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meaning | ˈmēni ng |
what is meant by a word, text, concept, or action
intended to communicate something that is not directly expressed

| ˈmēni ng fəl |
having meaning
• having a serious, important, or useful quality or purpose

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

The Dimension of Sound

As we go through the path of understanding who we are and why we're here, there are simple answers that can help us make sense of the world, or Universe, in which we live. For most of us, the existence of the Universe is something we take for granted and not something that we give a lot of thought to. That is the stuff of theoretical physicists and not something that we have much more than a scientific interest in understanding.

However it turns out that the fabric of our Universe is not all that different than the reality that we experience each and every day. And through this understanding of the big picture being similar to our little picture, we can find understanding and meaning in our own lives. Through this understanding we can discover how to find true happiness, achieve our dreams and understand ourselves.

So while you've probably never cracked a book on string theory or the physics of our Universe, take a quick peak at M-Theory as beautifully described on PBS:

Now that we understand how vibration plays a role in the Universe itself (e.g. the vibrating strings) take a closer look at the vibrational aspects of the sense of smell:

Connecting the dots brings us to a theory of our Universe which explains our purpose. The senses that we take for granted are actually dimensional planes which enable us to communicate. Each and everyday we communicate through sound in the form of talking. Vibrations that begin in your vocal cords emanate out and become sound waves of energy traveling through space and time. When they reach the recipients ears these vibrations are decoded (inside your brain) to make words. However it is the vibration itself which is the communication.

By thinking of our Universe as a slice of bread that is parallel to other Universes, we begin to peel back the onion of everything. The eleven dimensions of M-Theory are much more than sign posts of our Universe. They're the means by which we interact in our world and contain the keys to unlock the secrets of life.

But that is the subject of another day.

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