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We are very limited if only by the physics which defines our world. So then what is the implications of the shape we cannot think of?
The shape of love,you can feel it but you can not draw it,because you can not draw the fourth dimension.
Can you imagine a shape that has yet to exist?
Pity my ex wife had an ugly shape of her face last time I saw her
The chestahedron is a unique volume constructed of four equilateral triangles and three “kite” shapes (quadrilaterals). The chestahedron is unique in that the areas of the triangles and quadrilaterals are equal. The chestahedron is the first seven-sided volume with faces of equal area
I use this as a philosophical question of the implication of the question itself!
What is the implication that we as humans cannot imagine or think of a shape that does not exist?
I believe a God can think of a shape that does not exist, that is His nature, His ability to do things we cannot.
Our limitations are so sever but as you would see in my thread about "science being a religion" a lot of people think humans are limitless in our abilities, which is utter garbage. We are very limited if only by the physics which defines our world. So then what is the implications of the shape we cannot think of?
Is it that we have yet to go there?
Is it that we can never go there?
Is it that there can be no more shapes we cannot think of, than what already exists?