by Marinus Jan Marijs
Several attempts have been made to connect the concept of higher mathematical dimensions with life after death. The physical world on a macroscopic level can be described within three dimensions. Theories that operate with different mathematical concepts as the four dimensional Riemann, the infinite dimensional Hilbert space, and the ten dimensional string theory, however operate a physical level. While Riemann’s theory applies to macroscopic bodies, a Hilbert space is an abstract vector space, and the ten dimensional string theory, do operate on a physical level, be it at a microscopic level. This is still as David Bohm describes the explicit order, the physical world. The higher ontological worlds, traditionally called heavens are Bohm’s implicated orders. These are for the most part three dimensional be it that these have very strong non-local aspects, such as telepathic communication and immediate translocation.