Dark Matter and Higher Vibrational Densities
I was watching a video that stated our bodies could be compressed into a handful of energy. It made me think about how big we are, physically, but how small we are in basic elements. That lead me to thinking about dark matter and how it might be related to higher dimensions. Dark matter can't be seen, but its affects are observed in the universe by gravitational pull. 99% of our universe is dark matter.
Is it possible that dark matter vibrates at a higher density level that's not observable to our density? Are we the 1% that exists on a lower vibrational level? When people die, does their energy become dark matter? Perhaps this is why it's so elusive?
I came across a Unified Field Theory article (a theory that explains the four fundamental forces of nature and brings together relativity and quantum mechanics in one theory) and noticed a correlation:
"Dark matter's sub atomic particles affect on matter is a new concept in that compression only plays a small part. The sub atomic particle contained within would be similar to heat that controls molecular movement or the enzyme that control metabolism. The atomic structure vibrates in relation to the amount of saturation of this particle present in matter. The higher the saturation, the higher the vibration rate of matter and its related physical plane of existence."http://www.grantchronicles.com/astro128.htm
This next article ties into the unified field theory and my hypothesis:
"dark matter really could be in the fifth dimension, with higher and lower concentrations that are part of the neighboring bits of the multiverse that are "just around the corner", at that additional right angle that the fifth dimension would be to the fourth: creating areas of higher gravity that, by virtue of their existence in the fifth dimension, have become part of the dark matter that has kept our universe from flying apart as quickly as cosmologists would have expected it to."http://www.tenthdimension.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?p=6514&sid=c5e80bddcad5f72a9c1dd8defc72e11a