# Evidence for the Existence of 5 Real Spatial
Dimensions in Quantum Vacuum

## - Scale of Quantum
Temperatures *Below Zero Kelvin* -

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**Abstract**

Conventional
forces like gravitation and electromagnetism vary with the square of the
distance. This is because the corresponding force is scattered into 3
dimensions due to the distribution of virtual gravitons or photons of the
corresponding field in a 3D-space.

In
an analogous way, the Casimir force, that varies with the 4th power of the
distance, ought to arise from bosons distributed in a hyperspace with 5 real
physical dimensions.

This
leads to the prediction of a whole new world of “quantum temperatures” below
zero Kelvin, and to a model that surprisingly agrees with cosmology and recent
findings of the zero-point-field (ZPF). “Virtual” field particles (e.g. bosons
of the ZPF) are probably nothing else than hyperspace particles that cross our
3-D universe from time to time, thus seeming “virtual” to us.

Hyperspace
is an absolutely real resort. It could be used i.e. for interstellar navigation
and be accessed through natural or artificial Black Holes (BH) or other kind of
hyperdense matter produced by hydrogen bomb compression of matter cooled near
0ºK. The more matter we compress, the more the resulting BH will descend down
to a world with no photons, no quantum waves and no energy of any kind. The
last stage is a completely flat universe where all particles have mysteriously
disappeared in agreement with their most likely wavy nature.

Due
to quantum spin energy, any fermion is a small “window” to hyperspace. In
addition, gravitation and EM can be easily explained as a self sustained
suction force originated in hyperspace that attracts or repels matter of our
3-D universe through the mentioned windows. In summary, our universe can be
considered as a 3-D space “floating” on an immense 5-D space - the hyperspace -
in analogy to a sheet of ice floating in a deep sea.

**Key
words**: Hyperspace, Dimensions, Black Hole, Quantum
Waves, ZPR/ZPE

**Introduction**

The
possibility of “lack of air” was neglected until Otto von Guericke demonstrated
1650 the power of vacuum, using two large hemispheres that even 8 horses could
not detach from each other. 1660, Robert Boyle predicted that sound will not
travel in a vacuum, although 1798, Humphry Davy observed that heat is
transmitted through it. 1934, Paul Dirac described the polarization of vacuum
and cofounded QED, making 1950 the 1st suggestion of string theory.

In
addition, sixty years ago, the pioneers of quantum theory (Wyle, Schroedinger,
Clifford, and Einstein) believed that particles had a wavy structure, instead
of being point particles. Quantum waves, as suggested by Cramer (1986), are
real and not merely a probability distribution, thus supporting the original
concept of Clifford (1956) that all matter is simply "undulations in the
fabric of space".

Wheeler
and Feynman (1945) first predicted that the electron was made of spherical
inward and outward electromagnetic waves. Using a quantum wave (QW) equation
and spherical quantum waves, Wolff (1995) found and described a wave that
successfully predicted the properties of matter. There is great evidence that
matter is the result of spherical quantum waves that exist even at 0ºK. This
model lead as early as 1922 to the prediction of the positron (Anderson), since
it predicted a particle with a spin opposite to that of the electron. The
positron was discovered by Anderson in 1931, making the theory of QW absolutely
plausible.