*If our universe continuously branches off based on the events within that universe; then to a "god-like" superdimensional observer trying to pin down a single universe based on their snapshot view of it is like man trying to pin down the location of a subatomic particle.*

**Dimensions 0 - 10 + 1**

0: a point in space

1: a line

2: a plane

3: a cube

4: Trajectory (Time)

5: A world of "tangent" realities branching off.

6: A plane of parallel universes and variations

7: An infinity of parallel universes and variations with with same starting conditions (Big Bang)

8: An infinity of all possible universes with different initial conditions

9. An infinity of all possible universes, conditions, and laws of physics.

10. Everything has been covered. The totality of all.

11. The brane/bulk to which the "ultimate infinity" is attached to by one dimensional strings.

I didn't make that up. That is what each dimension represents in String/M Theory. It is a descriptive example of how these higher dimensions are compactified on top of our own. What the strings are "vibrating through".

Compactification is a matter of perspective. The ant on the mobius strip travels along a 2D path in 3 dimensions. If you consider the ant on the strip as 2 dimensional. It has no conception of the third dimension it's moving in.

That same concept.

As humans we are limited to 3 dimensional awareness. Though we can plot our retrospective trajectory to the present we can still only experience a single point in our 4 dimensional trajectory at any one time.

Beyond "the present" is the course your current trajectory will take you should you stay course unchanged.

That is the space/time continuum.

In this article: https://phys.org/news/2014-12-universe-dimensions.html

The following is said for dimension 5:

If we could see on through to the fifth dimension, we would see a world slightly different from our own that would give us a means of measuring the similarity and differences between our world and other possible ones.

Too bad we are limited to 3 dimensional representations of our world.

What if that can also say: "In one world the photon travels through this slit and hits [HERE] and in that world the photon traveled through that slit and hits [THERE]. Of course you can only see one outcome per photon...

Though the focus in dimension 5 is on *a world *different than our own, this can be thought of as a way of illustrating antecedence in wave collapse.

**NOT FAIR! You Changed The Outcome By Measuring It!**

Double Slit Experiment

The aforementioned experiment proves particles exist as a wave until observation at which point they become plotted particles.

Is the wave pattern on the wall evidence of 5th dimensional "worlds slightly different than our own"? Can you ask that question without sounding retarded? It does seem like a working way to see the possible alternative outcomes.

Swap photons for yourself. If the 5th dimension is represented by a world slightly different than our own, then the "wave pattern" to our experience represents the range of outcomes from any 3D snapshot we take. You find subatomic-like uncertainty in a universe where everything that happens splits off continuously.

Consider yourself walking towards stairs. At the bottom you decide to jog up it. At that point there is a 5 dimensional split off the world where you sat on step 2 and smoked a joint. Just because you can only experience one does not rule out the others existing.

My "thinking" on this is: Everything must experience the dimensions similarly. The particles existing as a wave unobserved must be akin to our indeterminate futures existing as possible outcomes. Taking the 3 dimensional snapshot of the 4 dimensional trajectory collapsing from a probability wave that follows 5 dimensional rules.

We can only perceive a wave because, as said, our "snap shots" are limited to 3 dimensional awareness.

If the 5th dimension requires antecedence than the 6th dimension is a plane of different antecedent possibilities.

**On Up**

6 dimensions would be like "Quantum Leap", "Sliders" parallel world shit and there is no guarentee you even exist. This cannot be reached without a "god mode" around time and space. At least in 5 dimensions you have an assured existence... unless it splits into the one where you die.

As you go ascend through the dimensions you will reach a "brane limit".

8th dimension: An infinity of all possible universes with different initial conditions

9th dimension. An infinity of all possible universes, conditions, and laws of physics.

10th dimension. Everything has been covered. The totality of all. Ultimate infinity.

**Working in an 11th dimension**

11th Dimension: "Ultimate Infinity" (10D) existing as brane in bulk. Another compactified dimension to tie our strings to a sheet of sorts. This may also be the limits of current mathematical expression if you consider branes to be the "sheets in a cosmic bulk"... of an indeterminate amount of branes, likely also infinite.

The 11th dimension is counter-intuitive, because you want to see it as a reset of the beginning of even more superpositional states.

In contrast, they are "branes disconnected". There is no branch off our own into another. They are a totality in and of themselves so we need not express it by saying any more than, "an unknown amount of other branes".

**The Cosmological Constant **

What if it is as simple as: "This is a universe where a cosmological constant is accelerating the expansion of space due to reason not yet fully understood." And that acceleration would be present in every 3D snapshot of our 4D trajectory. There is nothing to eliminate certain rules of our 5D branching. Every branch we can reach would have the same cosmological constant, whatever that is.

**Extras: **

• This also would mean that you could only go backwards with time travel. And then live it out again. With the uncertainty in predicting our position in space/time, it would be impossible for a time traveller to follow that same path again with their knowledge of the situation.

• This can also mean; quantum mechanics is right, the standard model is right, all 5 string and M- theory are all right, and the many worlds interpretation is right if you consider the 5th dimension as the transition to superpositional states that can no longer be observed in 3D in any form. This due to the uncertainty in pinning down any location in space/time and making predictions therein. By the time we observe our universe it is already somewhere else.

And although this all sounds like stoned trolling, this is a theory for a way to relate quantum mechanics to our standard model lives, and may also be **utter pseudoscientific nonsense, which would fit my posting history in this regard. ** Anyway, I will now title this "Superpositional Unification Theory", unless its already named something else or that name already exists.

Thoughts?