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General Category => General => Topic started by: kittysocks on June 16, 2013, 02:59 am

I'm going to make this simple. So say you can see a cube. (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a5/Hexahedron.svg/280pxHexahedron.svg.png)
You have height, length, and width.
4th dimension has depth. (https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/22/Hypercube.svg/190pxHypercube.svg.png)
But here's the catch. This is technically a 4D object. (https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/ac/Tesseract2.svg/150pxTesseract2.svg.png)
You see it's height, length, and width. But see the parts that stick out at you? Is it width with height and length? No. As the aren't attached to the original height, length, and width. So it's depth. From front view, it looks like it's pointing deeper out at you. Width can't make this kind thing. So depth is comprehendable. Tell me. If it's impossible for a being of 2D to see in 3D, how can we possible conceive of 4D like physicist claim? so we're actually IN the 4th dimension. As if we were in 3D, we would just see cubes and other basic 3D shapes.
I know it's BOUND to be flawed, so don't mind contradicting it.
(Btw, this is only theoretical.)

lol, makes sense

The 4th dimension is time, not depth.

Say you would be in a cube room. It's like a 2D, only with height. Everything is only going 3 ways. Now go into a tesseract cube. You'll notice that that walls go inwards or outwards. Making depth. Sure they have depth at 3D, BUT. 4D lines are diagonal! So things can have farther depth!

The 4th dimension is time, not depth.
It's only theoretical. Plus, we have time. So maybe it's fused with our dimension like Einstein said, but time is still a higher dimension. Or atleast what you think. As this loop could happen over and over infinitely if this thread applies to 5D+. Making time nondimensional.

It's only theoretical.
I don't think you understand, though. Depth is part of the 3rd dimension, it can be height, length or width. Depth is how you look at an object; how far something is from the closest point to the furthest point. It's not a theory.

But guess what. Diagonal depths have comprehendable depths. As they have there own 3D 4D concepts.

I don't think you understand, though. Depth is part of the 3rd dimension, it can be height, length or width. Depth is how you look at an object; how far something is from the closest point to the furthest point. It's not a theory.
True. That is the only real problem with my theory.

But guess what. Diagonal depths have comprehendable depths. As they have there own 3D 4D concepts.
Changing direction doesn't leave the dimension. A line can be facing in any direction and the H, W and L will stay the same. This may change the depth, but it never alters the 3rd dimension.

The theory is correct.
There is a ninth dimensin.

There are much more than just 4 dimensions in our regular everyday lives.

better example of 4d than the flawed diagrams kitty posted (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4P65EKjt0&html5=1)

There are much more than just 4 dimensions in our regular everyday lives.
true

Too much maths!! Your killing me!! This is sploder not a maths class!!