Scientists have been attempting to answer a rather sticky question related to quantum physics: Why does quantum matter behave erratically? In 1954, a young Princeton University doctoral candidate named Hugh Everett III came up with a radical idea: That there exist parallel universes, exactly like our universe. These universes are all related to ours; indeed, they branch off from ours, and our universe is branched off of others.
Physicists studying the quantum level noticed some peculiar things about this tiny world. For one, the particles that exist on this level have a way of taking different forms arbitrarily. For example, scientists have observed photons -- tiny packets of light -- acting as particles and waves. Even a single photon exhibits this shape-shifting [source: Brown University]. Imagine if you looked and acted like a solid human being when a friend glanced at you, but when he looked back again, you'd taken a gaseous form.
This has come to be known as the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. The physicist Werner Heisenberg suggested that just by observing quantum matter, we affect the behavior of that matter. Thus, we can never be fully certain of the nature of a quantum object or its attributes, like velocity and location.
Thought experiment is called quantum suicide. It was first posed by then-Princeton University theorist Max Tegmark in 1997 (now on faculty at MIT). A thought experiment is an experiment that takes place only in the mind. The quantum level is the smallest level of matter we've detected so far in the universe. Matter at this level is infinitesimal, and it's virtually impossible for scientists to research it in a practical manner using traditional methods of scientific inquiry.
Other researchers in Physics have claimed that there are several parallel universes that may be accessed through an opening by bending space and time. These parallel universes may be so different in our perception that with conventional physics we may never find where they are and how to get there. The concept is that by accelerating to speeds greater than the speed of light it could take us there through an opening within our immediate vicinity. Transcendologists have claimed that we may not need to travel thousands of light years into a black hole to go there; that is just one of the ways to approach the parallel Universes. Our mind and spirit has the psychic power that can make us travel through the nearest opening into these parallel Universes. Many people who have had near death experience have reported similar happenings and some have claimed to move into a parallel universe through a tunnel with a while light at its end.
How can this be explained it with physics? Our spirit or soul is a source of electromagnetic energy that it can infinitely amplify if needed. Inner satisfaction of a soul results in elevation of this energy. We can possibly move into these parallel Universes using intense electromagnetic flux with the help of dark energy? The problem is that if we try to do this by using physical means we encounter a situation that is infinitely impossible to achieve. But by accelerating through a black hole or applying dark energy in a suitable manner in the immediate vicinity theoretically can take us to a parallel Universe. A much better way is to traverse to a parallel Universe through our inbuilt psychic power.
When our spirit is allowed freedom through death or through transcendental meditation, the unleashed electromagnetic flux creates this miracle where it can find an opening to a parallel Universe within its vicinity. Several religious prophets in various religions as well as others have experienced near death experience and have claimed to travel to parallel universes. Most of them report experiencing a part of oneness and tranquility. They also report experiencing a completeness of knowledge.
We are slowly finding answers to electromagnetic fields and the energy that controls this universe. Other parallel Universes may not work in the same way. Could this be the reason why the energy or spirit in this Universe is part of tranquility and eternity in another Universe? A Transcendologist from the USA has now verified this. When he had a near-death experience in 1956 at age fifteen his soul traveled into a higher-level parallel universe. What happens to us after death has now been made clear. He twice repeated this experiment in 2001 when he placed his body in stasis and used his psychic power via transcendental meditation to again access this parallel universe where spiritual life thrives.
Bohr, Niels (Henrik David) (1885-1962), a Danish physicist was one of the pioneers in the development of modern atomic theory. Bohr was awarded the 1922 Nobel Prize in physics for his work on atomic structure and radiation, especially for a theory he developed in 1913. It states that electrons revolve around the nucleus of an atom in fixed orbits and jump from one orbit to another only when absorbing or radiating energy. Bohr was described by Albert Einstein as one of the greatest discoverers of our age in the scientific field." Bohr said, "Anyone who is not shocked by quantum theory has not understood it."
The theoretical field has already progressed tremendously since its inception more than a century ago. Although he had his own interpretation of the quantum world, Bohr may have accepted the later theory that Hugh Everett introduced concerning the Many Worlds.
Mark Whitlock said, “Does the idea of a Supreme Being, a God, existing in one of these 'other' parallel universes seem even remotely probable? Whether its Q in Star Trek, or Deism, or Allah-Buddha-Jesus - it seems we're too embarrassed (or are we cultural cowards?) to ask this simple question that might bring some continuity to the discussion of science AND religion?”