I have made a fascinating discovery. There is only one small IF, and that is, IF it turns out that Heim theory correctly describes the physics of field propulsion and the transition into another universe that originated as Dr. Heim has postulated, but with a different n number, then the following holds.
The different universes, having originated through mechanism identical to that of our own, must be quite similar to our own to the extent possible with a different n number. The value 0 < n <= 10E+10 is attributed to Heim Theory. Therefore, for values of adjacent n, it would appear that the fundamental properties of the universe would be very similar to our own. There may even be a similar planet to Earth in orbit around a star located very similarly to our sun. That is, once our spaceship transitions into the parallel universe and then if I look out the back window, I may not see any difference, the planet back there may look like Earth. And, If that is the case, why did I build the space ship in the first place? All I really need is to transition into the parallel universe and with a little thought, I bet we can figure out how to do that without leaving the ground. Just transition and I am on a different planet that may even have unused oil still in ground, or gold in California. Hmm, 10 to the tenth universes, I think that gives almost enough earths for each of us to have one.
Of course, this is a little worrisome, too, because if we can do it, THEY can do it. So if you don't hear from me again, you can suspect that THEY read this forum, too. I can only hope that THEY don't know my IP address.