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Daniel Cohen (M, 36)
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    4th Dimension? 5th? 10th?
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    How many dimensions are there? Really? Three spatial dimensions commonly known as width, length, and height. Also the fourth, the abstract dimension of time. This our world as we know it, realizing ourselves in a specific place in the universe and time in the universe, that we perceive. We only perceive dimensions with the use of our complex brain. The first three dimensions specifically perceived by our brain aided by our vision. The fourth dimension perceived by the brain aided by our memory.

    The fifth dimension is said to be the alternate realities that split time into different routes. Whether the fifth dimension is the one that really exists or that exists in our head, is to be debated. The fifth dimension also makes me think of the difference between fate and destiny. The other dimensions proposed have many different aspects, most of which we can't physically see or maybe understand right now.

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    folkert     Tue, May 29, 2007  Permanent link
    Hey Daniel, check this out — an eleven minute animation coming from a book called "Imagining the Tenth Dimension". Pretty mind boggling but fun to try and understand.