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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on October 10, 2001 23:26:30 UTC

Hmmmm...

It's not just me, Alex. Reading among today's posts, I see that your strange ideas have caught the attention of others! Maybe now you could explain your radical new hypothesis/es?

Time is indeed not imaginary, Alex, and cannot be considered separate from other dimensions. Surely you don't think that 'dimension' only means something like "a linear parameter within which any two points may singularly interact," or something like this, do you?

If this were true, then we'd have to define a point before arriving at a valid number of dimensions. For instance, if we'd somehow assumed points to be 'spherical,' then we'd conclude six dimensions.

That's pretty silly.

If you have some solid proof(s) that substantiate your odd view on things, now would be a good time to put your money where your mouth is.

-LH

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