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RE: RE: RE: RE: The 4th Dimention

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Posted by rich on September 2, 2000 02:15:31 UTC

If we can graph x dimensions that all share a common point, which is zero, then why do we dismiss the study of what graphically is the center of the universe and all of its dimensions?
I know that we do not like the answers that we get; but are we caught in the proverbial forest and trees syndrom? Lots of interesting things become possible if in-fact zero is a valid concept. For example, if we divide by zero, then we can cross any dimension or set of dimensions conceptually instantaneously. Perhaps we can even explain where the other end of a black hole is and how to get there.

In any case, it is inconcievable to me that the concept of zero is so quickly dimissed and yet so important in physics, conceptual mathamatics and so many other disiplines.

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