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I am stress. Why must I be stress?

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- Thread starter Johnny Sooshi
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I am stress. Why must I be stress?

just remember that everyone recognizes and appreciates passion. be yourself and your passion for entomology will come through and be appreciated

I am stress. Why must I be stress?

Yeahh it worked out. I think I overexplained myself cuz I do that but uhh I think it might be okay.just remember that everyone recognizes and appreciates passion. be yourself and your passion for entomology will come through and be appreciated

I do need to uh, *sigh*, go through my photos and try to put more up on my flickr cuz that's where the interaction occurred. But he went over and liked some stuff on my twitter right after so (they were retweets tho cuz I'm not brave enough to make my own posts)

We live in 4 dimensional space-time, but we can't actually see objects in 4 dimensions, we can only see 3 dimensional space. For example, a tesseract, or hypercube, is a cube represented in 4 dimensional space, but it's not something we can actually observe visually. String theory posits there is something like 10 dimensions involved with how the universe functions. There are some theories though that operate under the assumption that the universe as we know it can function with just 5 dimensions. Anyway, what I'm getting at is even if we somehow managed to percieve 4 dimensional space, it wouldn't actually be a breakthrough or anything, we'd only be finally gaining insight into the dimensional space we already live in. And so I was thinking, hypothetically, what if each dimension works in a way where only space in the dimension below the one that is techinically being occupied can be observed, besides all the lower dimensional spaces too. Like, we are in 4D space, but we can only observe 3D, but we also can observe 2D and 1D. So in 5D space, which would be the next dimension above ours, you wouldn't be seeing reality in 5D, you would see objects in 4D, and then 3D, 2D, and 1D as well.

have you ever read william sleator's

We live in 4 dimensional space-time, but we can't actually see objects in 4 dimensions, we can only see 3 dimensional space. For example, a tesseract, or hypercube, is a cube represented in 4 dimensional space, but it's not something we can actually observe visually. String theory posits there is something like 10 dimensions involved with how the universe functions. There are some theories though that operate under the assumption that the universe as we know it can function with just 5 dimensions. Anyway, what I'm getting at is even if we somehow managed to percieve 4 dimensional space, it wouldn't actually be a breakthrough or anything, we'd only be finally gaining insight into the dimensional space we already live in. And so I was thinking, hypothetically, what if each dimension works in a way where only space in the dimension below the one that is techinically being occupied can be observed, besides all the lower dimensional spaces too. Like, we are in 4D space, but we can only observe 3D, but we also can observe 2D and 1D. So in 5D space, which would be the next dimension above ours, you wouldn't be seeing reality in 5D, you would see objects in 4D, and then 3D, 2D, and 1D as well.

Add in to all this that we three dimensional beings can only observe three dimensional space in two dimensional cross-sections.

We live in 4 dimensional space-time, but we can't actually see objects in 4 dimensions, we can only see 3 dimensional space. For example, a tesseract, or hypercube, is a cube represented in 4 dimensional space, but it's not something we can actually observe visually. String theory posits there is something like 10 dimensions involved with how the universe functions. There are some theories though that operate under the assumption that the universe as we know it can function with just 5 dimensions. Anyway, what I'm getting at is even if we somehow managed to percieve 4 dimensional space, it wouldn't actually be a breakthrough or anything, we'd only be finally gaining insight into the dimensional space we already live in. And so I was thinking, hypothetically, what if each dimension works in a way where only space in the dimension below the one that is techinically being occupied can be observed, besides all the lower dimensional spaces too. Like, we are in 4D space, but we can only observe 3D, but we also can observe 2D and 1D. So in 5D space, which would be the next dimension above ours, you wouldn't be seeing reality in 5D, you would see objects in 4D, and then 3D, 2D, and 1D as well.

After all, are you able to see all sides of an object as well as the inside of it, all at the same time?

No, only a 4th dimensional being is capable of doing that.

To make this make more sense, a two dimensional being can only observe their two dimensional world in one dimensional cross-sections. But we three dimensional beings can see all sides of a square, as well as inside of a square all at the same time.

You ought to read

and now just move the dimensions higher and consuder a fourth dimensional being obseving a three dimensional universe in the way you observe a piece of paper. they will see length and width and height simultaneously. or something like that... if you like mental exercises

No, but I just read a synopsis but it didn't really go in depth well, it seems interesting though.have you ever read william sleator'sthe boy who reversed himself

Careful, I've listened to many a Tool song and tried a similar mental exercise....

and now just move the dimensions higher and consuder a fourth dimensional being obseving a three dimensional universe in the way you observe a piece of paper. they will see length and width and height simultaneously. or something like that... if you like mental exercises

~~maybe flat earthers live in the fourth dimension~~

i mean it's more of a youth novel so its not like THAT complex but it addressed some of that stuff in a whimsical manner; i remember it from middle schoolNo, but I just read a synopsis but it didn't really go in depth well, it seems interesting though.

so anyway I think ghosts are 4 dimensional objects that we're getting a glimpse of

Mortal Kombat: ***includes the Aztec god of the sun, war, and sacrifice with a very mythologically accurate appearance, personality, and godly attributes, right down to his fatalities***

Also Mortal Kombat: "Let's just change his name from Huitzilopochtli to Kotal Kahn for no reason, lol."

Also Mortal Kombat: "Let's just change his name from Huitzilopochtli to Kotal Kahn for no reason, lol."

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why do I choose to read creepy things before I go to bed, and then end up all freaked out?

I'm not from India, nor do I practice Sikhism, but I can respect the hell out of a man who, at 75 years old, still could wield a sword effectively, and got decapitated, yet carried on fighting.

Sources say he held his sword in one hand, head in the other.

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