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Imagining the 10th Dimension

I first learned that there were 10 dimensions back when I read the mind-blowing Hyperspace by Michio Kaku. Here’s a video explaining how to imagine it…

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6 Comments on Imagining the 10th Dimension

  1. Sometime you just have to accept that there are things you can’t imagine. n dimensional space is one of them!

    During my physics degree my tutor told me to not think about special relativity and to just learn the maths, because thinking about it wouldn’t get you anywhere (except maybe a very large headache and zero marks in the exam).

  2. I have seen this before. At the higher dimensions, though, his formulation of what the dimensions are like is actually idiosyncratic, rather than the usual conception.

  3. I’m sorry, but Mundane SF does not accept the possibility of higher dimensions…


  4. I’ve been to the Tenth Dimension, the tee-shirt sucked. :-@

    Good animation though. But the picture the animation used for man should have been BOB from The Church of the Sub-Genius.

  5. joshua corning // August 23, 2007 at 10:08 pm //

    except maybe a very large headache and zero marks in the exam

    This is how the sorry state of science has lead to the religious fanaticism of anthropic global climate change.

  6. I found this video relatively interesting.

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