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Life is a vector projection, It starts with smaller span. The Error vector is large. That means the ‘life’ has a lot to learn. As it is recycled in the same vector space or 3-D Universe, the span is increased. As spans increase the projected life from Hyperspace (or vector in math terms) has less error from the projected goal. In every recycling of life, the vector attains less and less error. In other words ‘life’ becomes more knowledgeable and closer to perfection through reincarnation. Finally after recycling several times, the ‘Error Vector’ becomes zero. It attains the so-called ‘Nirvana’ in the physical 3-D Universe. The process then starts in other universes with higher dimensions. There are several stages of this part of the recycling. Superstring theory points out to ten dimensions.. According to some contemporary scientists, if our universe is the base, our life after reaching ‘perfection’ in this physical 3-D universe has to cross seven more universes, every higher universe has one more spatial dimension. It makes sense to call our universe the base since we are Type zero civilization and far away from even attaining Type 1 status.

After crossing all the seven stages or ‘heavens or universes’ the zero point energy form or life is ready to be part of the chilled universe that becomes the foundation of the Hyperspace and all creation.

India Daily Technology Team, India Daily 5 Comments [11/21/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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What. I dont think superstring works like that.

9/15/2009 12:59:51 PM

Anti - Dei

Totally, dude. Lemme have a smoke too.

8/15/2010 9:38:27 PM


Somehow, I doubt it.

8/16/2010 3:50:18 AM


8/16/2010 5:03:51 PM


Uh... No, just no.

3/17/2017 8:55:15 PM

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