DMT: Gateway To A Parallel Universe?
Dr. Rick Strassman has spent years studying the effect of DMT on the human brain. One of the claims he’s made is that DMT, one of the most powerful drugs, can be a gateway to another plane of existence and could be the gateway to a parallel universe. Freaky, right?
Theoretical physicists assume that there do exist other universes, but what if DMT is our gateway to them? According to theoretical hypothesis, there are an uncountable number of universes, each one similar to our own and subject to the laws of physics. This is the reason that it’s not necessary that there is anything particularly exotic about different universes.
Strassman refers to the British scientist David Deutsch, a leading theorist in this area and author of The Fabric of Reality. He has corresponded with Deutsch discussing the likelihood that DMT can alter brain function so as to grant access or knowledge about parallel worlds and the physicist doubted this possibility because it would require quantum computing. This phenomenon, according to Deutsch, “could distribute components of a complex task among vast numbers of parallel universes, and then share the results. One of the conditions required for quantum computing is a temperature close to absolute zero.” Thus why it’s unlikely two universes can interact for an extended period of time in a biological way.
Strassman notes that since DMT is a substance that changes the brain’s phsyical properties, quantum computing may take place, establishing contact with another universe.