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  1. #1 5 Dimensions Of Space - Frequency of Cycles in Dimensional Scale 
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    This is a part of longer movie, which I made some time ago, but I removed everything, what is not related with the subject from it.
    Sorry for being sarcastic in my explanations...



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    1) Most of us have better things to do than watch a 25 minute video (of nonsense). If you have a point to make then make it here.
    2) GIGO.
    3) The only part I agree with is where you said "I have no idea".


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    A universe with five macroscopic spatial dimensions would be inherently unstable, so we wouldn’t be here to discuss this.

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    A universe with five macroscopic spatial dimensions would be inherently unstable, so we wouldn’t be here to discuss this.
    This is why, I don't consider the time as a linear dimension. In the movie I make the statement, that there are are only 4 dimensions in physical space: X, Y, Z and the scale. You can move in any direction, or change your size and you still will be able to observe your previous frame - but you can't observe the time beyond present moment. Besides quantum physics proves, that future time is not fully determined - so it doesn't exist physically, just as space does.

    I define the time, as a frequency of cycles in a frame - hard to call it a "physical dimension". We can observe the flow of time, by comparing the frequency of different cycles. For example you can compare the pulsations of a Silicon atom to orbital cycle of Earth and measure, how many seconds has a year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AstralTraveler View Post
    This is why, I don't consider the time as a linear dimension. In the movie I make the statement, that there are are only 4 dimensions in physical space: X, Y, Z and the scale. You can move in any direction, or change your size and you still will be able to observe your previous frame - but you can't observe the time beyond present moment. Besides quantum physics proves, that future time is not fully determined - so it doesn't exist physically, just as space does.

    I define the time, as a frequency of cycles in a frame - hard to call it a "physical dimension". We can observe the flow of time, by comparing the frequency of different cycles. For example you can compare the pulsations of a Silicon atom to orbital cycle of Earth and measure, how many seconds has a year...
    Still nonsense.
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