How A Multidimensional Universe Allows Non-Locality


From the perspective of dimension 'one,' dimension 'two' appears to be in two difference places at the same time. It is not. It is an illusion created by dimensional confinement*. So, imagine that dimension two is a metal ring that can be tapped with a hammer to make a vibrational event. In dimension one, this vibrational event would appear to be occurring in two places at one, simultaneously. In a sense it is, but the two 'entangled' columns are actually just a single dimensional element, as illustrated above.

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