by Dan Sewell Ward
from LibraryOfHalexandria Website



Undoubtedly, the premier website with respect to Hyperdimensional Physics is Richard Hoagland’s Hyperdimensional Physics.


The only disadvantage of this particular website is that it has a lot of information, and thus takes some time in consuming. (Which is why portions of it are condensed here.) However, Hoagland’s work is well written, has lots of intriguing graphics -- many of a geometrical nature -- and is scientifically plausible. Highly recommended as some intriguing, speculative material.

A briefer, Hoagland-style version is HERE, where the introductory portion discusses the field of hyperdimensional physics as one based on geometry and mathematics, and which involve other spatial dimensions.


According to Hoagland (with due regard to Tom Bearden, et al), hyperdimensional physics goes back to the 19th Century, where mathematicians and physicists began delving into,

“theoretical ‘non-Euclidian’ geometries (geometries involving spatial dimensions in addition to ‘length, breadth and height’), and a set of specifically predicted physical interactions of energy and matter determined by those ‘non-Euclidian geometries.’”

This introductory site also includes,

“the results of continuing, world-wide, contemporary physics and ‘free energy’ experiments... which are now confirming increasingly specific predictions of the ‘hyperdimensional’ model.”

This includes: Zero-Point Energy, and the basis of Connective Physics.

Nevertheless, Hyperdimensional Physics is worth reviewing in detail. Hoagland notes, among many other things, that the anomalous energy being radiated by the giant planets of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune can be explained by Hyperdimensional Physics. In essence, these planets’ energy output is “over unity”, i.e. they are giving off more energy than is being absorbed from the Sun energy impinging upon them.


Furthermore, when Uranus and Neptune are “normalized” (i.e. their different distances from the Sun are taken into account), these two planets are roughly equal in their output.


Hoagland then explains that all of this can be accounted for if we assume:

“The existence of unseen hyperspatial realities... that, through information transfer between dimensions, are the literal ‘foundation substrate’ maintaining the reality of everything in this dimension.”

That statement says quite a bit. Reread it and think about it. Hmmmmmm... Via Hyperdimensional Physics Hoagland goes on to discuss the following:

  • Vortex atoms” -- tiny, self-sustaining “whirlpools” in the so-called ether -- one envisioned by William Thompson (1867), which he and his 19th Century contemporaries “increasingly believed extended throughout the Universe as an all-pervasive, incompressible fluid.” The latter included James Clerk Maxwell -- undoubtedly the patron saint of modern electromagnetic theory -- who developed a mechanical vortex model of an incompressible ether in which Thompson’s vortex atom could exist.

  • The use by Maxwell of quaternions (ordered pairs of complex numbers), who made it clear in his writings that his choice of quaternions as mathematical operators was predicated on his belief that three-dimensional physical phenomena -- including quite possibly human Consciousness -- was dependent upon higher dimensional realities! Some of these writings are included herein as Hyperdimensional Poetry. A brief diversion.

  • The disastrous “streamlining” after Maxwell’s death of his quaternion equations by two 19th Century so-called mathematical physicists, Oliver Heaviside and William Gibbs, who simplified to extinction the original equations and left four simple (if woefully incomplete!) expressions. This was done by Heaviside’s drastic editing of Maxwell’s original work after the latter’s untimely death from cancer. The four surviving, “classic” Maxwell’s Equations -- which appear in every electrical and physics text the world over, became the underpinnings of all 20th Century electrical and electromagnetic engineering -- from radio to radar, television to computer science, and were inclusive of every hard science from physics to chemistry to astrophysics that deals with electromagnetic radiative processes. The classic equations never appeared in any of Maxwell’s papers or treatises!

  • The introduction in 1854 by Georg Bernard Riemann the idea of hyperspace, i.e. the description and possibility of “higher, unseen dimensions”, a fundamental assault on the 2000-year old assumptions of Euclid’s The Elements -- the ordered, rectilinear laws of ordinary three dimensional reality. “In its place, Riemann proposed a four-dimensional reality (of which our 3-D reality was merely a ‘subset’), in which the geometric rules were radically different, but also internally self-consistent.


