Paralel universes and language
The theory M, of theory of strings in Physics, indicate that our reality, which has to our eyes only 4 dimensions, including time, is in fact a universe with many more dimensions.
We would be contained in just a thin tissue of the whole Bulk of creation. Parallel universes would exist one millimeter away and yet we could never be able to touch them.
The reason for this is that, if this theory is true, our atoms are formed by tiny strings, which are like open spaghettis that are glued to that tissue of space.
I will explain more about this in a future blog, but just to let you understand, the theory indicates that some of the strings also are not open ended but are closed into themselves like doughnuts, and therefore are able to go through the porous space into the parallel universes.
These particles are called gravitons, and are the particles that our atoms exchange to produce the gravity force.
If this is true, then it has deep consequences. If these universes contain intelligent life, it follows that we could communicate with them producing gravity waves.
But what kind of language could we actually speak with gravity waves? This is the question that made me wonder.
And I think that the answer is the next: The only possible language we could have in common is mathematics. If we send a encrypted number that could not be random by any means, it may be understood by the intelligent life.
How could we produce a number that couldn’t be understood as random?
There are certain sequences whose probability of being chosen among Real numbers is actually zero(0).
Therefore a message featuring such numbers may end up sending a clear message of: we are here people! Maybe we cannot touch and see each other but just maybe we can know you are there. Physics is fun.