Macroverse VS. Microverse

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Probable View of Atom: Exact Location of Electrons are Based Upon Probalities

Macroverse VS. Microverse

What is quantum mechanics?

Simply put, quantum mechanics is the study of matter and radiation at an atomic level.

Why was quantum mechanics developed?

In the early 20th century some experiments produced results which could not be explained by classical physics (the science developed by Galileo Galilei, Isaac Newton, etc.). For instance, it was well known that electrons orbited the nucleus of an atom. However, if they did so in a manner which resembled the planets orbiting the sun, classical physics predicted that the electrons would spiral in and crash into the nucleus within a fraction of a second. Obviously that doesn't happen, or life as we know it would not exist. (Chemistry depends upon the interaction of the electrons in atoms, and life depends upon chemistry). That incorrect prediction, along with some other experiments that classical physics could not explain, showed scientists that something new was needed to explain science at the atomic level.

If classical physics is wrong, why do we still use it?

Classical physics is a flawed theory, but it is only dramatically flawed when dealing with the very small (atomic size, where quantum mechanics is used) or the very fast (near the speed of light, where relativity takes over). For everyday things, which are much larger than atoms and much slower than the speed of light, classical physics does an excellent job. Plus, it is much easier to use than either quantum mechanics or relativity (each of which require an extensive amount of math).

What is the importance of quantum mechanics?

Quantum mechanics can describe some things, while classical physics cannot.

Macroverse VS. Microverse

Long ago, an unknown personage of ancient origin, according to the histories out of southern Persia, came into the Greek and Nile areas and began writing divine instructions for understanding the cosmos. These rules were filtered down throughout most of the rest of western culture, and a similar school began in the Far East oriented around the concepts of light and dark. Although the name of this person has been forgotten by the ages, his association with certain local concepts of deity, such as the baboon or ibis in Egypt and the messenger in Greece, has preserved the tradition he long ago began. The most famous of his dictums was, “as above, so below.” (Masonic) During the Roman era this philosophy was present in the economic division of patrician and plebian, while the essenes and nazorenes described themselves as “children of light and darkness.” However during the European dark ages this concept was rediscovered by alchemists, and the terms “macrocosm” (describing the cosmos) and “microcosm” (the unit), were derived.

Only now are we finding similarities to the cauduces or staff of the healer and the double helix of genetic DNA as the microcosm and the zen garden of forking paths and the filaments, walls and voids of the universe as the macrocosm. The pattern of phi/pi clearly emerges, where phi represents division and pi unification. Since division (as between filaments, nerves, genes during RNA replication or quantum waves) and unification (as for individual celestial spheres, the gamete progenerative cells, DNA packing inside of the nucleus in ribosomes or quantum particles) are obviously inverse of one another, like dark and light, it is cognitively dissonant for the unenlightened mind to perceive them as equivalent. Therefore, the idea accepted by the Greek philosophers, who began the first philosophical colleges in light of the wisdom of the ancient law giver, was that man must be separated from the cosmos in the same way that an idea itself — such as the idea of self— is separate from the ideal realm of the mind. This makes sense, because a light source, even one as prevalent as the sun, is only emitting rays into the darkness of the void, in the same way that ideas generate lines of reasoning that progress into unknown dreams. In this way the macroverse became associated with the realm of ideal — where phi and pi are one geometry, and the microverse with the real, given or material. Currently, scientists are seeking to discover a unified field theory, or grand unified theory (GUT) of everything. Until chaos theory became popular in USA from the mid-1970s to the early 1990’s these theories consisted of debates between MACHOs and WIMPs, or strong and weak centers of gravity.

The increased government funding of superconducting super colliders and magnetic particle accelerators following the Mideast oil embargo, however, allowed early computer program using, fractal generating mathematicians to exchange ideas with quantum physicists and this is how string theory began. According to string theory, the universe is comprised of a finite number of vibrating frequencies, and these are hyperspace dimensions, coiled up very tightly, that cause all pattern in matter. Chaos theory, which is the attempt to make the mathematically abstract axiom of the uncertainty principle more elegant using fuzzy logic systems, and string theory both miss the mark of Einstein’s own attempts at a unified field theory involving gravity, however Einstein was quick to admit that his own theories, too, were imperfect, and remained unconvinced of a gravitational constant as unifying ether.

