4th dimension is extension of 3rd dimension. A world within worlds

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  1. akabrutus Registered Member

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    Measuring the 3 dimensions fit a pattern and the 4th dimension continues that pattern. This video illustrates what length width and height is and how they build collectively the 4th dimension.Z 4D space is still just length width and height but multiplied together. (LWH)(LWH). The confirmation of this is 4D is how it all produces a teseract in the video.


     
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  3. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    What ballocks.

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  5. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Nice graphics. You made that yourself?

    Your math is flawed.

    1. A cube that is 3x the dimensions of the original cube is ... a second, larger cube.
    2. What you have constructed at the end is not a tesseract at all; it is simply one cube nestled inside another. All point in your final object can be defined by 3 coordinates. It's 3D.
     
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  7. akabrutus Registered Member

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    Yes and that is what a teseract is. 4D is multiplying the 3rd dimension so of course 4D is going to be bigger,
     
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  8. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Except you didn't multiply. Add you did was add.

    The length of a 1 unit line is 1 unit.
    The length of a 3 unit line is 3 units.
    The sum of both is 4 units.

    The area of a 1 unit square is 1^2 = 1.
    The area of a 3 unit square is 3^2 = 9.
    Th total area of both is 9+1 = 10.

    The volume of a 1 unit cube is 1^3 = 1.
    The volume of a 3 unit cube is 3^3 = 27.
    The total volume of both is 28+1 = 28.
     
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  9. akabrutus Registered Member

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    There is no addition. You have a cube and you multiply the length, width and height. L = 3; W =3; and H = 3
    3 x 3 x 3 = 27 cubes. Count the number of cubes in the character that are the same size as the original middle cube. You will count 27 of them.
     
  10. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Correct.
    And it's still just a cube. Nothing to do with tesseract or the 4th dimension so far.
     
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    For illustrative purposes, anyway. Cube inside another cube is the kind of shadow reflection or 3D-drawing representation of a tesseract. Without the extra sensory dimension, nesting the "slices" inside each other is all that can be done to simply portray such. The real deal would have the "slices" of equal size.
     
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  14. akabrutus Registered Member

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    An object has a length, width, and, height.

    What is the 4th dimension?

    The object itself.

    The 4th dimension is the actual, tangible, complete, whole, and realized object.

    Not just its linear measurements but the actual complete unit.

    The 4th dimension is reality.
     
  15. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    That is not what a dimension is.

    To specify an event (a specific location in space at a specific time), one must specify exactly four coordinates. On need not specify tangibility, completeness, wholeness or ... realityness.
     
  16. akabrutus Registered Member

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    Here is another way to put it to show why it is so.


    An object has length, width, and, height.

    What is the 4th dimension?

    An object has measurements but it
    is a single object.

    The object = 1
    1(LWH) = The 1 is the 4th dimension.

    The 4th dimension is the object itself.

    The 4th dimension is the actual, tangible, complete, whole, and realized object.

    Not just its linear measurements but the actual complete unit.

    The 4th dimension is reality.
     
  17. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 70 years old Valued Senior Member

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    The Universe has length, width, and, height

    It is a collection of billions and billions of bits of stuff

    It is one Universe

    Not the 4th dimension

    Of course could go other way

    Quark has has length, width, and, height

    Ditto ditto ditto

    It also not 4th dimension

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  18. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    You might want to read up on what a dimension is. It is, simplistically, a degree of freedom.

    Specifying dimensions doesn't require any object at all. At location [0,0,0,0] there is no object at all, and yet it specifies a uniquely-defined location.

    This point can move from [0,0,0,0] to [0,0,0,1], or to [1,1,1,1] or whatever. But it can't move from ball to hatchet. That is not a physical degree of freedom.
     
  19. akabrutus Registered Member

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    There is a concept called completeness and that is really what the 4th dimension is about. It completes.

    For instant a baseball diamond has 4 bases. There are 3 dimensions representing 1st 2nd and 3rd. The 3rd is all you need to measure a square but to complete the square you need a 4th.
     
  20. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    By that logic, you need 6 dimensions to measure a hexagon.

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    In fact, you only need two dimensions to measure a baseball diamond - or any 2 dimensional shape: length and width.

    Please read up on what a dimension is.
     
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  21. davewhite04 Valued Senior Member

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    What do you think the 4th dimension is? Why?
     
  22. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    Gobbledygook...
    Space consists of three dimensions, length, breadth, and height.
    The fourth recognised dimension is time.
    Also it is painfully obvious this nonsense of yours should be in "alternative theories". So why did you attempt to cheat and pull the wool over people's eyes by putting it in the sciences?
    Obviously you are not asking a question, but stating something as fact, as opposed to what is generally accepted as fact.
     
  23. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    There are four dimensions: 3 spatial and one time. That is how many it takes to uniquely locate a point in space time.

    We can certainly speculate about higher dimensions, but the OP at least should really know what he is talking about when he talks bout dimensions. Word salad doesn't help anyone, and it's not science.
     
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