The 4th Spatial dimension is memory.

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  1. HawkI Registered Senior Member

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    A 3D solid object in the 3rd Spatial dimension casts a 2D flat shadow. (It remembers the dimension below)
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    A 3D Cube in the 4th Spatial dimension turns into a Tesseract. This is a Cube with six Square based Cones meeting in the middle, thus remembering the Cube's 2D Surface Areas.

    A 3D Sphere in the 4th Spatial dimension turns into a Hypersphere. This is a Sphere with Cones projecting from it, each the length of the Radius, thus remembering the 2D Diagonal Radii.

    A 2D Rectangle in the 4th Spatial dimension turns into a Mobius strip. This is a continuous curve, thus remembering the Rectangle's 1D Perimeter.

    A 1D Line in the 4th Spatial dimension turns into a Complex Plane. This attaches an Imaginary Number to each Point of the Line, thus remembering the Line's 0D Points.

    They said it would take someone with great imagination to understand the 4th Spatial Dimension, and I've done just that. Enjoy.
     
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  3. HawkI Registered Senior Member

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    For those of you who don't know, a Diagonal line can only exist with both height and length, therefore Diagonals are 2D shapes.
     
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  5. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    I'll bet everyone who reads this thinks you're the greatest!
     
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  7. arfa brane call me arf Valued Senior Member

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    I'm thinking about how to prove that memory isn't possible in less than three spatial dimensions, plus time.

    My conjecture is that it's impossible to store information in anything with fewer dimensions; so it's impossible to store information in one dimension, or in two or three. Four is the minimum.
     
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  8. HawkI Registered Senior Member

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    Complex Numbers are needed in Quantum Mechanics, so you can look into that area also in the investigation.
     
  9. HawkI Registered Senior Member

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    By sharing this information, I have made their imagination great.
     
  10. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 70 years old Valued Senior Member

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    Nooooo

    Shadows are 3D

    From the unlit side of a object to the surface of a object, where the light blocking is noticed

    Call that hight or depth

    Length and breadth do not mimic the object and vary according to the light source and its positioning

    No such object

    Again noooooo

    Memory is the retention of chemical and electrical signals in the brain and coded to be reconstituted when required

    A 3D brain is very good at this

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  11. HawkI Registered Senior Member

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    You learn something new everyday, you've just given the 4th Spatial dimension even more credibility.

    There's a Sum to find the Length of a Diagonal Line and a method to find the Height of a Diagonal Line.

    Even our Organic Memories exist in the 4th Spatial dimension.
     
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  12. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 70 years old Valued Senior Member

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  13. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    No. Why would it?

    No. That is not what a tesseract is. Look it up. Or ask somebody who knows.

    No.

    No. A hypersphere does not have cones projecting from it.

    No. Why would it?

    No. Why would it?

    No. And no. And no.
     
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  14. HawkI Registered Senior Member

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    For the explanation I have given.

    Yet it is.

    Yet is is.

    Yet it does. (There's actually another Mathematical proof for this.)

    For the explanation I have given.

    For the explanation I have given.

    Alright then, someone with standard imagination. Yet I have.

    You are clearly not enjoying this.
     
  15. arfa brane call me arf Valued Senior Member

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    Just so we're clear, are you disagreeing with my claim that four dimensions are the minimum required? You're saying three dimensions is enough?
     
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  16. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    1.
    A spatial dimension is a degree of freedom for which any given point must have a coordinate in order to uniquely identify it (eg 0,0,0).

    We have three: length, width and height (or latitude, longitude and altitude - whatever suits your fancy ). Without all of those specified, we cannot uniquely define a point.

    An event is defined by four coordinates: x,y,z and t. Without all four, we cannot define a unique event. (eg. 0,0,0,0)

    It is not necessary to define a memory coordinate - whatever that might be.

    Memory is not a dimension.


    2. The world ticked along quite happily for 10 billion years without any kind of memory.

    3. A vast portion of the universe (46bly radius) still exists outside the bubble where memory was first created (4bly radius).


    The tiny multicellular organisms who first developed a primitive form of memory must of been a lot more impressive than we thought if they were able to create a physical dimension.
     
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  17. HawkI Registered Senior Member

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    The Universe remembers it's own physical properties. Don't get too caught up on the Biological Memories side of things, we're just sharing space with the rest of the Universe. We store our Bodies and Thoughts in the Universe's 3rd spatial Dimension.
     
  18. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    See warning: top of page:
    "Please do not post pseudoscience or pseudomathematics to the Science sections."
     
  19. river

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    With no depth . Therefore no possibility of actual real existence .
     
  20. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Correct. A diagonal line is an abstract concept.
    To be a real physical object, it would need a third spatial dimension.
     
  21. river

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    All three dimensions ( length , depth and breadth ,( space ) ) are fundamentally inherent in any real physical object .
     
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  22. HawkI Registered Senior Member

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    We are in the Pseudoscience section now.
     
  23. HawkI Registered Senior Member

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    An Atom is a 0D object.
     

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