Combined, these theories would spin off into the even more modern theories of the holographic universe, based on the Hindu Maya — an energy illusion, and quantum consciousness, attempting to account for esp. Another modern theory, called M-theory, doubles the dimensionality of the string frequency fabric of spacetime, making the chaos-fractal vibrations into waves of potential, passing effect through probabilities, and calling them dimensional branes. Each one of these theories is satisfactory in its data, however each is incomplete. The longer scientists wait to reveal to themselves what some ancients already knew long ago, the more these GUTs will pile up, until eventually we will need a GUT of GUTs. It is within the reach of every one of us to know that everything is one, and this generates wide belief in one god, but the mechanisms necessary to prove in order to convince others of the ways in which different things are similar elude the grasp of most, tainted as this is by the superstition of good routine and evil change.

The six fundamental questions of rhetorical reasoning lead us inevitably to a description of the universe as a dimensionally resonant, holognomonic metaform, an effect being the inverse reaction to a cause on each swing of the temporally motivated pendulum of quantum uncertainty.

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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

Sorry, I don't have any beer goggles for the questions implied by the diverse explanations of the universe both beyond and below the ATOM.

The core of the problem is SPACE, what is it and how does it function. There is huge amounts of space in the ATOM and in the UNIVERSE.

What is SPACE? Is it just nothing or is it the answer to the GUT?

Does SPACE affect the limitations of the Speed of Light?

Some people think that SPACE is just nothing.

If SPACE is nothing than All SPACE is the same, Nothing.

Could something in SPACE be the cultprit that doesn't allow a clear answer to whether Light is a Wave or a Particle?

just a few thoughts... ~:}


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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

OpinionDuck, A thinker...! Space: (my opinion) Now dimensionality within space is as one sphere within another, and as dimensionality passes on its circuit of manifestation, so space is changed over time, such that the sum over histories of space, or the multiverse, assumes a form to encompass this orbit, and thus takes on and is bound to the shape of the torus. So too does time, which remains a force outside of space that can only be observed as the speed of light squared, thus double itself about the diameter of the interior tube of the multiverse, wherein is the space of this universe, and, it is known by the forty five degree angle of its diagonal, takes up to itself the shape of a tesseract, or hypercube, of which much more shall be discussed duly. Thusly, spacetime is the interior surface of the sum over histories torus of the multiverse, and timespace is the exterior surface of the tesseract that comprises the force of hyperdimension. The relativity of dimensionality proceeds, therefore, thus: manifestation (the orbit of dimension) is the shadow cast by (pure) dimension; (multiple) dimension is the shadow cast by space; (space is the shadow cast by spacetime; spacetime is the shadow cast by timespace; timespace is the shadow cast by hyperdimension; hyperdimension is the shadow cast by time ... etc. shortened to...) space is the shadow cast by time; time is the shadow cast by manifestation. Black holes are the nuclei of galactic cells, and the singularities are its DNA. Just as mitochondrial DNA exists outside the nucleus of a cell, singularities can exist outside of black holes.

Half the universe is dead: we still see the light from distant stars even though they burned out long ago. The universe is a gravitational field bent into an expanding well the surface of which is comprised of matter-energy exchange and is measured by the speed of light. As the light moves inward on the surface of the spherical universe, gravity moves outward. Inside the third dimensional surface of the gravity field is the illusion of light we perceive as our universe. Outside the universe it glows faster than light tachyons. Inside the surface of the sphere are other dimensions, accessed in tachyons, coiled up very tightly and vibrating in superstrings, or microwave gravity, that cause the underlying harmonic resonance, or geometry, of the filaments of super clusters.

