Hopefully we can continue to learn from each other.
I do have to admit that your English is exceptional concerning it's not your primary language. I applaud you for that.
I like the example of the paper. It's a flat, 2 dimensional surface, but in order for anything to be represented on it, the writing utensil must come
into contact with it. We could even look at it deeper and see it as adding a third dimension of sorts, even though the extent of the dimension is very
miniscule. The lines that are drawn do have a depth to them on top of the plane of the paper, yet still connected to it (microscopic as that depth may
So, without the interaction of the two different "voids", nothing can be created in the void of the paper.
Our visual perception of the paper remains in 2 dimensions, even though we can represent 3 dimensions on it. That implies that we can represent the 4
dimensions in our 3 dimensional space and when we include time as the 4th dimension, we should be able to represent the 5th dimension and so on.
...although we don't presently know what the component of the 5th on up would be, if we knew them, we could incorporate them into the previous model
to get to that model.
What are your thoughts on the magnitude of the number of dimensions? Would there be infinitely many or would there be a finite number? I can see how
each could be argued but with our present abilities, I'm not certain that we could exclude one of the possiblities.
I see it as the possibility of infinite dimensions does exist, but we are not able, dut to our physical existance in this once-void, to move beyond a
finite number of them. Presently, we can conceptualize 4 and extend that thought on to more, but I feel there must be a finite number that is
accessible to us in our universe due to the addition from another void (whether that be a creator or some other force) in order to create what we are
and know of into this void. Just as the paper was limited to 2 dimensions for the purpose of drawing, we would be limited to some number for the
purpose of the forming existance that we are now a part of. ...of course we could also wad that paper up and it is transformed into 3 dimensions,
throw it across the room and the time it takes to travel would transform it into 4 dimensions....
Does what we consider to be "life" actually exist due to the interaction of a dimension higher than what we are able to percieve? I am back to
edit to address your edit.
Very interesting concept with the wave frequency! with each dimension represented by a wave, the lowest having the greatest frequency and changing as
the dimensions increase would produce a frequency that was straight and unmoving as the result... very, very interesting!
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