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Re: There Is Only One Dimension That We Are Aware Of

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Posted by Greg Armel on January 25, 2000 23:21:51 UTC

Phil.o.Sopir, A Mobius Twist only has one dimension. Though it is only a theoritical form, its 3D counterpart demonstrates its one dimensional property. A single twist in a piece of paper and a pencil placed upon it. The paper drawn along beneath the pencil and a solid surface until the pencil drawn line meets itself once more demonstates the Mobius Twist is one dimensional. Even though the paper is 3D, even though the trace of the pencil is 3D, since the pencil never moves, and yet traces a line back to its own origin, it demonstates the one dimensional property of a Mobius Twist. A Rainbow Only has One Side. It is One Dimensional. Even though as an arc, it seems to be Two Dimensional, Step to the other side of a Rainbow, and the entire arc of the Rainbow disappears. It IS One Dimensional. All Four Dimensions Are Real. Atomic Clocks have proven it. Your perception of Time IS unreal and invalid because you fail to appreciate Time As A Dimemsion in and of itself. Einstein Knew Better then you do my friend, you just don't want to accept it! :o)

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