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#14 - haseotakaeda (01/21/2013) [-]
Isn't it 5D?   
4D being like   
mathematical impossibilities, things looping in on themselves   
5D being interactive stuff   
or am i wrong
Isn't it 5D?
4D being like
mathematical impossibilities, things looping in on themselves
5D being interactive stuff
or am i wrong
#32 to #14 - creepyunclebob (01/21/2013) [-]
How dare you be wrong on the internet! PREPARE TO BE THUMBED DOWN INTO OBLIVION.
User avatar #59 to #32 - haseotakaeda (01/22/2013) [-]
Thumbed up because you're right
I even called myself out on being wrong
damn people are cruel
#17 to #14 - titletaker ONLINE (01/21/2013) [-]
The fourth dimension isn't "time/space" or anything like that. Just like in the first, second, and third dimensions, it's just another form of perception. For example: Second-dimensional beings perceive things in the first dimension (flat, straight lines. Like wires along the horizon). Third-dimensional beings perceive things in two dimensions (length and width. We don't truly perceive things with depth, we just assume that if an object seems to get smaller/bigger, it is getting further/closer). I have a link that will explain it better to you than I can.   
   
www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_Smr7yaR5I
The fourth dimension isn't "time/space" or anything like that. Just like in the first, second, and third dimensions, it's just another form of perception. For example: Second-dimensional beings perceive things in the first dimension (flat, straight lines. Like wires along the horizon). Third-dimensional beings perceive things in two dimensions (length and width. We don't truly perceive things with depth, we just assume that if an object seems to get smaller/bigger, it is getting further/closer). I have a link that will explain it better to you than I can.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_Smr7yaR5I
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