Discovering Hyperspace
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My father deceased on March 25, 1985. I remember that in February 1985, Professor Parolari and I used to discuss the necessity of taking various temporal dimensions into account. .........................................................................................
In my opinion, after mankind discovered the club, the greatest discovery in human history is Hyperspace, the Cosmos, as I use to call it. I may not be quite the right person to say these words, but common sense indicates that it is impossible to overstate the importance of this discovery, the discovery of a world that is unbelievably greater than the Universe we know. Multidimensional mathematical spaces are known since the end of the XIXth century. The allegation that physical space is multidimensional is something new. The statement that metric dimensions meet infinite chronic dimensions is new and revolutionary to such an extent that it not merely scares off, but offends editors of scientific papers. .........................................................................................
Cosmos is the entirety of all possible infinite metric dimensions and the entirety of infinite chronic dimensions. .........................................................................................
In my book (Hypergeometry © Copyright 1995), I tell the story of the ant and the fly. .........................................................................................
Take a piece of poisoned chalk and draw a circle. In the middle, put a piece of sugar. Using its three-dimensional intuition, an ant, an essentially two-dimensional little creature, smells the sugar thanks to its three-dimensional intuition. But the sugar is barricaded. Whatever it tries, there is no way to reach the sugar, for it is surrounded by the poisoned chalk. Now, a fly (taking advantage of its three-dimensional ability), is showing up. The fly also smelled the sugar. As a matter of fact, the fly is a three-dimensional creature that can reach the sugar flying, thus without having to cross the poisoned chalk barrier. The fly lands on the sugar and licks it joyfully. Once satisfied, the fly takes off. The ant is two-dimensional though not stupid, and quite disappointed not to be able to do what the fly did, perfectly understands the fly’s trick. .........................................................................................
This is how we should be. We are imprisoned in three metric dimensions and one single chronic dimension, but we can, we must, use our mental eye to understand Cosmos. .........................................................................................
Premonition is a scientifically proven matter of fact. If time goes by like we used to think to this date, it is quite difficult to understand how one con foresee, or better say, see, the future. The flow of time is a gaol in which we are confined. The flow of time does not exist. All is present. Premonition is theoretically possible. It has been proven that premonition exists. Our concept of time is very limited. .........................................................................................
The Second Law of Thermodynamics gives a direction to the phenomenon we use to call irreversible. Indirectly, this causes time to have an imperative direction. We all know that, if we run a film backward, the ball goes up the hill. Why, in our world, the ball cannot cool and go up the hill? Because the Second Law of Thermodynamics tells the ball how to behave. For the very same reason, sand passes from one bulb to the other in an hourglass and marks our time without mercy!
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This discovery, as can be seen, will not overthrow just Physics, but Philosophy proper, as well as human knowledge as a whole. It founds many things many religions have been teaching us for centuries! It is a truth much greater than we can imagine when intuition makes us point a given sens and say: it is written!
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