Exploring Hyperspace (#H295)
Saul-Paul Sirag reviews the history of our understanding of higher dimensions, from early ideas of the "fourth dimension" to the early 20th century dimensional theory that proved to be successful in unifying electromagnetism and gravity. This search for unification has lead to continued exploration of higher dimensional space.
Saul-Paul Sirag is a theoretical physicist who has developed a model utilizing hyperspace to unify Einstein's theory of general relativity with quantum mechanics.
Consciousness and Hyperspace (#S480)
Nineteenth century theologians developed the idea of multiple dimensions to explain the idea of God in scientific language. Physicist Saul-Paul Sirag discusses current theories of multiple dimensions, which have been fabricated to account for sub-atomic interactions, and the implications of these theories for the psychology and technology of the twenty-first century.
|"The whole idea really is that space-time, the four-dimensional system of Einstein, is just a subspace of this much higher dimensional space. And so the three-dimensional space that is the space of our ordinary experience is very much an illusion."|