Can multi-dimensional alien devices destroy Earth and other galaxies?

Richard Chamberlain September 17, 2019

Reviewing the risks multi-dimensional universe faces from aliens

Can multi-dimensional alien devices destroy Earth and other galaxies?

One will find theories of aliens and alien attacks by the dozens floating on the internet. At times, what’s thought to be an alien spaceship or device turns out to be a thing from the Earth. Earlier this year in April, NASA’s rocket launch painted the Arctic sky ablaze with colorful blue vapor clouds, which were visible from parts of Norway and Finland, and made many compare it to an “alien attack.” However, the big question is if the multi-dimensional universe faces any real threat from multi-dimensional alien devices. Here’s an overview of what popular films and fiction depict.

Alien attack in films and TV series

Alien invasions aren’t always performed using multi-dimensional devices or huge space vessels. Sometimes, they can be insidious and unnoticeable unless all hell breaks loose. For instance, in the 1956-film Invasion of the Body Snatchers, the protagonist discovers his peaceful home town being infected by alien spores, which are to blame for replacing the town’s inhabitants with submissive, soulless clones.

Some other popular films depicting alien attacks are Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979), John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982), Kurt Neumann’s Kronos (1957), and Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim (2013), to name a few. TV series like Invasion: Earth (by BBC) and some episodes of the X-Files also have alien attacks as their central premise.

Alien attack in fiction

In Richard W. Chamberlain’s Tick Tock Universe, readers will get to read how the Harvesters placed a sun killing device, which was one of the multi-dimensional alien devices designed to trigger multi-dimensional destruction. This device could be set around most of the galactic stars to speed up their normal evolutionary processes to the point that any race that used that star for its life would die prematurely.

The fact that the speed limit of the Universe is so incredibly slow in comparison to the extraordinary size of just our own galaxy would preclude any aliens from within our own space-time from attacking Earth. That would signify that more than likely the aliens seen about Earth would have to come to us through and interdimensional method.


Call to action:

What’s your take on multi-dimensional alien devices? Do you think they really exist or are they just found in films, TV series, and fiction? Share your opinion with me in the comments section below. To make the conversation flow, get in touch with me through Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads. To read an interesting sci-fi where you will get to read about a multi-dimensional alien device, make sure to pick up my book Tick Tock Universe.


O’Callaghan, Paul. “10 great films about aliens visiting Earth.” BFI, July 26, 2018.


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Richard W. Chamberlain served in the US Navy submarine force for twelve years. He earned a mathematics degree . . .

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