your body? How pure is your consciousness? Because THAT is the fuel that runs the universe.
 Quoting: Tampa Heather

How about...... NO.

I mean, you have a basic understanding of it, but then go off on a few wild tangents and assume too much. Theories usually assume results from logical and/or deductive reasoning, not the processes themselves. If I were you.. I would go back to 3x3 dimensions, and learn a little bit about what we know about light through science.

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