UFO Conjectures

Friday, November 18, 2016

Parallel Worlds Interact With Ours

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6 Comments:

  • Very good timing, almost weird. I was just writing my, uh, latest novel (I write them but nobody publishes, at least not yet...everybody keep your fingers crossed...and let´s keep this our little secret, ok?). Well, it´s about many things but at one point there´s a discussion about paranormal phenomena between a scientist who researches this stuff and an independent investigator. OK, now I´m going to be so presumptuous that I quote myself (hastily translated to English):
    – We believe that in some places or circumstances the walls or the branes between the parallel worlds can be thinner than usual. This would allow some kind of exchange of information between two universes. Maybe even some kind of apparitions.
    – Apparitions?
    – Right. Through the ages people have seen weird things. Ghosts, gods, UFOs. Still these beings always seem to be strangely incorporeal even theu can leave physical evidence.
    – And these would be some visions from an other universe?
    – Yes. Or maybe some beings really can travel to our universe, even for a short while.
    OK, so now you know why I read about UFOs and strange stuff...for inspiration : )...but seriously, could these interactions between different universes really explain some UFO weirdness? Or better, could this lead to some theory that would allow us to investigate the UFO phenomena scientifically as we could somehow predict when and where theu would appear?? (I´m not holding my breath but still....)
    Sorry, I got bit excited, but it´s Saturday and everything...

    JC

    By Blogger Jerry Cornelius, at Saturday, November 19, 2016  

  • For me, Gerald...

    The occasional appearance of UFOs, ghosts, and other apparitions, slipping through an inter-dimensional breach or glitch between universes makes more sense than a bevy of queer things showing up via an interplanetary vanguard, as I've often noted here.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Saturday, November 19, 2016  

  • Rich,

    I agree, absolutely. (Or maybe these "glitches" are bugs in the code of that simulation that we´re living in...but I know you´ve discussed about this before, too).
    BTW, isn´t it funny/weird/scary that the most unprobable theory of UFOs, the ETH, is the most well-known to a point of cliché? Now, there´s a UFO conspiracy!

    JC

    By Blogger Jerry Cornelius, at Saturday, November 19, 2016  

  • The ETH is okay with me...

    I even, as you know, think that some UFO sightings may have been (and still are) von Neumann probes of an AI-kind.

    The problem with that is the score of UFOs seen over the years and especially during the modern era.

    Does it make sense that AI probes would proliferate, like rabbits, to scour this Earth? The mind boggles.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Saturday, November 19, 2016  

  • Rich

    I don´t (can´t) completely exclude the ETH but, yes, the problem is that there are so many close encounters that it would be very very weird if all these were genuine contacts with ETs. But how to separate the real ones from the imaginary/hoaxes/whatever??
    OTH, I´ve been thinking that the real contact with an alien intelligence would probably be pretty...strange. I mean, what it would be to contact a completely different creature (different evolution, different biology, different psychology...you get the point). Wouldn´t that be a scary experience? Really strange? Almost psychotic, actually? Well, isn´t that what many close encounters are? I´m not saying (or thinking) that they´re "real" encounters with ETs but on the other hand, wouldn´t that kind of madness be expected?
    Of course we can´t know how strangely (according to human standards) those von Neumann probes are programmed... (Or maybe they´re van Neumann probes gone mad after too many replications?)

    JC

    By Blogger Jerry Cornelius, at Saturday, November 19, 2016  

  • The new Arrival movie addresses this.

    And your suggestion that the von Neumann AI probes may have gone "mad" from too many replications sounds good to me.

    But how many probes can there be? Did the things go mad, thousands of years ago and are out of control now?

    I've posted the idea that the probes are attracted to what they think are intelligent machines like they are, thus the sightings at nuclear installations.

    However, that idea is disputed by the Robert Taylor encounter in Scotland [1979].

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Saturday, November 19, 2016  

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