    Even more radical: Riemann proposed that the basic laws of nature in 3-space, the three mysterious forces then known to physics -- electrostatics, magnetism and gravity -- were all fundamentally united in 4-space, and merely ‘looked different’ because of the resulting ‘crumpled geometry’ of our three-dimensional reality...” In lieu of Newton’s “action-at-a-distance theories, Riemann was proposing that all such apparent forces were the result of objects moving through three dimensions, but distorted by an intruding geometry of 4-space.

  • The fundamental problem of an alleged lack of experimental or experiential evidence of a fourth spatial dimension. This was addressed in part in 1919 by Theodr Kaluza, who suggested a solution to the mathematical unification of Einstein’s theory of gravity with Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetic radiation, via the introduction of an additional spatial dimension.


    Kaluza also proposed that the additional spatial dimension had somehow collapsed down to a tiny circle -- an idea now prevalent in Superstrings! This idea was expanded in 1926 by Oskar Klein, who applied the idea to Quantum Physics and came up with the idea that Kaluza’s new dimension had somehow collapsed down to the “Planck length” itself -- supposedly the smallest possible size allowed by quantum interactions -- thereby tying in with Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle.

  • A rebirth of hyperdimensional physics in the guise of Superstrings (beginning in 1968), in which fundamental particles and fields are viewed as hyperspace vibrations of infinitesimally small, multi-dimensional strings -- with updated versions of the old Kaluza-Klein theory; discussions of a modern supergravity hyperspace unification model; and the exotic “String Theory” itself. The enormous increase in interest represents a fundamental revolution within a major segment of the worldwide scientific community. A significant factor is the number of dimensions: 10 (or 26, depending on strings rotation). And still, all additional dimensions are still within the Planck length!

  • Discussions by Thomas E. Bearden, including,

    • “Maxwell’s original theory is, in fact, the true, so-called ‘Holy Grail’ of physics... the first successful unified field theory in the history of Science... a fact apparently completely unknown to the current proponents of ‘Kaluza-Klein,’ ‘Supergravity,’ and ‘Superstring’ ideas....”

    • “...In discarding the scalar component of the quaternion, Heaviside and Gibbs unwittingly discarded the unified electromagnetic/gravitational portion of Maxwell’s theory.”

    • “The simple vector equations produced by Heaviside and Gibbs captured only that subset of Maxwell’s theory where EM and gravitation are mutually exclusive. In that subset, electromagnetic circuits and equipment will not ever, and cannot ever, produce gravitational or inertial effects in materials and equipment.”

  • The unwarranted restriction of Maxwell’s theory, also impacted Einstein who restricted his theory of general relativity, and thus by fiat prevented the unification of electromagnetics and relativity -- as well as experimental evidence of the general theory due to any local spacetime curvature being excluded.

  • The exclusion by quantum physicists of Bohm’s hidden variable theory,

    “which conceivably could have offered the potential of engineering quantum change -- engineering physical reality itself.”

    “Each of these major scientific disciplines missed and excluded a subset of their disciplinary area...”

  • The loss to science by the limiting of Maxwell’s equations of: The electrogravitic control of gravity itself, in effect, the ability to curve local and/or distant spacetime with electromagnetic radiation.

    • “Whittaker accomplished this by demonstrating mathematically that ‘the field of force due to a gravitating body can be analyzed, by a spectrum analysis’ into an infinite number of constituent fields; and although the whole field of force does not vary with time, yet each of the constituent fields is an ondulatory character, consisting of a simple-disturbance propagated with uniform velocity.” [emphasis added]


    Significantly, the waves would be longitudinal and require gravity to be propagated with a finite velocity, which however did not have to be the same as that of light, and in fact may be enormously greater.

  • The measurement of the hidden potential of free space by Yakir Aharonov and David Bohm in 1959, the resulting “Aharonov-Bohm Effect” providing compelling proof of a “deeper spatial strain -- a scalar potential -- underlying the existence of a so-called magnetic force-field itself. This potential is equivalent to the unseen, vorticular stress in space first envisioned by Thompson.” “And stresses, when they are relieved, must release energy into their surroundings!”

  • Quantum Electrodynamics Zero Point Energy of space -- vacuum energy -- in which is created, then relieved stresses in Maxwell’s voticular ether (a process equivalent to tapping the energy of the vacuum -- a vacuum which, according to quantum physics, possesses a staggering amount of such energy per cubic inch of space.

