16th January 2018
Here is a trippy mind bender experiment — The Undulating Batman.
There is a veiled mystery behind this Van Gogh inspired painting titled “A Starry Night at Gotham City”.
This painting titled "A Starry Night at Gotham City" is made up of a landscape full of lines, rectangles and circles that have no notion of up or down. The simple mind bender experiment described in the video that follows this post can briefly whisk you away for a few moments to a perspective from another dimensional world - our world is just the 3D projection of that dimension. And that dimension may well be a shadow too – of a shape in a higher dimension. The very idea at the moment may seem so utterly inconceivable. Maybe!
Well, this experiment only tries to address one of the fundamental mysteries of neuroscience - a subtle link between the structure of the brain and how it processes information.
Topology is like a telescope and microscope at the same time. It can zoom into networks to find hidden structures—the batman in a moonlight Gotham skyline — and yet see the empty chaotic spaces—the clearings—all at the same time. A degree of organization in what previously seemed like "chaotic" patterns.
There is a short two minute video you will see at the end of this post, follow the onscreen instructions & see how your mind plays tricks on you - your visual cortex will let you experience for a fleeting moment, another dimension beyond spacetime. Enjoy !
The universe has its secrets, extra dimensions beyond space and time might just be one of the many other dimensions hitherto unknown.
At this time what is said here may not attract as much attention. But, some spacetime later this subtext may become relevant
If there is motion of our three-dimensional space relative to the fourth dimension, all the changes we experience and assign to the flow of time will be simply due to this movement, the whole of the future as well as the past has always existed in the next higher dimension.