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Re: Theos-World Re: Theosophical discoveries in space (correction)

Feb 23, 2006 09:40 PM
by leonmaurer

In a message dated 2/22/06 5:20:01 AM, writes:

> Now it is well known from the experience of space filghts (and
> theoretical physics teaches so, too) that "chemical action of
> terrestrial light" cannot distort spectrum and move the spectral
> lines, and the spectrum of the stars observed afar of the Earth is
> essentially the same as here, with that only exception that some
> frequences simply can't pass tgrough the atmosphere. They can be
> blocked by never can be changed. There was some proposition made that
> matter in other stars may be not the same as ours, and it only seems
> so due this distortion effect, but now we know that there is no such
> distortion and all matter is essentially the same.
How do we know that?   What if science's basic premise that all physical 
phenomena stems from metric matter, is wrong?  What if string theory (and 
theosophy) is right and there are hidden dimensions of energy-matter or different 
aspects of primal substance existing in multiple dimensions of primal space, and 
that our physical "space-time" is simply one aspect of that primal space that 
can be sensed or measured only with instruments which are part of this physical 


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