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We already know that the universe has three normal spatial dimensions as well as the dimension of time, so these six extra dimensions bring the total number of dimensions to ten. Static fields therefore have to be calculated instantaneously in order to be consistent with the basic definitions of mechanics (e.g. the law of action and reaction). In other words this energy, these initial "wave forms" transmute into subatomic particles which are directly effected and TAKE FORM based on the thoughts and beliefs of the person thinking them.

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