What Is Hyperdimensional Physics?_Featured_, Quantum Physics Saturday, September 24th, 2011
Why is the storm known as the Great Red Spot on Jupiter appearing at 19.5 degrees and never goes away? Why is the largest volcano on Mars, Olympus Mons, at 19.5 degrees latitude? Could it be the same reason Hawaii is also at 19.5 degrees latitude on Earth? Why does Jupiter emit more energy than it receives from the Sun? All these events may be explained by Richard Hoagland’s theory of Hyperdimensional Physics (HD).
The effects of Hyperdimensional Physics become prevalent when a body is a state of rotation. Let me emphasize: rotation, rotation, rotation. According to the HD model, as a sphere rotates the HD properties can be seen as a tetrahedron, the simplest 3D shape, circumscribed within the sphere. If the point of one tetrahedron is at the pole of the sphere the other points would intersect at approx. 19.47 or 19.5 degrees latitude. After Hoagland had done extensive analysis of the Cydonia region of Mars where the infamous “face” was discovered, he found that 19.5 had been memorialized everywhere or like in the novel Contact, a message may have been given to us, in the form of mathematical equations.
Is this just crazy conjecture or is there some solid testable science behind this? Hyperdimensional Physics haunted the launch of the first U.S. satellite into space, Explorer I. Werner Von Braun, a Nazi who was brought into the fold of the U.S. space program with Operation Paperclip, headed up the project and was totally baffled as the satellite went 1/3 higher than the scientists had calculated. This was unheard of as fuel conservation, trajectory, and efficiency were carefully calculated and after all they were rocket scientists. What nobody knew is that the satellite had been designed to be spinning as it ascended and tapped into the HD physics giving it different properties of mass and energy.
Richard C. Hoagland isn’t just satisfied by studying and reading about hyperdimensional physics, he also knows how to test it himself. Using an Accutron watch which essentially has a tiny vibrating “tuning fork” design, he can measure the frequency of the Accutron and test his HD model. But how and where can he test this? The answer is an eclipse or with the transit of Venus. The idea is if a spinning body is between the Earth and the Sun, it may just register on the HD detector.
That is exactly what happened. When Hoagland went to Coral Castle in Florida to measure the Transit, the graph went off the chart. Once the frequency was in a steady state then at the tangent of Venus in the beginning of the Transit, the Accutron began to fluctuate erratically. He had confirmed what his late friend Bruce DePalma had also postulated with his own experiments.
Since the beginning of his research on Mars to the present day with Comet Elenin, Hoagland finds that he isn’t the only one that knows about Hyperdimensional Physics and 19.5. He sees 19.5 memorialized everywhere as a clue that there are others, “in the know.” For example, Apollo 11 (by the way Hoagland at that time was science advisor for Walter Cronkite at CBS), was to be launched from launch pad 39A. But why name a launch pad 39A and 39B? Two launch pads 39 divided by two gets you, yes you guessed it 19.5. Comet Elenin was discovered at magnitude 19.5 which is a coincidence? I think not. At the Wisdom conference Hoagland also suggested that there is a relationship between 19.5 and 33 from which 11 is also derived and that the Mayan Calendar was back timed to end at 11:11 on December 21st, 2012. Here is a link to some of the relationships between 19.5 and 33.
Hoagland will be discussing Comet Elenin and Hyperdimensional Physics at the Awake and Aware 2011 conference in Irvine, CA this weekend.