posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 01:07 PM
Originally posted by AthlonSavage
reply to post by Harles1990
imagine if stick figures drawn on paper were real and had experiences. They they would on be aware of two physical planes ....the flat paper. They
wouldnt see us looking down on them cause they cant comprehend anything other than whats on the sheet of paper. Well where we are observing them is
the third dimension. Their world is made of x and y directions on the paper and therefore they live in a two dimensional world.
But all this is only imagination, right? There is no such thing as 2 dimensional world with 2 dimensional beings. In fact I can't imagine a 2
dimensional object; even a line drawn on paper must have a third dimension, otherwise it won't exists, at least not for us. That stick figure on paper
it surely has a third dimension. Is anyone aware of any 2 dimensional object, at all?
I don't know how people came up with all this multidimensional thing, but for me it makes no sense. We can observe only 2 dimensions within our 3
dimensional world, if we choose so, but not a 2 dimensional world in itself. There is no "lower" dimension world than ours, at least not that we are
aware of. So why would there be a 4 dimensional world, or higher?
To give an example, a dog perceive much more smells than a human. It doesn't mean that it lives in a higher dimensional world of smells. A bee or an
ant can perceive details at a much smaller scale than a human, again, not because they are in a different dimension. The fact that there might be some
things we don't perceive it doesn't mean it is because they exist in a higher or lower dimension. We just don't have the proper organ or ability.
I would love for someone to explain this to me in a logical manner, so I can get it too. Because so far it seems to me that there is no such thing as
higher or lower dimensional worlds, or universe, and if there is, we are in no way able to perceive it.
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