Grand Uniform Theory (GUT): The six fundamental questions of rhetorical reasoning lead one inevitably to a description of the universe as a dimensionally resonant, holognomonic metaform, an effect being the inverse reaction to a cause on each swing of the temporally motivated pendulum of quantum uncertainty.

Light: We are beings that are made out of matter-energy in the third dimension that undergoes interchange that are measured as being the fourth dimension. Time is like a holographic hypercube underlying the third dimension that is a shadow of a spatial object in the fourth dimension, light is the fifth dimension, measured as the speed of a photon, and whose substance, just as probability wells in fields of potential are the substance of the fourth dimension, is gravitational tachyonic microwave electromagnetic radiation. Tachyons move faster than photons, so to say that the speed of the photon is the measure of the fifth dimension is like saying that entropy in the third dimension is the only way to measure the temporal fourth dimension. This introduces an important concept: that time moves faster than matter-energy, and that light moves faster than time. This is to say that matter becomes energy when it reaches the speed of light, and that this is the backbone of the flow of entropy from past to future, or the measure of the concept of time. Because tachyons move faster than this speed, they do not obey the forward flowing arrow of entropy, or what is called time. There is still much debate about the concept of matter-energy interchange being dependent on the speed of the photon…

OK, I am taking my "Beer Goggles" off! Thanks for your input! I enjoy the dialog.


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

Thanks for your very detailed comment and while it was very interesting I don't agree with much of it.

Just my personal opinion.

I don't think that I saw an answer to my question on what limits the speed of light.

Time to me is not a dimension but just a means to measure changes. It is the change between events and the reason for the change that is of interest. Time merely frames the speed of these event changes.

In essence, time didn't change these events.

To be of any use to us, time has to be linear.

If time is not linear than the universe could have been created more recent or more older than we estimate it today.

Non linear time would be like playing your TIVO at multiple of normal speed or fractions of normal speed. This is great for TIVO but not so good in real life.

For us on Earth, the universe is of no real importance or use. Especially, if time is not linear.

We cannot change things in the universe and we cannot get far into the universe.

There may be a relationship between Light, Gravity and Dark Energy but how will that knowledge help us today?

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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

The speed of light is constant so gravity does not slow it down. Radio waves and gamma rays are exactly the same thing as light; they are just at different frequencies. Visible light, radio waves, x-rays, gamma rays and microwaves are all just different frequencies of electro-magnetic waves (EM waves). So gamma and radio waves are not slowed down by gravity.

Light in a vacuum travels at the speed you indicated - never slower and never faster. However the speed of light in water or glass does travel at slower speeds, but it is still a constant speed in that medium.

In a black hole it is true that the light cannot escape, so it is also true that radio and gamma rays cannot escape. Imagine a neutron star that is so massive that it is almost a black hole, light would escape the surface of this star and the speed would not be affected, however the light wave length would be greatly affected it would be red shifted, that is to say the wavelength would become much longer.

Google special relativity and you will be able to learn more about this interesting subject.

I don't think that there is an answer to why the actual speed of light is what it is.

E=mc2 comes out of the equations of General Relativity. Why is it exactly c2? I guess it says something fundamental about the relationship between mass, energy, and the speed of light, but that's just the way the universe is.

Our current understanding of the laws of physics say that nothing can go faster than the speed of light, and that objects with mass cannot even get up to the speed of light (it requires an infinite amount of energy). They have never gotten an electron to go faster than the speed of light (see above). The fastest electrons from an accelerator go about .999999 times the speed of light.

Have you considered possibility "time" may be parallel, and/or multi-dimensional..?

Stay tuned.. Must get my "Beer Goggles." Great questions. I do not know the answers. There are many "thoughts" about this question.


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

Thanks again for the detailed comment.

Your comment on the speed of light being constant and the speed changing going through water would also apply to my question on What is space. Could space be a medium such as water that limits the speed of light?

