It was more like a humorous hint to these theories where each time a new dimension is added.....so obviously there is always one more.

For instance you can add a dimension to a point... if it moves the point has a direction. If angle is a dimension then that direction on itself becomes a dimension for the point. Hence a point - dynamically - has one dimension then. Only static, staring at it, it hasn,t.

Would this mean a surface is 2+1 dimensional then or maybe 2*2=4.

And a fysical body would it be only 1+1+1+1 or 2^2 + 2^2=8 ?

Maybe it depends how you construkt it in real geometry or imaginary. I can imagine a surface as a cut out from paper (allthough the paper has a weight and thickness) but also as a trajektory for a moving line perpendicular direction to it,s length. This is a way of construkting. Printing a surface on paper or draw it with a piece of charcoal with it,s full length touching the paper. If the tangent moves perpendicular to the length over the paper you also get a surface but with a direction and as the paper a material existence hence 2^2*2= 2*4 dimensional ?

Four (for four dimensions) comes back in this but as 2^2 to the fourth and the thickness of the layer multiplies it with two.

Statical as a secquency of pictures a dimension only would add one up but dynamically ?

Interesting site about dimensions (To me, dr rocket will sure be able to explain in his words and as usual without real arguments that it's rubbish, crackpottery etc) is the tgd site of Matti pitkanen.

http://tgd.wippiespace.com/public_html/
TGD stands for topological-geometro-dynamics.

Even though I can,t understand even half of it it is at least intruiging to me (but string - and m-theory also at least intrigue me)