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Posted by Tomislav Strelar/">Tomislav Strelar on September 30, 1998 12:22:52 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?

First of all, theories don't have to have proof to exist.

If you would read some, Rntt... maybe you too would comprehend some of it (I don't say all of it, but some :)

I will ask you a simple question, Rntt...(so you can understand it): Have you ever heard of Albert Einstein, and something called theory of relativity? If you have I advise to read it carefully. Then you wouldn't ask this stupid questions.

Tomislav

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