Monday, March 24, 2014

Stephen Tremp: Science And The Supernatural, or E=Mc2

It's my great pleasure to introduce Stephen Tremp today as part of his blog tour for Escalation. You don't want to miss this one. I certainly didn't. Please read my review on Amazon along with lots of others and you'll be convinced. So take it away, Stephen.

What Is Your Why? Can you define a platform you can build your brand on? For my platform, I want to help bridge the gap between science and the supernatural in order to help explain the universe and our place in it. For my brand, I want people to associate wormholes and portals between our four dimensional world and other dimensions that most likely exist, with me and my books.
I can think of no greater division between people than science and the supernatural. All too often, both parties draw a line in the sand that might as well be as wide as the Grand Canyon, then take separate sides and shout out just how ignorant each other are. 
Let’s explore this a little deeper.
Little Johnny won’t go to sleep. He’s sure there is a monster under his bed. Little Susie cries out in the middle of the night. She knows she saw a creature in the closet. Your crazy aunt Edith swears she sees angels protecting you and the rest of the family members.
An over active imagination? Unfounded fears? Flashbacks? Maybe. Maybe not.
Since man has walked this Earth, people from every culture claim to have seen, heard, and even touched beings that can only be described as not of this world. We live in a four dimensional universe of up and down, left and right, back and forth, and time. At least, that’s all we can perceive with our five senses.
But what if there are more dimensions? Certain scientific theories seem to support and even predict such things in a most elegant way. And there could be a whole lot of wonderful, strange, and terrifying beings that live there. Well, if so, no worries. At least they’re there and we’re here. Right?
 Excerpt from Escalation: The Adventures of Chase Manhattan, after an encounter with good and evil beings not of this world 
“If angels and demons are hyper-beings, creatures that exist in extra dimensions, then they can manifest themselves as angels of light. Perhaps they can easily roll right out of additional dimensions of hyperspace as light, or pure energy. Then they convert to mass in our three-dimensional universe as a being we can perceive with our five senses.”
But how can they do that? Albert Einstein was way ahead of his time. E=MC2. Equal means the same. Energy and mass times the speed of light squared are the same thing. So once again, an angel or a demon could step back and forth between dimensions at will (as long as they have authority to do so). Energy to mass, or a physical being that can be seen, heard, smelled, and touched. Then from mass right back into energy and poof, they’re gone just as quickly as they appeared.
So perhaps those monsters or angelic sightings we saw as children were more than imaginary. Kids. Their innocent minds are not as polluted as ours when it comes to viewing and perceiving the world we live in.

Stephen Tremp is the author of the Breakthrough series. Together, Breakthrough, Opening, and Escalation follow the lives of the unlikely participants from innocence to a coming of age through sacrifice, betrayal, passion, lust, unconditional love, and hope. Escalation will appeal to fans of modern-day science fiction, paranormal, action, horror, and even romance.
Stop by Stephen's blog and find more of his insightful thoughts on science and our future.

And to download Escalation: The Adventures of Chase Manhattan At Amazon
Thanks, Stephen. So readers, do you think there are other dimensions? If so, what will we find there? Have you checked out Stephen's blog and followed his tour?





  1. Cool thoughts here, Stephen! I was always told by my mother that all the noises I heard was my imagination...but this gives me pause!

  2. Nice protective angels are lovely but less of the monsters please - I'd be glad for them to be totally imaginary! LOL!!

    Yay for Stephen! Take care

  3. If it's another dimension that houses angels, I'm looking forward to finding out!

  4. Dimensions and realities would be fun to explore, unless something tried to eat me.

  5. Stephen knows how to weave the science with the supernatural, scary monsters and all.

  6. Thanks Susan for hosting me today. We're all trying to find ways to explaining our world and our place in it. Hope this help at leas a little bit,

    And Pat, I agree about the being eaten part.

  7. Stephen always has something interesting to say. I hope his book sells a million copies.

  8. I like the way your mind works, Stephen. What if…

  9. There's always an explanation, we just don't know how to reach it. After going through the wardrobe in Narnia, I've always wanted to find other worlds.

  10. I will definitely check out the blog. Thanks.

  11. Cheer us up do, Stephen, once we are grown up we realise such fears are unfounded and then you come along and say "well maybe". I don't want to know.

  12. I do believe there is more than we know now - love the idea of so many possibilities :)

  13. Fascinating stuff. I do think there are other dimensions and that which we consider supernatural are things we haven't been able to explain scientifically yet.

    Susan, I won a copy of First Dragon last week! I'm excited to read it. :)

  14. That's exciting, Christine. Hope you like it.

  15. I buy into not being able to explain a lot of extraordinary things in our world. Love the idea that there are dimensions and we're simply not tuned into seeing or understanding them yet.

    Good luck to Stephen.

  16. Susan, thank you again for hosting me. And thanks to everyone for stopping by. This is always a very interesting topic and one that we can talk about and never run out of different opinions.