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In 2016, the Nobel Prize went to a group of scientists who using sophisticated calculations proved the existence of a fourth spatial dimension Does this mean that we're on the verge of a new world and will soon be able to become invisible or to pass through walls?

According to spacetime theory, space has three dimensions and there's also one dimension of time, but will not be discussing it. In this episode, try to imagine a four dimensional world will start from the simple and move to the more complex and discover how to picture worlds with additional dimensions.

In a general sense, a dimension is a direction in which an object can move. A world with zero dimensions is simply a point. If it becomes possible to move left and right, then space has become one dimensional. If we can now move up and down in has evolved to 2d. If the point moves deeper than then worlds like ours is three dimensional, is it difficult to imagine what it would be like to live in a space with fewer dimensions?

Well just ask the motorists who's stuck in a traffic jam if he's comfortable in this temporary zero dimensional space or ask a tightrope walker whether it's convenient for him in one dimensional space since he's able to safely move only left and right to tight robots. can meet along the rope but won't be able to pass each other. And even if we formed the rope into a circle, the space will still be one dimensional.

Of course, people in these and similar situations are in a specific place at specific coordinates and remain three dimensional like their world. However, due to circumstances, they perceive the world in front of them at that specific moment as less than three dimensional since other directions of movement are impossible for them ineffective or even dangerous.

Something similar occurs when we observe a three dimensional object, since we can't see what's behind it, as well as its backside. In this case, the three dimensional of our world is somewhat illusory. In fact, before us is a flat 2d picture despite the seeming presence of depth and texture By the way, why did we decide not to discuss the dimension of Time, you can throw the ball right left up, down or forward to your friend.

But you can't throw it from today to tomorrow, since this would no longer be a measurement of physical space. So now that we've clarified these differences, just imagine by analogy, a four dimensional world dz, right? No, not so much because then according to the Australian mathematician, Matt Parker, we'd have to imagine a dimension that's at right angles the existing third dimension.

In fact, a hypothetical person existing in the four dimensional world could throw a ball in some additional direction in which not only are we unable to throw it, but we can't even imagine it.

However, people still try since they're able to solve equations with four or more unknowns, allowing one to speculate about higher dimensions, the limitations according to an Another mathematician, William Thurston, are related to the fact that our brain evolved to process linear analytical information in one area and geometric shapes in another.

Speaking of the brain, Italian scientists, Arthur tozi, and James Peters believe that it does in fact function in four dimensional space.

After all, we know that there's a thought process, although we don't see how and in what area thoughts flow. So, why do we have this limitation?

Probably because human survival was in no way dependent upon the ability to see an additional dimension. That is the reason is the lack of evolutionary necessity.

Nevertheless, we can get some idea of a more complex world and its properties through indirect observation, according to the results of two complimentary experiments by European and American physicist the effects of four dimension space are superimposed on our three dimensional plane, which causes distortions.

This can be compared with the shadow of an object, which forms the idea of the object itself. And the of three dimensional objects cast two dimensional shadows.

Scientists argue then three dimensional objects could be shadows of four dimensional ones that simply appear in lower dimensions based on this trying to picture how, for example, the knitting process or a centipede would look in the 4d world. In order to get a better feel.

As inhabitants of such a universe try to mentally picture such a four dimensional analog of a three-dimensional cube or Tesseract consider a square and all of its sides.

These are lines on one plane, each side of a cube is represented by a square in space, and then a Tesseract which is a cube in the fourth dimension, the science, our cubes themselves. To draw one, you need to take two cubes and connect the corners.

Now before you will appear a two-dimensional drawing of a three-dimensional projection of a four dimensional cube looks weird, right? This is because it's rotation looks deformed to us. Can you imagine how many additional neural connections creatures from social world must have in order to find a way in or out of their homes?

Not to mention the residents of the 10 dimensional Decker act. It's probably better not to quarrel with these guys. But first, you need to at least have an idea that objects of a higher dimension are in front of you. In 1884.

