String theory is an alternate theory of existence in our reality whereby tiny strings of small subatomic particles manifest different substances based on differing vibrations.
They can manifest as matter or force. For example, magnetic attraction and gravity are not seen yet they are an interaction of strings because they exist at a subatomic level.
Your body, your soul, everything you can feel or see is made up of the vibrations of strings. Upon death, some of these strings remain in the dead body as it decomposes into another set of strings and another set of strings continues to vibrate as your essence enters another realm, called the soul.
The conventional view of the universe is that it is made up of 4 dimensions:
String theory is referred to as the "theory of everything." Proponents believe miniscule "strings" of energy vibrate in 11 dimensions (10 dimensions of space and one of time) thereby creating every force and particle in the universe.
According to string theory, the strings possess length, but do not possess height or width. The electrons and protons within an atom are vibrating lines. Thus, every atom (made up of an electron spinning around a nucleus of protons and neutrons) contains protons, electrons, neutrons and strings.
This explains such phenomena as existence after death, ghosts, communicating with spirits or dead relatives, poltergeist, precognition, psychic ability, paranormal activity, psychometry, remote viewing, voodoo, power of prayer, hidden abilities of which most people are unaware, etc.
Basically, all things in the universe and beyond are continually vibrating (oscillating) at different frequencies. These vibrations create waves emanating from the object that generates them. These wave-fields contain information about the object that created the wave-field. Thus, everything we see (or sense or feel) has been created as a hologram -- a three dimensional image that we perceive from a two-dimensional object.
"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration." Nikola Tesla
M-Theory is an extension of string theory that proposes 11 dimensions whereby additional dimensions are so miniscule that they exist within tiny atoms.
M-theory proponents theorize that our universe resides on a floating membrane, along with an infinite number of parallel universes, and within these parallel universes there are many "copies" of the same particle.
Thus, theoretically, there could be copies of the same person existing simultaneously in multiple universes. However, there would probably be key differences among them, since different universes could possibly have a set of different physical principles governing them.
Therefore, it's conceivable that you could communicate with a copy of a person in a parallel universe who has passed away in this universe (communication with the dead).
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