Answer #209 - Yes, Hyperspace is real
Nah. I don't know if hyperspace is real. I'd like it to be. I saw this great documentary on NOVA some time ago - a study in perception science, wherein, at odds of 400 billion to one there being coincidence, subjects were able to predict the future.
They were subjected to randomly emotionally arousing images, hooked up to all manner of diode and battery cable. Scientists could measure physiological response to the disturbing imagery at 2-10 seconds PRIOR to the image actually appearing on the subject's screen. As if the subject could physically anticipate the disturbing imagery, in a series of random benign images.
Crazy. I know. Gives one pause, however.
If you're me, and don't even pretend to play a scientist on TV, you think to yourself, 'Huh. Maybe this wacky hyperspace notion has some merit. Sure, it's set fort by a bunch of those Quantum guys that the Age of Aquarians have really glommed on to because even THEY don't understand the mathematics and the whole thing sounds awesome.. but... Einstein was looking for it, right? Hyperspace, I mean?
What if the unseen 'hyperspace' is the stuff of premonition, gut feeling, 'I can't explain how I know I just know,' and the realm where all manner of communication and stringy forces ravel and unravel.
And maybe, when the corporeal body turns back to the dust from whence it burst forth that warm summer night in the backseat of that car - we're still hanging out. Unseen.
Whispering to dolphins while they sleep.