In other words, nothing is impossible given that we have yet to unlock the mysteries of our own existence. Let me be cautious though and admit that it will take time, lots of it for us to develop the needed sense or knowledge to see our current dimensions as just the starting point of our journey through the rest of time and space. Even the laws governing time and space paradigms are not set in stone. We must follow what parameters we have now in order to test them against all new information but when the time comes for admitting we have not yet corralled all of what is possible then we must move to a new way of thinking to put some order to it.
Much like the problems we face today in our political, economic and social lives. What worked yesterday served us adequately or not, but what doesn't work today should not be our model for moving forward into our future. We must update and realign our thinking to match the evolutionary change we are inevitably part of. If we think it then we may create it if we push the boundaries of what we know out to the edge of what we don't know. Eventually we get there, in many cases like going to the Moon.