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Hyperspace A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes Time Warps and the 10th Dimension Imagine a you are sitting next to a pond Now imagine such as how the fish in that pond would view the world around them Living their entire lives in the pond the fish would believe that their universe consisted of the murky water and the lilies Spending most of their time foraging on the bottom of the pond they would be only dimly aware that an alien world could exist above the surface The nature of that world would be beyond their comprehension You could sit only few inches from the fish yet be separated from them by an immense chasm You and the fish lives would be spent in two distinct universes never entering each others world yet were separated by only the thinnest barrier the waters surface Now imagine that you are in a rainstorm next to the same pond You notice that the ponds surface was bombarded by thousands of tiny raindrops The ponds surface would eventually become turbulent and the water lilies were being pushed in all different directions To the fish the water lilies would be getting pushed around by themselves without anything pushing them Since the water around them would appear invisible much like the air and space around us they would be baffled that the water lilies could move around by themselves Now imagine that there is fish scientists that would concoct clever invention called a force in order to hide their ignorance Unable to comprehend that there could be waves on an unseen surface they would conclude that lilies could move without being touched because a mysterious invisible being called a force acted between them They might give this illusion impressive names such as action-at-a-distance Many scientists believe we are like the fish swimming contentedly in that pond We live our lives in our own
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