In his best selling book, flatland priest, Edwin Abbott fantasized about the perception of guests from more complex dimensions, the main character, the square leaves in a 2d world called flatland. is surrounded by circles, triangles and rectangles but sees these other shapes as just structures with the same lines.

Until one day, the mysterious lowered sphere appears. For a flat man, it looks like a circle that first expands and then decreases in the same magical way. That is, its visible only in cross section. In order for the square to understand what other shapes that have depth are, the sphere transfers the square back to his own world.

Now the squares seeing the light and suddenly puzzles the sphere with a question. But what's beyond this, like the square at the beginning of the story, we can't imagine a world with an additional dimension. But we can take a guess at what things might come in handy there. Just imagine that someone like Lord sphere has invited us there.

So prepare your suitcase. First, we need a heat shield you don't want to get burned by the 4d world in which according to physicist Richard Morris, the planet starts spinning towards the sun due to the imbalance between gravity and centrifugal force holding it in orbit, drop the polarized lenses because the light will be unpredictable.

When you add another set of perpendicular coordinates. It would also be nice to have a retina in the shape of a sphere, not a disk, so feel free to take your third eye if you have one earplugs.

According to Clifford pick over author of surfing through hyperspace, will save you from the unpleasant noise that sound waves turn into in even dimensions.

They definitely don't make it easier to understand your fellow travelers. Also be careful not to stumble over your shoelaces is they go in several directions at once because they'll come on time just like a string rolled into a loop straightens if you lift it. From the table into the air also to make sure that you don't mistake the wrong dimension.

Follow the example of the German astrophysicist Johann Zoellner and make a controlled test by duplicating his experiment with folded string two wooden rings and the shell.

If you tied a knot in the string without breaking the loop connected and disconnected the rings and wrap the show in the opposite direction, congratulations you must be there in the fourth dimension has your throat become dry from all of this.

It'd be better to drink water fans because there may not be any in this place, hydrogen atoms will become unstable due to the effects of the extra dimension and quantum forces but from there you can grab your friends climb bottles, each of which has only one side without an inside and outside and has no boundaries that is a contains itself and passes through itself all at the same time without making any holes.

So with your suitcase all packed, now you can close it and forget about it until another time because you will still not be allowed to pass between the dimensions at the checkpoint. So what prevents us from crossing this line, according to one version, the freezing of the three dimensionality of space which occurred in the first fraction of a second after the Big Bang when the universe began to cool.( What Is A Block Universe?)

And the pressure in space depending on the temperature of the universe, and the number of spatial measurements reached its maximum, which prohibits our passage to other dimensions.

So in summary, a person and neither physically be transported to four dimensional space, you know, or even just imagine that but on the other hand, they can get some indirect clues about its structure, and who knows what these discoveries will bring to us next time.

If you Like the list of what if questions, then check all our best hypothetical questions and interesting what if questions. Thank you

In 2016, the Nobel Prize went to a group of scientists who using sophisticated calculations proved the existence of a fourth spatial dimension Does this mean that we're on the verge of a new world and will soon be able to become invisible or to pass through walls?

According to spacetime theory, space has three dimensions and there's also one dimension of time, but will not be discussing it. In this episode, try to imagine a four dimensional world will start from the simple and move to the more complex and discover how to picture worlds with additional dimensions.

In a general sense, a dimension is a direction in which an object can move. A world with zero dimensions is simply a point. If it becomes possible to move left and right, then space has become one dimensional. If we can now move up and down in has evolved to 2d. If the point moves deeper than then worlds like ours is three dimensional, is it difficult to imagine what it would be like to live in a space with fewer dimensions?

Well just ask the motorists who's stuck in a traffic jam if he's comfortable in this temporary zero dimensional space or ask a tightrope walker whether it's convenient for him in one dimensional space since he's able to safely move only left and right to tight robots. can meet along the rope but won't be able to pass each other. And even if we formed the rope into a circle, the space will still be one dimensional.

