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Originally posted by Volatile
reply to post by theresult
Infinity. Well, from a point of imagination, i'd say it would be a loop, like you said. But a loop usually goes all the way around and stops at a point B, just before the starting point A.
But an infinite loop would just be something alittle more complex in nature. Something that has no starting point A and no ending point B.
But it is basicly impossible to picture something like infinity. Because, infinity never started, nor does it never end.
[edit on 9-2-2009 by Volatile]
Originally posted by Hellish-D
Originally posted by cancerian42
reply to post by Hellish-D
everything we know of is matter or energy. Those are 3d.
Yes, but they are also 2D, 4D, 8D and 10D, depending on how we look at them. We can only physically perceive 3D, so that's all we see.
What if our world existed as if it were painted on a canvas of a material of a higher dimensional plane (4D)? An observer of that higher dimension would ask the exact same question, would he not?
Originally posted by HunkaHunka
We know nothing else besides 3d? What do you call the measurement of time? That is a dimension as well... the 4th.
A Dimension is simply a way to measure something. I'm not sure why you think we are limited to 3.