We are in the curious situation today that our best modern physics and astrophysics theories predict that we should be experiencing extraterrestrial visitation, yet any possible evidence of such lurking in the UFO phenomenon is scoffed at within our scientific community," contends astrophysicist Bernard Haisch.
The scientists point to two key discoveries made by Australian astronomers and reported last year that there is a "galactic habitable zone" in our Milky Way Galaxy. And more importantly that Earth’s own star, the Sun, is relatively young in comparison to the average star in this zone -- by as much as a billion years.
Therefore, the researchers explain in their JBIS article that an average alien civilization would be far more advanced and have long since discovered Earth. Additionally, other research work on the supposition underlying the Big Bang -- known as the theory of inflation -- shores up the prospect, they advise, that our world is immersed in a much larger extraterrestrial civilization.
Given billion-year advanced physics, might not buzzing around the galaxy be possible?
Even today superstring theory hypothesizes other dimensions... which could be habitable Universes adjacent to our own, the researchers speculate. It might even be possible to get around the speed of light limit by moving in and out of these dimensions.
"What we have done is somewhat of a breakthrough," Haisch told SPACE.com. "We have pulled together various recent discoveries and theoretical issues that collectively point to the strong probability that we should be in the midst of one or more huge extraterrestrial civilizations," he said.
Haisch said that superstring dimensions and wormhole and spacetime stretching possibilities address the "can't get here from there" objection often argued in view of the interstellar, point-to-point distances involved. Also, diffusion models predict that even a single civilization could spread across the Galaxy in a tiny fraction of the age of the Galaxy - even at sub-light speeds, he said.
With the discovery of supersymmetry, the problem of negative mass particles was resolved, and scientists dubbed the new theory "superstring theory." However, they soon encountered a new obstacle: since a string exists in three-dimensional space, it can vibrate forward and backward, left and right, and up and down. The problem was that calculations based on this assumption yielded impossible results, such as infinite or negative mass and energy. The only way to cancel these results out was if the string could vibrate in nine independent spatial dimensions. This was a major roadblock, since it was widely thought that there are only three dimensions of space. The solution was to resurrect a theory made by Theodore Kaluza in 1919, that perhaps there was a fourth spatial dimension. He said that the fourth dimension was too small to be seen, and was curled up. A rough visual model for this is tiny loops at every intersection of a spacetime grid. (cont.)
Multidimensional Reality: UFO's And Aliens by Branton
Although scientific discoveries have proven that there is one overall 'reality' consisting of the full electromagnetic spectrum, there are many suggestions that there are 'facets' of this immense electromagnetic reality which are as yet unknown to us and which are erroneously referred to as 'other' dimensions. This is not necessarily the case, as there is evidence that what some see as other dimensions are actually various different facets of the ONE multi-faceted superdimension we call 'reality'. For instance, it is theoretically possible that another 'world' may exist on the other 'side' of the electromagnetic reality in which we live, an anti-matter world or realm or possibly a world invisible to us yet no less 'solid' existing on the opposite or reverse electromagnetic 'polarity' from our own. Scientists have mathematically proven that anti-matter does exist. Many writers have theorized about the existence of an 'alternate' world where the flow of time might be different from that as we know it. One such author was C. S. Lewis . There have been many accounts however which suggest that people have vanished into or appeared from such a region. Based on the suppositions, both fictional and para-scientific, the one electromagnetic reality might consist of three major facets. 1) The world of the 'Living' in which we find ourselves, 2) the world of the 'Dead' or the spirit realm as it in known among many religions and which may consist of electromagnetic energy itself, 3) and possibly although uncertainly a 'para-physical' realm invisible to us though no less solid, which might exist in an opposite polarity of the electromagnetic reality-spectrum in which we find ourselves, and which may be inhabited by entities who have somehow found their way there from the other two realms, and which might be referred to as the land of the 'Living-Dead' since it seems from both fictional and theoretical accounts that it is a realm where physical and supernatural flow together, a possible realm of intense conflict between good and evil. (cont.)