19.5 and Hyperdimensional Physics
Richard C. Hoagland, retired NASA engineer, suggests an intrinsically changing physics, “affecting every known system of astronomical, physical, chemical and biological interaction differently over time -- because it affects the underlying, dynamical hyperspace foundation of ‘physical reality’ itself.” “And now, according to all accumulating evidence and this centuries-old physics... we are simply entering once again (after ‘only’ 13,000 years...) a phase of this recurring, grand solar system cycle ‘of renewed hyperdimensional restructuring of that reality."
Hoagland <http://www.enterprisemission.com/hyper1.html> thus makes an excellent argument that Hyperdimensional Physics is not only good science, but is highly relevant to our modern world.
For example, if one inscribes within a sphere, a tetrahedron with one point of the tetrahedron at the Pole of the sphere, then the other three points of the tetrahedron will lie at 120° intervals along a latitude of 19.4712...°.
This latitude corresponds, on a planetary scale, to possible sources of immense energy from the internal regions of a planet. For example: 1) Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii, 2) Iztaccihuatl and Popocatepetl volcanoes near Mexico City, 3) the absolutely huge Mare Orientale on the Moon’s far side (but near the edge of the Earth-side/far-side interface), 4) Olympus Mons on the planet Mars, (the solar system’s largest volcano), 5) the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 6) the Great Blue Spot on Neptune, and so forth, are all located at or very near to 19.5° latitude. In addition, The Great Pyramids of the Sun and Moon at Teotihuacan, Mexico are also located near this latitude, suggesting the ancient architects may have had an inkling of this “energy source”.
The significance of this hypothetical, inscribed tetrahedron is due to the somewhat esoteric belief that this geometrical anomaly may be connecting with other dimensions (outside of the four dimensional space-time continuum), and therefore represent the stuff of “tapping into the Zero-Point Energy” as envisioned by such researchers as Moray King and others. Additionally, Chris Tinsley has recently reported on an anti-gravitational effect (which may be tapping into the ZPE) by rotating a disc composed of superconducting material. This suggests that perhaps the more ideal experiment would be to rotate a tetrahedron shaped object -- or better yet a Merkaba (two tetrahedrons interlocked within an inscribed sphere). In either case, if the tetrahedrons were composed of superconducting material, the results could be stunning.
This extension, when plumbed to its depths, is shown to yield a wealth of information about the most profound properties of the universe. Basic mathematical theories demonstrate in agreement with ancient philosophical traditions, all of the universe is indeed connected, and furthermore that there are no limits to the available flow of energy via such connections.