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Fourth Dimension Explained By A High School Student!

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posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 01:27 PM
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This young man gives me hope for our youth! He explains in detail (just one theory of many) how the forth dimension works.

Is he one of the Star Seed Children, or Indigo Children who has come to enlighten us?


According to Wikipedia:

Indigo children, according to a pseudoscientific New Age concept, are children who are believed to possess special, unusual and sometimes supernatural traits or abilities.


Maybe he'll be the next great genius of our time; he seems to be well on his way!






posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 01:40 PM
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a reply to: sled735

It's fairly well detailed video. He did a good job.

But honestly, this isn't much beyond what should be a k-6 level educational video. We are just a consumer society not an education based society.

I just can't use terms like indigo child or genius, he's just a good kid who is actually interested in science, there's nothing here a 3rd grader shouldn't know simply by watching a Michi Kaku video or Two

Not in anyway putting it down, good for him!!! Just saying, most parents and their children are so stupid, seeing a kid who actually reads a bit seems shocking....




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posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 02:11 PM
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As a mathematician, I am glad this kid decided to make this video and share it with people. Knowledge of mathematics is pretty sad for the general population.

This is all quite old of a theory though. Sounds to me like he read the book Flatland by Edwin Abbot Abbot published in 1884 ( en.wikipedia.org... ) and/or Hyperspace by Michio Kaku published in 1994 ( en.wikipedia.org...(book) )



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 03:01 PM
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a reply to: criticalhit

Okay, maybe I'm showing my age. I really loved Science in school, but I don't remember them ever teaching anything like this.

Oh well, nice to see topics are improving in school these days.



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 03:04 PM
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originally posted by: sled735
a reply to: criticalhit

Okay, maybe I'm showing my age. I really loved Science in school, but I don't remember them ever teaching anything like this.

Oh well, nice to see topics are improving in school these days.

Don't sweat it. I got the same kind of reply when I posted a 'theory of relativity for dummies' type video. Trust me, I didn't learn anything like this in 3rd grade either.


That's the good thing about knowledge...it's never too late to acquire!



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posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 05:30 PM
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Yeah I don't know about the genius part, but he is smart for his age by American standards. I believe this is common knowledge for the younger kids in India. We as a country use to challenge our kids back in the day and now it's a sad politically correct shadow of our countries once great schooling.



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 08:48 PM
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The begining points of this video is so wrong. Why feed theories to a paradox? Paradox's don't exist and come from our errors solving a problem.


To start off. There is no such thing as 1D.

Even in 1D the object is clearly 3D because mass is not 2D.
So any ideas, any thought at all. Weither you drawl lines on paper to make an illusion of a 3D object that our brains reconizes based on shade and color depth and volume.

You can imagine a world on a chalkboard all you want, Or even a monopoly table and that does not make the images printed on the covers using paint to trigger paradolia in splotches of paint we reconize as words and shapes.

Relating any of that to another alternate universe is like saying we live in the marvel universe attached by an infinite ammount of universes and so on.

Anyways/ Dimensions cann't be so easily explained, As they are only within our mental capabilties at understanding mental pictures and places. These are not literal, You cannot bend a sheet of paper and say * This is one edge of the univer* and this is the other. Because the Universe isn't Flat. It spans in all directions infinitely. ANd even bacteria and micro-organisms don't live in a 2D world. It is still very much 3D jsut from our perspective it seems like it is 2D.

Probably where these ideas come from, TO many grad students staring at electron microcopes and trying to explain out point of views seeing through a lense of technology as some sort of reflection in reality is simiply fraud.

There is no altnerate *DImensions* Because there is only 1 way of viewing the world.


Repeat that again.


THERE IS NO ALTERNATE DIMENSIONS, Why? Because there is only ONE way of viewing the world. And that is, How you the individual views it.

DImensions are not a place lol, its a concept of describing things in the *Physical* world. By adding wideth dimension and volume. Hense the term DImension.



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 09:37 PM
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a reply to: sled735

star seed/indigo is rather a term for people more spiritually advanced. the additional/unusual knowledge comes as a side effect.

this kid, well. he's just not dumbed down like the most. which is, don't get me wrong, a very good thing. but at the same time it's a sad world we live in, when someone is thought to be a genious only because he's not a moron.



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 10:42 PM
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he sounds like a very intelligent teenager

kudos to him for giving us his take on the matter

personally I think 4d has paranormal and supernatural elements
stuff that cannot be explained to us in a 3d environment



posted on Sep, 8 2014 @ 02:40 AM
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a reply to: NarcolepticBuddha

Well, neither did I as a kid, but that's a commentary on the school system, our ages perhaps as well. I'm just saying this is pretty common stuff, flatland, what the bleep, Michiu ... It's layman, discovery channel sort of level stuff, not genius...



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