In our world, human beings can naturally experience 4 dimensions: 3 spatial dimensions and the dimension of time. However, through scripture and studies, scientists and philosophers have theorized there are at least 10 dimensions at work in our world.
How are these intelligent minds coming to these conclusions and what does that mean for our experience and understanding of our world?
Although many may contribute theories of dimensions to the legendary Einstein, Maimonides (a jewish philosopher) set forth a similar ideology 700 years earlier! Yes, 700 years! Rather than rely on modern scientific methods or technology, Maimonides took a deep dive into scripture to find a deeper understanding of life as we experience it.
Through his intensive study of the holy book, Maimonides came to find aspects of God’s creations that we cannot experience. Some examples being spiritual time, spiritual space, spiritual light, spiritual mass, and spiritual energy. To Maimonides, understanding these realms were vital in understanding who God is, who we are, what is to come, and how we are to get there.
Fast forward to 2008, and CERN (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, or European Council for Nuclear Research) launched the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) to further explore our dimensions. The main goal of CERN is to gain a deeper understanding of our world, the glue that holds it together, and how it was created.
The LHC is a 17-mile long accelerator that lies 300 feet underground, which is used to accelerate particles to a point of collision. When particles collide, they “communicate” with each other, producing unknown reactions, or new particles.
While the thought of creating brand new particles may sound exciting and revolutionary, some scientists find concern in the uncertainty of what the collisions may produce.
In fact, well-known scientist, Stephen Hawking, had qualms about the CERN project and what it may produce for man-kind. In fact, Stephen Hawking declared that the Higgs Boson, a particle discovered by CERN, has the potential to destroy the universe. He stated that if CERN isn't careful, their high energy explorations of the subatomic world could set off an explosion that could end the universe. Although unlikely, even the potential of this event is frightening.
To date, CERN has not created any catastrophic events with their experiments, but they have discovered antimatter or dark matter. Antimatter is described as the energy that exists in our world that doesn’t have physical matter. Although knowledge of antimatter is fairly limited, the effects of this mysterious dark matter is unknown.
In fact, in one undisclosed university where antimatter was being stored, humans in the area began to be affected. There were reports of hallucinations, apparitions, and people acting strangely who had no history of this type of behavior. Some believed this was directly linked to the storage of antimatter on campus.
Some individuals have concerns that studies and experiments conducted with the LHC at CERN may produce an unwanted discovery of demonic and evil spirits.
Is this the work of Satan? Is the second coming of Christ on the horizon? There is no way of knowing for certain, but one thing is clear: We must stay true to the scripture of God, and put our faith in his word.
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