Think about dimensions for a second. 3 dimensions is something that has a width a length and a depth. Removing a dimension will leave you with a width and a length. Now, in theory, if we remove one more dimension, we are left with just a length; however, in order for human eyes to see that length, there has to be some amount of width to it. Imagine a straight line on a piece of paper. Although it only represents one dimension, no matter how thin you make it, it will always have two dimensions in order for it to be visible.

Therefore, it could be possible for things to exist in a one dimensional plane, and humans are just not sensitive enough to see them. Literally anything beyond our wildest dreams could exist in this dimension; including ghosts



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Thu, 09/02/2010 - 11:38am
 
 
Sat, 09/04/2010 - 12:30pm

"If a light is shone on a three dimensional object, a two-dimensional shadow is cast. By dimensional analogy, light shone on a two-dimensional object in a two-dimensional world would cast a one-dimensional shadow, and light on a one-dimensional object in a one-dimensional world would cast a zero-dimensional shadow, that is, a point of non-light. Going the other way, one may infer that light shone on a four-dimensional object in a four-dimensional world would cast a three-dimensional shadow."

idk where i was going with that^ but it all arouses quite a bit of thought

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