Weed smokers and fourth Dimension
As we know that we all are living and experience a three-dimension world where we can experience through our five senses. But what if you want to experience the fourth dimension of consciousness.
The fourth dimension that scientist describes isn’t time, although time is popularly called the fourth dimension. … As the realm of God or the gods, of higher states of consciousness, of miracles and other so-called supernatural events, a higher dimension was necessary for the past.
The human imagination has been inspired for centuries by the possibility of a higher dimension. The ownership of this dimension was in the dubious hands of “charlatans, mystics, and science fiction writers”, to quote a recent article by Michio Kaku, the noted theoretical physicist, and best-selling author. Since Heaven can be considered a higher dimension, ownership should be extended to most religious people and many spiritual traditions. But Kaku wasn’t writing to denigrate the concept of a reality beyond the five senses. Instead, he declares that the much-prized Theory of Everything, the holy grail of physics, may not be found without adding a fourth dimension to the three we all navigate in.
This is more than an abstract question. The fourth dimension that Kaku describes isn’t time, although time is popularly called the fourth dimension. Rather, physics needs a fourth or fifth or more spatial dimension (hyperspace) to make mathematical sense of the universe. For fifty or sixty years this goal has proved impossible to reach. The problem is that the four basic forces in nature — gravity, electromagnetism, and the weak and strong forces — are so different from one another that only looking to a higher dimension of “vibration” could hold the key to unifying them.
What most fascinates me isn’t this scientific pursuit but its implications for everyday life. Kaku holds that the fourth dimension is inconceivable to the human brain, and he points to evolution as the reason why. Our survival depended on operating skillfully in three dimensions, which allowed our ancestors to judge how to locate and kill the game and how to elude prey. An extra dimension wasn’t necessary until mathematics and the frustration of physicists made it so.
How to feel the fourth dimension?
According to research the addiction of weed people can sense 30 % of the fourth dimension, although it’s difficult to share the experience of weed because it doesn’t keep a person in one state in the same time, The dimensions are becoming static while smoking weed and a person can easily sense the fourth dimension.