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The World of Dr Griiffin

Started by Dr. Griffin, July 02, 2018, 08:45:37 PM

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Dr Griffin discovers invisibility. He is also known as The Invisible Man. The stories about Dr Griffin speak of him as being insane. Some say it was caused by the invisibility drug. But what if Dr Griffin lost reality for another reality. What if he not only saw the visible world but also started to see the invisible world. What sort of reality is the invisible. What could cause Dr Griffin to go insane and wish harm towards the visible world?

What if Dr Griffin wanted to save the visible world instead of destroying it.
What if the invisible world could become visible, what would it look like?

Been doing a lot of thinking about this and what to make a model of.


Decals my @r$e!

Dr. Griffin

Dr. Griffin

What we see

What a Rattlesnake sees (plus InfraRed)

What an electron microscope sees (avian-flu virus). Looks designed, like a space station

What a telescope sees (distant galaxies). Many stars we see are actually galaxies containing billions of stars.

Then there are other dimensional things like ghosts, angels, demons, and aliens. People say they are around but we cannot see them. It's eerie. What if Dr Griifin could see them. What sort of world do they exist in. I mean, what do they see in their world other than themselves. What sort of transport do they use. Would a ghost us a vehicle or a Stargate type portal. Or is it like a Harry Potter world?

Dr. Griffin

What if Dr Griffin met Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein in Philadelphia around 1942. They discussed and calculated a way to create invisibility. Their goal was to suspend the vibrations of matter so that photons cannot be absorbed and released from atoms. Photons would simply pass through matter.

Theoretic illustration of electrons orbiting a nucleus, then stopped by an intense magnetic field. In that suspension matter becomes invisible. What if the Philadelphia Experiment worked and all matter, including humans, were suspended in animation. What sort of world would they be in. I think it would be just a blank space, a void. Einstein was right when he said "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."

Old Wombat

Or is a ghost a glitch in the space-time continuum, with an image of the past going 'round & 'round without rhyme or reason? :-\
Has a life outside of What-If & wishes it would stop interfering!

"The purpose of all War is Peace" - St. Augustine

veritas ad mortus veritas est

Dr. Griffin

Quote from: Old Wombat on July 06, 2018, 03:04:29 AM
Or is a ghost a glitch in the space-time continuum, with an image of the past going 'round & 'round without rhyme or reason? :-\

That sounded poetic, with rhyme and reason, but that does not mean you are not a ghost in the machine ;D.

Ghosts have been known to interact with present time. That would mean it has rhyme or reason.