# dimension evolvation

• March 19th, 2007, 02:30 PM
miomaz
dimension evolvation
I have no idea where this post should be placed so move it if you like mods.(note that this is both biology/physics)

In several Topics I have read the discussion about multi-dimensional beings, how come they are 3 dimensional and not higher and nor lower. Now I want to solve this problem with an appropriate answer though discussion.

My thought:

the unfitness of lower than 3 dimensional beings proportional to our physics

The thing is all beings under 3 dimensions have the clear disadvantage of not being aware of everything, making them easy bate for higher dimension creatures.

the unfitness for higher than 3 dimensional beings

It is not coincidence that beings evolved in a 3d state.
Firstly, matter just combines over the first 3d's (there for also cannot travel tough the higher spatial dimensions.)
Secondly, if it where possible for beings to evolve in a 4sd state then it would(see above, 2d example)
and lastly, gravety dosn't pull matter over the 4th spatial dimension.
• March 20th, 2007, 06:39 AM
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The thing is all beings under 3 dimensions have the clear disadvantage of not being aware of everything, making them easy bate for higher dimension creatures.
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It is not coincidence that beings evolved in a 3d state.
Firstly, matter just combines over the first 3d's (there for also cannot travel tough the higher spatial dimensions.)
Secondly, if it where possible for beings to evolve in a 4sd state then it would(see above, 2d example)
and lastly, gravety dosn't pull matter over the 4th spatial dimension.
How can bodies evolve from 2d or 4d state since they are mathematical point of view.

Sorry If I have misread the post.
• March 20th, 2007, 02:04 PM
miomaz
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The disadvantage of a 2d creature is that a 3d creature can see it from above while the 2d seeing creature doesn't see the 3d creature.

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How can bodies evolve from 2d or 4d state since they are mathematical point of view.
I haven't expressed myself correctly, the creatures evolve and "feel" in a 2d or 3d way (I wasn't talking about 4d in that section)

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Sorry If I have misread the post.
No, my English sucks.
• March 22nd, 2007, 10:07 AM
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The disadvantage of a 2d creature is that a 3d creature can see it from above while the 2d seeing creature doesn't see the 3d creature.
Can you give me an example of a 2d creature.
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Sorry If I have misread the post.

No, my English sucks.
Mine is worse than yours.
• March 22nd, 2007, 04:33 PM
Nevyn
a 2d creature would be impossible, they could have no digestive system as it would cut them in two...
• March 23rd, 2007, 07:20 AM