Also, I had another thought in which they have constructed a sort of temporal algorithm that dictates how the symbols "evolve" over time.
Originally Posted by Residents Fan
In any case, it's an attractive idea. I hope to see it implement it at some point.
Although, I was hoping Weiss would turn out to be an immortal remnant of an extinct race, so perhaps my hopes are ill-placed.
green, green, green, red!
walter was able to decode the message
he speaks 5th universe?
The code August created was specifically made so that only Walter would be able to decode it (using the likeness of a nitrogen molecule, no less). He did this because he foresaw that the others would attempt to correct Christine Hollis, and he knew he would need Walter's help in these matters.
Originally Posted by dolemite
That it was readable by humans was therefore by design, and the Observer Code would otherwise be indecipherable.
Observing The Pattern
HOLY SH*T. Didn't read anything yet but just watched the video. Mind=Blown. I understood it. Barely.
well the 5th dimension represents all the different choices that can be made & create the diffferent universe's - so they would have to be 6th dimensional to be able to travel between the 5th dimenion's.
it also means that there are lots of other alternative universe's that they could suck peter back from^^
do u think the observer's are alien's or engineered?
If u look at the episodes "Inner Child" (observer like child found in a sealed tunnel) & mix in some The Plateau (alternative universe freak kills people with a pen) & maybe add some The Firefly (the observer's do some freak like predicting) i think u get engineered & sent back in time with the machine.
Observing The Pattern
The first thing I thought about on that episode where the robbers went through the way was quantum tunnelling which I think can still make an appearance in the show.
Originally Posted by VagendasEndHere
On The Fringe..
The postulation of 11 dimensions is m-theory (well, there can be 26, but that's getting technical), a derivation for superstring theory. In quantum mechanics there are theories that suggest a multitude of universes: quantum multiverse. both theories can coexist, theoretically of course.
Tough to say which if any model they are subscribing too. They could be drawing off both.
He's Not Dead
Well the mutliple dimensions theory, and which way or how is Fringe trying to treat the subject - I recall my dad posing once that none of the characters on the show ever fathom why are there just two parallel worlds? The Fringe-verse seems to be a wittled down version of what we're talking about, perhaps so that it doesn't go over the heads of the audience.
Nevertheless, in M-Theory, as far as I have studied it, there are only two M-membranes, which both are constructed of infinite superstrings and other stuff, but at the end of the day there are only TWO membrane that collide and create the multiple verses between them. Hence, given Fringe is sticking only to these two parallel worlds, could the Red-verse and Blue-verse be analogous to the two membranes of M-theory? Again, just throwing it out there. I'm probably not even in the ball park given I haven't looked at M-theory in a very long time.
The 2 colliding branes of M-theory (or the ekpyrotic universe) are two three-dimensional but heat-dead branes (or spaces). When the two branes collide they heat up and form one 4 dimensional universe with 3 dimensions of space and one dimension of time (ie. gravity). But that occurs within an extant 5 dimensional superverse.
Originally Posted by ShogunOrta
He's Not Dead
Ah...so yeah, Blue-verse and Red-verse!...maybe.