The Earth is moving through space for the lack of a better phrase in orbit around the Sun. The speed of the Earth in this journey is fairly constant or at least predictable. It is not even close to the speed of light, but we do't really know why at orbits at that speed.

It seems that at least there is no resistance in this orbit that is slowing the Earth down, and no outside force that is speeding the Earth up.

My point here is that classical physics can measure these orbits but cannot explain them.

Gravity, attraction and repulsion give partial answers to try and explain the universe. The problem is that we don't understand the process.

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Because I don't consider time as a dimension I thought think of it having parallel or multi-dimensions.

That would be like having a TIVO with mulitple tuners to record more than one show live at a time. In the case of TIVO the shows while being recorded at the same time usually have no connection to each other. We can synchronize the time that they were recorded but the content of these shows doesn't correlate with each other.

In essence what has happened on one show has no bearing on what has happened on the other show or shows.

I can see the TIVO scenario in the universe to make multiple universes not related or even dependent on the other universes. This would make the concept of universe less encompassing than it is thought of today. Universe today is like the concept of infinity, it is a big bag that holds everything that we know and don't know about what is all around us.

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I am also not a fan of relativity.

My view on relativity is that it deals with trying to tie in travel between a source and a destination that are separated by vast distances. This is sort of like time zones on steroids.

Depending on the speed with which we can travel between these two points, non withstanding the straight line in space warp, it would take that long to get to an event that has already taken place. But in reality it happened at the same absolute time in both places.

This is identical with the concept of time zones. There is for example an eight hour time difference between California and England. An explosion occuring at 8pm in London will have happened at noon California time. It is not like the people in California will have to wait eight hours for that explosion to have occured.

It is that California and London are time relative by eight hours. Real time events occur using an absolute time, that is one that is not relative based on time zones.

So an event that occurs on Earth happens at the same time whether you are on Earth or somewhere in Alpha Centuri. The local time may be different but that is just because we are using different time standards.

Now there is a time delay based on how long it would take for people on Earth to actually find out about what happend in Alpha Centuri at a particular instance. That would be the process of communication, and that is dependent on the speed of the communication and the distance it must travel to get there.

In the old days, the London explosion would have taken the time of the next ship going from England to the US, and then a trip across the country to California for the news to be known there. This is just communication logistics.

The DSL phone line for getting your computer on to the Internet could be described as a multiple time device. The DSL line puts high speed broadband on the same physical phone wire with your voice calling. They are separated by frequencies using filters. So while your computer is sending and receiving information, you could be talking on the phone as you did before DSL. This could be viewed as two diffent time lines one time line for DATA and another one for VOICE, These two lines share a physical connection but they don't have to be syncrhonized, that is connected to each other.

The DATA portion is added to the VOICE portion at some phone company switching station, and at that point the DATA and the VOICE are transported at the same time. Depending on the malfunction and where the malfunction is located you can have DATA working and VOICE not working and vice versa.

You can also have DATA and VOICE not working, especially in the case where the physical phone line is broken.

As you mentioned parts of the universe could already have ceased to exist but the word hasn't gotten to us yet. But the point is that they didn't cease to exist at the point that we noticed it.

I am sorry, I got confused and I thought thaat I was a politician running for office and I got carried away with words.

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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

Time changes everything. It is the sum effect of all the forces. It is a shape in hyperdimension that creates the points of emotions as it moves through the aura of perception in our mind. We are a living, organic, fractal refraction of it as it is reflected off the surface of itself. However all of this is only time moving through us.


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

I would rephrase it to say, that changes happen over time.

I sense more philosophy than science in your last comment?

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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

OpinionDuck, Philosophy CAN bridge the gap of understanding... The subject matter is rather esoteric and mind blowing with its ramifications. Philosophy helps to keep focused...


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

dallas

Fair enough.

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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

OpinionDuck, One last thought:

One of the most vexing problems to most physicists is the notion of time and its absolute relativity, depending on the subjectivity of the observer. In the normal course of events, we experience time as a flow, or arrow.