  • “Given the prodigious amount of ‘vacuum energy’ calculated by modern physicists (trillions of atomic bomb equivalents per cubic centimeter...), even a relatively minor but sudden release of such vast vacuum (ether) stress potential inside a planet... could literally destroy it.” Or alternatively, in a far more controlled fashion, provide the anomalous infrared energy output of the planets Uranus, Neptune, Saturn, and Jupiter; or even the same source of energy for stars, including the Sun.

  • A model of hyperdimensional physics based upon angular momentum -- the mass of an object and the rate at which it spins -- but an orbital momentum connected to four-space, and simultaneously affected by the planets’ satellites (or in the case of the Sun, the planets, or even companion stars where applicable). A plot of total angular momentum of a planet or solar system against the total amount of internal energy being radiated into space, results in a “striking linear dependence which seems to hold across a range of luminosity and momentum totaling almost three orders of magnitude.”


    The resulting math, equivalent to E = mc2, is that a celestial object’s total internal luminosity seems dependent upon only one physical parameter, it’s total system angular momentum (the celestial body, plus all orbiting satellites), and given by L = mr2. [L is the total system angular momentum, m each of the individual masses at a distance, r, from the center of the rotation.]

  • The Earth-Moon system constituting yet another example of over-unity radiating of energy (as opposed to the Earth’s internal energy being derived from “radioactive sources”). Implications involve major effects on past and future geological and climatological events, which may be driven, not by rising solar interactions or by-products of terrestrial civilization (e.g., accumulating greenhouse gases from burning fossil fuels), but by hyperdimensional physics!

  • An explanation of the missing neutrinos from the Sun, where the assumed thermonuclear reaction model to account for the Sun’s output should be resulting in over twice the number of neutrinos actually observed. But when the Sun’s primary energy source is hyperdimensional (i.e. its angular momentum -- including the planetary masses orbiting it), the problem can be addressed.


    [The Sun has 98% of the solar system mass, but only 2% of its total angular momentum -- the latter due to the variable r, the distance of the mass from the center of rotation!]


    But in the hyperdimensional solution, another big planet (or a couple of smaller ones) far beyond Pluto are needed! (In this theory, about 30% of internal energy is still expected from thermonuclear reactions.)

  • Hyperdimensional physics requires that energy generation in planets and stars be variable -- in effect, a mechanism resulting from an ever changing hyperspatial geometry. In effect, the changing pattern (gravitationally and dimensionally) of interacting satellites in orbit around a planet or star must change the stress pattern, in something of a geometrically twisted ether.


    [This tends to explain Astrology, but Astrology does not directly incorporate the ellipsoidal motion of the planets, which has a dramatic effect on r, the orbiting distance parameter. I.e., the time-variability of the hyperdimensional geometry -- yet more Cycles! -- is a central hallmark of the theory.]

  • Application of hyperdimensional physics to technologies based on the same ideas -- and which may explain free energy machines, electrochemical Cold Fusion, and the reduction of radioactivity in nuclear isotopes (or the acceleration of the process such that half-lifes are dramatically reduced).


    “The implications for an entire ‘rapid, radioactive nuclear waste reduction technology’ -- accomplishing in hours what would normally require aeons -- is merely one immediate, desperately needed world-wide application of such ‘Hyperdimensional Technologies.’”

  • A hyperdimensional explanation of the anomalous motion of the Giant Red Spot on the planet Jupiter with variations in longitude and latitude -- not the result of gravity or tidal actions by the moons of Jupiter, but due to the lever (the “r”) of angular momentum.

  • Hyperdimensional astrology, where variations in energy output from planets would be due to the constantly changing hyperdimensional stress due to their relative interactions, and variability in orbits. The,


    “changing interactive stresses in the ‘boundary between hyperspace and real space’ (in the Hyperdimensional Model) now also seem to be the answer to the mysterious ‘storms’ that, from time to time, have suddenly appeared in the atmospheres of several of the outer planets. The virtual ‘disappearance,’ in the late 80’s, of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is one remarkable example; Saturn’s abrupt production of a major planetary ‘event,’ photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope in 1994 as a brilliant cloud erupting at 19.5 degrees N. (where else?!), is yet another.”

