Is Water a Portal to Another Dimension?

Short answer? No.

HAHA! I bet you feel like a right fool now, well fear not, because i will actually be going over some theories as to how this could be possible in today’s Sleazy Post.

So, being a man of philosophy and existentialism, i was lying in my bed pondering the meaning of the Universe the other day, with my lava lamp flowing in front of me (I find them very relaxing, especially if you have trouble sleeping), and i noticed that the bubbles of wax always form perfect spheres in the solution.

Now, before we tackle today’s question, as usual we have to tackle many others, and this one may seem rather unimportant, but why are there no cuboid planets?

Cuboid planets? Thats crazy! Well, you’d be surprised, it’s been theorized that there could be cylindrical, and donut shaped planets in our galaxy that we just haven’t found yet. donut planets are seriously cool by the way, i will be doing a post on them in the near future!

Anything in space creates its own gravity, whether it be a single dust particle, or a massive rock floating around with some primitive beings pondering about whether or not they should go for tea with Barbara.

This is how planets originally formed, when the big bang happened, and all the matter in the Universe was violently flung around in every direction, particles started to chunk together, and exponentially grow.

You see, if 2 particles ever came into contact with each other, they would have a higher gravitational field (however small it may be) than the single particle next to them, and they would pull in any single particles, hence the exponential growth.

As we know, Gravity pulls inwards, and forms perfect spheres, and this is why there aren’t really any other planets in the Universe that aren’t perfectly spherical naturally.

“But Skal, how does this relate to water being a portal to another di-”

Well i’m getting to that! Let a man finish.

My theory, is that not only water, but any liquid solution (considering that the liquid in lava lamps is made up of water, mineral oil, paraffin wax, and carbon tetrachloride) is actually just a pocket dimension, hence why other substances such as the wax form perfect spheres whilst in the lamp.

This doesn’t explain other things though, such as why the spheres of wax always sink to the bottom, surely if this other dimension lacked gravity like space at the beggining of the Universe, the spheres of was would just sit in the middle, motionless.

Well, an explanation for this could simply be that this newly formed pocket dimension, is already in our atmosphere, and our atmosphere is pretty damn strong!

Dont forget that water also came to earth from meteorites, and other extra terrestrial bodies, so maybe water is just a form of technology that we dont yet understand…

As a friend of mine, called Napiformity on this site once told me, what if Aliens have already visited us, and their spaceships just look like leaves in a breeze to us, we’d never know, because its not what we expect Aliens to look like, by the standards that the media has set in the past.

Now there is a lot more to this, but i shall save it for another day, for example:

  • What Would an Alien Actually Look Like?
  • How Would a Donut Planet Form?
  • How Would a Moon Behave Around a Donut Planet?
  • More Explanations For Our Existance

Thanks for listening to me ramble, i hope you enjoyed learning a little something about how crazy i could possibly be…

Now i want to stay on a donut planet… i wonder if they serve free donuts as memorabilia?

A question, for another day.


PS: The picture picture for this post was made by me! :3


Newtons Flaming Laser Sword?

So i’m sure you’re wondering what the hell Newtons Flaming Laser Sword is, and i’ll tell you just that, but first we need a bit of backstory!

So philosophical concepts have been around about as long as mankind has, we as a species question just about everything in some hope to one day know more, and discover something amazing.

One of the biggest fundamental questions that has ever perplexed us is also quite possibly the simplest.

Why do we exist?

If you start to rack your brain a bit when thinking about the existence of everything, you get back to the big bang theory, and how supposedly super powerful particles collided, bringing everything into existence almost instantly.

For years, we have tried to justify this, and ask how it happened, and what happened before it, but personally i’m more interested in why whatever happened, happened at all.

Forget the explanations, and the Nobel prize for discovering the meaning of life and everything, i want to know why anything exists, not how, why.

Why isn’t the Universe just an endless void of nothingness, expanding into itself forever?

In fact that question in itself shows just how simple minded we humans are. To describe literal nothingness is impossible, because we can’t justify what nothing would be. We envision it as a dark blank space, expanding forever, but in reality, nothingness is something we cannot perceive, darkness is something, a blank space is something, so what is nothing?

A question for another day, as i’m already going off topic VERY quickly.

Anyway, an explanation to the existence of the Universe itself is “Last Thursday-ism”, a belief that the Universe started… last Thursday… and everything that we think we remember was just created with us.

At this point we start to encounter a lot of problems, for example we REMEMBER the past, but is that remembering really something that happened? Are we just remembering a memory that has been created along with us? Surely it would take a lot for every human on earth, and potentially every being in the galaxy to have its memories invented from nothingness instantly? Maybe it would be simpler if it were just your memories…

There are a lot of questions that can be asked at this point, but the main goal of many philosophers is to attempt to disprove it.

This is where “Occam’s Razor” theory comes in handy, as it basically states that given 2 explanations for an event, its safer to go with the simpler one.

For example, if i blow a pencil off a table, is it easier to assume that the pencil moved because i blew it, or because a giant flying Italian food based creature glided into the room, moved the pencil onto the floor, and flew straight out again before i could notice?

Thats essentially what Occam’s Razor is helpful for.

Last Thursday-ism becomes a problem at this point, because however hard it is to believe, it is a far simpler explanation for the creation of the Universe than we can provide, let alone prove.

However it’s annoyingly simple how this theory is blatantly untrue, yet completely impossible to disprove.


This is where Newtons Flaming Laser Sword theory comes into play, it basically states that “common sense says no”, and therefore the idea that the Universe was created 5 seconds ago, or a week ago, or a few hours ago is wrong, because even though we cannot disprove it, we know that we experienced past events, and nobody can tell us otherwise.

As usual with Philosophy, a lot more questions were asked than were answered in this post, so look forward to more posts on:

  • What is True Nothingness?
  • Solipsism
  • The Truth About Deities
  • More Explanations For Our existence

Thanks for listening to me ramble, i hope you enjoyed learning a little something about how bad ass Newton apparently could be!

Now i want my own Flaming Laser Sword…