Actually I'm not a physics major, and looking at it again I really don't understand the explanation about going from the 4th dimension to the 5th dimesion.

It uses the Heisenberg Uncertainty principle (which I am familiar with, being a chemist) to explain that we are constanly determining the outcome of our experiences by simply viewing pariticles and thus determining their position in space at given moments.

However, as far as I know, the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle only works for sub atomic particles. I can't look at a jar on the shelf, and assume every moment before that, that it was floating around the room. Mass, inertia and all of the other forces still apply on the macro scale. Right???