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Fourth Dimension rotation of 4D spheres, tetrahedrons, and cubes


You’re watching this on a flat two-dimensional computer monitor. Yet we accept this picture as a
representation of three dimensions, displayed on a two-dimensional monitor. In three dimensions it is not possible to have four axes each of which is 90 degrees to the other three. Yet as with three dimensions on a two-dimensional monitor, We can accept that this is a
representation of four dimensions. Skeptical? You’re watching this on a flat
two-dimensional computer monitor, yet we accept this picture as a representation of three dimensions, displayed on a two-dimensional monitor. In three dimensions, it is not possible to have four axes each of which is 90 degrees to the other three. If you remove any one of the four axes
you will go back to three axes, each of which is 90 degrees to the other two. If you remove any one of the four axes
you will go back to three axes, each of which is 90 degrees to the other two. Therefore each of the four axes is 90 degrees to each of the other three. Points inside the rotation of a four dimensional sphere.

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  1. Physics Videos by Eugene Khutoryansky Author

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  2. Sharmila Gadkar Author

    A person from 2d can just see it's sides and not back and forth
    A person from 3d can see all directions and see it in 3d
    Person from 4d can make the mirror of an object

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  3. Joshiesgotagun Author

    All I'm really gathering of this is that lines are moving through each other. Is that what 4d is? Just matter moving through matter?

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  4. Ultimate Weapon Author

    I actually was able to somewhat focus on the shape of the 4D object, to the point I could understand it's shape, and it gave me a headache.

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  5. Ultimate Instinct Author

    If you think of our world and everything we see as in a 3d cube, surrounded by 3d cubes on top, bottom, and all sides, you’ll realize the 4th dimension is all around us and through us but we will never be able to perceive it until we die.

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  6. Josef Slotosch Author

    Here I have a thought, maybe in the forth dimension 3D are just like points. If you use two points you end up with a line. Use two lines you end up with a plane. Use two planes you end up with a cube thing. Use two cube things you end up with a higher first degree dimension line . Use two of the higher first degree dimension lines you end up with a higher first dimension plane. Use two of those you end up with a higher first dimension cube….so on and so on…but most likely there is nothing like higher dimension lines planes and cubes either

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  7. David Barksdale Author

    The way this 4D tesseract, or rather, hypercube rotates, definitely is angular giving its undulated movement. Take my word for it. It means that there are 6 cubes, in general, that make up for this 4D shape, okay. Yet since it then means that out of our 4 “other” cubes apart from our 2 “actual” cubes, those 4 are truly flipped on its “other” opposing side in its proportions, like, in height, width, including length, when being rotated as a whole, M’kay. Which causes not only the four cubes to look flatly distorted in its rotation, but the whole entirety field of perception of this uniformed shape, to feel all jumbled up and very brain-racking when continuously played on this 2D monitor, alright. The main point is that the 4th dimension is a representation of time itself, upheld and esteemed within by the science community, but those guys are referring that you how you cannot map out the concepts or blueprints of time into a simplistic shape to understand and furthermore study, do you follow. Because since we are simply three dimensional creatures with a possible or higher fourth dimensional mindset, our eyes though cannot keep track to comprehend its grasp. When talking about the 4th dimension without slowly analyzing it at first before saying you completely understand, those in the science community, will discredit, ridicule, mock, laugh, steal, blame, alter, foreclose, and withdraw you after seeing the brilliance in your work, but also the contingencies when releasing important information.

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  8. kyito Author

    there are alot of examples of dimensions. 4th which is xyzw 3rd which is xyz, 2nd which is zx, 1st which is on its place and 0, which is my brain.

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