Imagining the tenth dimension

This will blow your mind. Do you, like me, ever wonder what the fourth, fifth, and upper dimensions are like?

Well, here’s a good layman’s explanation, by Rob Bryanton. Just mind-blowing!

5 Replies to “Imagining the tenth dimension”

  1. Speaking as the resident IT guy, you prolly weren’t clicking right. Did you try CTRL + ALT + DEL?

    Just wait till X-mas, babe. Santy Claus just might make your wish come true! Ho, ho, ho! 🙂

  2. Oh man, I just love commenting on your blog when you’re sitting right next to me on the couch. Hey, when are we going to carve our pumpkins? I guess not tomorrow, since it’s going to snow, huh?

  3. Yeah, I guess you’re right, what with the snow and all.

    It sure is a good thing that no one reads our blogs. Otherwise, how would we get away with such sappy PDA?

  4. Since I generally don’t watch online videos and keep all flash turned off for browsing security, the main site was nevertheless a curious read: http://www.tenthdimension.com/flash2.php — in spite of flash being turned off. At least there was some text there.

    Not sure I understand it.

    In that text there seems to be an implication that there are only 10 dimensions. I understand from reading other “layman’s” explanations that there are an many more than 10 dimensions in string theory.

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