But during extraordinary experiences — during a mystic revelation, while taking a mind-altering drug, in a moment of madness, or even during a near-death experience (NDE) — all of us experience time rather differently: as an eternal moment of now or even, in the case of clairvoyants, as a moment in the future.

To a person on a hallucinogenic drug, time can even feel as

though it is flowing backward. However, mainstream physics does not have a theory able to embrace either our ordinary or extraordinary perception of time.

Time as a cube

Time to the physicist is still described in accordance with Einstein’s concept of space–time, where time and space represent one giant cube, and the moments we experience are dots residing somewhere inside it, a bit like a Christmas pudding (or a chocolate chip Brownie, to you lot in America).

There is no physics equation to account for the ‘flow’ of time or, indeed, for those anomalous moments when time stops, speeds up, or even suddenly jumps backward or forward. Indeed, to most physicists, time as a forward arrow is an illusion.


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

Time is objective and perception of time is subjective.

Science has to be objective and not subjective.

What is your definition of time stopping, speeding up or jumping backwards?

Is there anything faster than 10 to the minus 44th power time period? Can an event happen faster than that time period?

Cheers


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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

OpinionDuck, You're going to drag it out of me... OK, I agree with your first two sentences. Well stated; succinct.

First question as you are aware has been demonstrated; including "stopped." There is a reference in terms of "String Theory" where their is an apparent instantaneous "communication" -- faster than the speed of light. There are other example too, as I am sure you are aware. In terms of quantum mechanics yes to your last question...


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

Thanks for the reply.

I am not really a fan of the "String Theory".

It is really scientific duct tape, it holds together a theory by providing imaginary dimensions.

I am curious to know what is your definition of Time Stopped.

Is it local, global or universal?

My definition of Time Stopping is when the vibration of every particle in the universe stops.

Looking forward to your reply.

Cheers ~:}


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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

"Strings R US" I am not a fan of String Theory either. it is a disciplined approach in an effort to make suggestions and discard the nominees..

Like creating a sculpture: just chisel off anything that is not what you want...

From birth until death we are time travelers visiting this dimension. In this field of phased matter, time passes through everything. It seems to be coming from nowhere, and causing the universe to expand. It is really coming from outside of the universe, and merely causing the universe to attract. Time is made up of microwave gravitons known as torus shaped tachyons — light faster than light. Time changes everything. It is the sum effect of all the forces.

With no fixed focal point for the self in the temporal continuum, one can explore, detached, wherever they will. At this point we can stop time, fast forward, rewind, do all these things within our minds. Meanwhile an infinite number of possible options surround us at all times, populating the multiverse with pathways connecting to singularities like us. Singularities, like all things, are attracted to one another — temporal and gravitational both and alike, and so the wormholes comprise potential histories between these points. To be drawn into and caught up by this web is to be beyond the reaches of time. Singularities are permanent more or less relative to one another, and wormholes only connect them as long as they are apart.

Imagine the universe as an expanding sphere, with the fabric of spacetime as its surface. Inside this sphere is infinite potential dimension. Outside of it are tachyons traveling from the future to the past. This is the hypersphere of the multiverse. Now imagine a unit of time, an event, as a cube. Another cube can in the same way be drawn around the entire universe, and this represents time. Just as the universe becomes the multiverse, sphere expanding into hypersphere, through the force of time, so does each individual unit of information in the universe shift about and change with time. Time changes as the temporal hypercube slowly turns around in the fourth spatial dimension, causing spatial involution on the surface of spacetime, and slowly bringing the third dimensional representation, or shadow, of the fourth spatial dimensional object of the temporal force through a cycle from cube to antipode to osciholohedron to nested hypercube to osciholohedron to antipode to cube. These are only the names of the points for alignment, and there are many other lattices that represent potential view points on the shape that go unnamed.

In regard to you last comment, "...vibration stops" This has been demonstrated in labs...

I saw myself coming back from lunch as I was leaving for lunch!!


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

Time is not an ingredient in my opinion, while there is such as thing as "cooking time", which referes to how long to cook something, it is not actually involved in the process of cooking.

