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Four Dimensional "Cube"
 
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#26

verrah (05/31/2012) [+] (7 replies)
four dimensional?
do you even know what you're saying?!
it's a TWO dimensional animation with the idea of a 3dimensional object (not a cube).
do you even know what you're saying?!
it's a TWO dimensional animation with the idea of a 3dimensional object (not a cube).
#162

LargePenis (05/31/2012) []
Wait, is this a three dimensional representation of a four dimensional object on a two dimensional screen?
#30

oshtper (05/31/2012) [+] (5 replies)
The 4th dimension is the time itself. This is a 2 dimensional cube trying to resemble a 3 dimensional cube.
#73

seeteufel (05/31/2012) [+] (4 replies)
I just got up, I don't want to think right now, guys. Come on.
#83

brolewski (05/31/2012) [+] (1 reply)
4th dimension is time. We perceive things in the third dimension. As long as they have length, width and height, its 3D like this.
#1

godspeak (05/30/2012) [+] (3 replies)
That's a tesseract, a "shadow" of a fourth dimensional cube.
Science is so cool.
Science is so cool.
#164

saladtongsofdeath (05/31/2012) [+] (9 replies)
a cube is always 3 dimensional, that animation is actually still in the third dimension, the 3rd dimension is space, the fourth dimension is time
#123

supersparta (05/31/2012) []
Like an anonymous said a little while back, this is NOT how we would perceive a tesseract if we actually could. There are 12 dimensions of space (and mathematics proves there could be 13) and 1 of time. Since we, as humans, only live in 3 dimensions (length, width and depth) we can not perceive any of the higher dimensions. Same way we can't perceive colors outside of our visible spectrum. Those dimensions are still there and they still affect us, but we don't experience them directly, and, if not for the math, we wouldn't even know they were there.
#67

aintransplant (05/31/2012) [+] (1 reply)
It's actually an animated shadow of a tesseract. We have no way of creating a "real" tesseract because it would have right angles to every right angle we know. Terence McKenna explains it well in his video on "flat land".