Posts Tagged ‘ space ’

We Need More Time!

In physics there are many theories on the ways of the world, the universe, everything around us. Some theories involve 3 dimensions, others 4 and one theory, gaining more traction in the physics community has 9 dimensions.

The common factor among these theories? Time.

Every prominent theory of physics involves multiple space dimensions and 1 complimenting time dimension.

This however is an unfortunate pattern of habit. Many of the space dimensions are argued to be so small we cannot currently detect them in any way. From the common eye, to hyper powerful microscopes and detectors its just way too small.

Now with time… the idea is that it’s an all-encompassing dimension.. The dimension of time. However, what would that dimension of time be doing if you were to watch something change at such a slow pace that to any of us it would look like time is not happening at all?

Not much could be said about exactly what these effects could be but there’s a possibility that this second dimension of time would be the dimension that merges space with the currently seen time dimension.

This second dimension would be seen as the thing that receives spacial information from the absolute smallest objects in existence and allows things to then change and alter their course. Which would then expand and transition into the time we know of in our every day lives.

Black holes have this phenomenon. To anyone outside the hole anything that passes through the event horizon would look like it has stopped completely. This however is a very very large-scale view at the absolutely undetectable changes that take place in the T2 dimension.


~Gaian Helmers



A Strange Look at Earth

Continuing on with Monday’s “A Strange Look” I’d like to talk about the Earth. What is very normal to us, is really very bizarre in a grander view of things.


Earths core is a spinning ball of iron wrapped in an ocean of liquid hot iron.

Earth has oceans of H2O and Mineral spires and chasms. The H2O oceans drench the surrounding land by falling from the sky.

Strangely these oceans of H2O have allowed Earth to become riddled with creatures that dig, grow, eat, fly, live, die, run and a long long list more upon its surface. It is a comfortable -50C to 60C temperature and it lacks greatly in natural gasses and diamonds.


It has ecosystems that span from, thick unchartable jungle, to dry arid desert, to caustic freezing wastelands and everything inbetween.


It’s hard to really comprehend from the perspective we have but earth is quite a strange planet.


To summarize it in a theoretical quote kinda way…

“You mean your planet doesnt have 3 month long dust storms? Weird”

“You mean your planet doesn’t have oceans of methane? What do you drink to stay alive?”

“Woah, your planet is -40C? Thats blazing hot. How can you stand it?”


~Gaian Helmers



It has been said for quite some time that nothing can go faster than the speed of light. However we all talk about multiples of light speed in Sci-fi shows and movies all the time… Who’s right?

Scientists say that when the big bang happened light just ended up starting off everywhere. It didn’t radiate out of the center point that everything else did. This is supposed to validate that not even light can go faster than light speed. However it makes more sense to say that within the confines of time space you cannot perceive mentally or physically anything faster than light speed. That doesn’t mean nothing goes faster than it. It just means that things fall out of the fabric when they do in fact go that fast.

Think of it as a needle and thread. When you’re passing the needle through the fabric, we can all see that its there but when the needle has come out the other side and is being positioned for the next strike it is undetectable to the fabric.

In fact this is further validated by the fact that a needle and thread is a wave pattern much like the many waves in reality: Radio, Radiation, Light, Infrared, Electro Magnetic, etc.

So next time you turn on your light remember that it may not be shining faster than the speed of light but at the dawn of time light got the jumpstart on the whole universe by threading itself through spacetime.


~Gaian Helmers