There is no Time without vibration, and All vibration takes Time.

While time is independent of your observation of events, your observation is limited by your resolution of monitoring events.

Your comment

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In regard to you last comment, "...vibration stops" This has been demonstrated in labs...

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This demonstration is specific to bringing the temperature of something down to where it is basically frozen. But the answer to my question

My definition of Time Stopping is when the vibration of ***every particle in the universe stops*****.

!Only then would "Time Stop" because NO Events can take place.

I saw myself coming back from lunch as I was leaving for lunch!!

Don't eat those "mushrooms" for lunch.

*just joking

Thanks

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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

OpinionDuck, Time: cause and affect - vibration cause time, or time creates vibrations..? I agree vibrations "take time." Perhaps an analogy would be: If a tree fell in the woods, and no one heard it, was there a sound? If there is no vibrations; would/could time measure how long no vibrations? I understand your point. I am not sure of the answer... I sense a huge understanding of quantum is required.


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

Now tree falling in the forest is a philosophical argument. Like what is the sound of one hand clapping?

Now the question of no vibrattons being measured, could be both philosophical and scientific.

Philosophically if it was our universe that had no vibration than it would be a moot issue. We wouldn't be alive. Well neither would the universe, because there wouldn't be any Atoms by definition.

Scientifically, we or something or someone could peer into another universe where there is no vibration and use the clock of its own universe to measure no vibration.

Quantum: This is where all subatomic mysteries go to get theorized. My opinion of Quantum Physics is that it is based on balance. It is like working on an equation. Both sides are balanced, and if we see a charged particle we infer that there must be another particle to equal it.

Even our math is balanced. We created imaginary numbers, we deal in square roots and never ending decimal places etc. These are equated to real values by truncation and estimation.

How many decimal points or precision are really used for say the value of Pi, or the square root of 2.

In the case of A square plus B square equals C square.

When A and B are both equal to one, then C is equal to the square root of two. If we were given a value of C that would give of us A and B each being 1. How would you specify the value of C? 1.414?

So in real life we use the cloest working values that give us a close result. Remember, that last century before computers, there was a thing called slide rule accuracy.

Another example is a resistor/capacitor time constant circuit. After five time constants the time value is close enough. Like the Tangent line it will by definition never complete.

my humble opinion

Thanks

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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

My hat is tipped to you. Good analogy.


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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

FYI: Per Hawkins...

"I do believe in time travel. Time travel to the future. Time flows like a river and it seems as if each of us is carried relentlessly along by time's current. But time is like a river in another way. It flows at different speeds in different places and that is the key to travelling into the future. This idea was first proposed by Albert Einstein over 100 years ago."

Stephen Hawking


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

I believe this analogy only works with Relativity.

Absolute time doesn't allow for anything but the current time. If as you say you are in a river with different speeds, then you could possibly be behind the absolute time. Then theoretically you could move to the current absolute time.

In my humble opinion, all of this rests on the interpretation of what is time.

I know that Einstein chucked Absolute Time in favor of Relativity, but I believe his objectivwe in doing so was to use the limitation of the speed of light in traveling through space and time. If we could move in space instantaneously then we would see the universe differently than Einstein.

The highest speed in the universe is the resolution of the change in position of the fastest particle, whatever that is in reality.

That is the fastest that your river can change. This is happening at absolute time. So when that particle ticks the absolute clock it happens at the same time throughout the universe. It is meaningless to us because of the vast distances in the universe.

Again whether we use Absolute or Relativity how does it affect our life on Earth?

Good one

Cheers

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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA Author

..."The highest speed in the universe is the resolution of the change in position of the fastest particle, whatever that is in reality." Agreed however, in terms of quantum mechanics, there is the idea and notion of "instantaneous" travel over infinite distances...


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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

Dallas

Thanks for the reply.

Notions and potions are the tools of the wizards.

Looking forward to your next hub, or did I already miss another good one?

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