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Posted by Rntt... on September 28, 1998 14:23:50 UTC

Let's just ignore time, in terms of being a dimension...

Yes it is possible, with our three dimensions, to wrap a two-dimensional surface into a sphere, as you describe. But your forgetting a couple of things.

1) There's no such thing as two-dimensional people. 2) If there was, that would not mean that there is a four-dimensional "hyperworld", in which to wrap our three-dimensional one. 3) If there was a four-dimensional hyperworld, that doesn't necessarily mean that our universe is wrapped into a "hypersphere" in it.

Tell me, where did you get this theory, and what evidence is there to suggest its existence?

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