  • Variability of solar phenomena -- such as solar flares, coronal disturbances, mass ejections -- in terms of the sunspot cycle -- 11 years (or closer to 20 for the complete solar cycle). The observation of short-wave radio communications and their connection to the sunspot cycle, and to the motions of the major planets of the solar system, the latter an astrological correlation between the orbits of all the planets (but especially, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune), and major radio-disturbing eruptions on the Sun!


    What had been “rediscovered was nothing short of a ‘Hyperdimensional Astrology’ -- the ultimate, very ancient, now highly demonstrable angular momentum foundations behind the real influences of the Sun and planets on our lives.” The research also noted that when Jupiter and Saturn were spaced by 120 degrees [an astrological trine -- interpreted as an excellent aspect] -- and solar activity was at a maximum! -- radio signals averaged of far higher quality for the year than when Jupiter and Saturn were at 180 degrees [an astrological opposition -- interpreted as challenging], and there had been a considerable decline in solar activity! In other words, the average quality of radio signals followed the cycle between Jupiter and Saturn, rather than the sunspot cycle!!

  • Recognition that hyperdimensional physics allows for a disproportionate effect on the solar system by the planets due to the lever arm (“r”) of the angular momentum equation, a physical mechanism -- Maxwell’s changing quaternion scalar potentials -- to account for anomalous planetary energy emissions, and the reason for sunspots at the predominant solar latitude of 19.5 degrees.

  • Noting and explaining the observed (by Voyager) polar hexagon around the north pole of Saturn, and with five radii extending from the center!

  • The implication of extremely distant undiscovered planets of this solar system, which theoretically (via Kepler’s Third Law) could involve orbital periods of thousands (if not tens of thousands) of years -- and which because of their disproportionately large effect on the leveraged angular momentum could account for long-term cycles in the Sun’s total luminosity.


    Given that Jupiter and Saturn return to their same geometrical positions roughly every 20 years (i.e. the complete solar sunspot cycle), then it is equally plausible that unknown planets in our solar system could have a much longer term effect, and may be causing a cyclical increase and decrease of the misnamed solar constant, with the result of the already observed increase in solar energy, which may trigger profound, millennia-long climatic changes on Earth:

    • “Including, melting ice caps; rising ocean levels; dramatic changes in jet stream altitudes and activity; increased tornado intensities; increased hurricane wind velocities... and a permanent “El Nino” (whose warmest waters, satellites report, are at ... ~19.5 degrees).”


    Hyperdimensional physics then might explain the very long term Cycles observed by Browning.

  • Conclusion by Thomas Van Flandern “that Mars’ uniquely elliptical path around the Sun (of all the inner planets) is highly consistent with its ‘escape’ from... a ‘missing’, former member of the solar system.” Hyperdimensional physics could then be utilized to consider whether or not entire worlds within our solar system might have been destroyed.


    Alternatively, to consider “the demonstrable, historically-unprecedented changes currently occurring in our own environment -- from mysteriously-rising geophysical and volcanic activity (some of the most significant now occurring at that suspicious “19.5 degrees!”), to increasingly anomalous climatological and meteorological activity (does anyone notice that hurricanes have always been born at an average latitude of... 19.5 degrees?) -- verifying the effects of a changing ‘hyperdimensional physics’ in our own neighborhood.”

  • An accelerating slow-down of the Earth’s spin on its own axis over the last 20 years -- a progressive phase-shift now occurring between the rotation of the Earth and the quantum standards of an atomic clock. Additionally, the experimental observation of a change in the Gravitational Constant by as much as 0.06%, such that the suggestion that gravity during the era of the dinosaurs was less (to allow the dinosaurs to be able to stand) and that simultaneously, the Moon was precisely at a distance of 60 times the radius of the Earth... suddenly, these ideas are no longer far-fetched. In fact, hyperdimensional physics predicts such variations.

  • And finally, Hoagland suggests an intrinsically changing physics,

    • “affecting every known system of astronomical, physical, chemical and biological interaction differently over time -- because it affects the underlying, dynamical hyperspace foundation of ‘physical reality’ itself.”

    • “And now, according to all accumulating evidence and this centuries-old physics... we are simply entering once again (after ‘only’ 13,000 years...) a phase of this recurring, grand solar system cycle ‘of renewed hyperdimensional restructuring of that reality ."

Hoagland thus makes an excellent argument that Hyperdimensional Physics is not only good science, but is highly relevant to our modern world.