Of course, people in these and similar situations are in a specific place at specific coordinates and remain three dimensional like their world. However, due to circumstances, they perceive the world in front of them at that specific moment as less than three dimensional since other directions of movement are impossible for them ineffective or even dangerous.

Something similar occurs when we observe a three dimensional object, since we can't see what's behind it, as well as its backside. In this case, the three dimensional of our world is somewhat illusory. In fact, before us is a flat 2d picture despite the seeming presence of depth and texture By the way, why did we decide not to discuss the dimension of Time, you can throw the ball right left up, down or forward to your friend.

But you can't throw it from today to tomorrow, since this would no longer be a measurement of physical space. So now that we've clarified these differences, just imagine by analogy, a four dimensional world dz, right? No, not so much because then according to the Australian mathematician, Matt Parker, we'd have to imagine a dimension that's at right angles the existing third dimension.

In fact, a hypothetical person existing in the four dimensional world could throw a ball in some additional direction in which not only are we unable to throw it, but we can't even imagine it.

However, people still try since they're able to solve equations with four or more unknowns, allowing one to speculate about higher dimensions, the limitations according to an Another mathematician, William Thurston, are related to the fact that our brain evolved to process linear analytical information in one area and geometric shapes in another.

Speaking of the brain, Italian scientists, Arthur tozi, and James Peters believe that it does in fact function in four dimensional space.

After all, we know that there's a thought process, although we don't see how and in what area thoughts flow. So, why do we have this limitation?

Probably because human survival was in no way dependent upon the ability to see an additional dimension. That is the reason is the lack of evolutionary necessity.

Nevertheless, we can get some idea of a more complex world and its properties through indirect observation, according to the results of two complimentary experiments by European and American physicist the effects of four dimension space are superimposed on our three dimensional plane, which causes distortions.

This can be compared with the shadow of an object, which forms the idea of the object itself. And the of three dimensional objects cast two dimensional shadows.

Scientists argue then three dimensional objects could be shadows of four dimensional ones that simply appear in lower dimensions based on this trying to picture how, for example, the knitting process or a centipede would look in the 4d world. In order to get a better feel.

As inhabitants of such a universe try to mentally picture such a four dimensional analog of a three-dimensional cube or Tesseract consider a square and all of its sides.

These are lines on one plane, each side of a cube is represented by a square in space, and then a Tesseract which is a cube in the fourth dimension, the science, our cubes themselves. To draw one, you need to take two cubes and connect the corners.

Now before you will appear a two-dimensional drawing of a three-dimensional projection of a four dimensional cube looks weird, right? This is because it's rotation looks deformed to us. Can you imagine how many additional neural connections creatures from social world must have in order to find a way in or out of their homes?

Not to mention the residents of the 10 dimensional Decker act. It's probably better not to quarrel with these guys. But first, you need to at least have an idea that objects of a higher dimension are in front of you. In 1884.

In his best selling book, flatland priest, Edwin Abbott fantasized about the perception of guests from more complex dimensions, the main character, the square leaves in a 2d world called flatland. is surrounded by circles, triangles and rectangles but sees these other shapes as just structures with the same lines.

Until one day, the mysterious lowered sphere appears. For a flat man, it looks like a circle that first expands and then decreases in the same magical way. That is, its visible only in cross section. In order for the square to understand what other shapes that have depth are, the sphere transfers the square back to his own world.

Now the squares seeing the light and suddenly puzzles the sphere with a question. But what's beyond this, like the square at the beginning of the story, we can't imagine a world with an additional dimension. But we can take a guess at what things might come in handy there. Just imagine that someone like Lord sphere has invited us there.

So prepare your suitcase. First, we need a heat shield you don't want to get burned by the 4d world in which according to physicist Richard Morris, the planet starts spinning towards the sun due to the imbalance between gravity and centrifugal force holding it in orbit, drop the polarized lenses because the light will be unpredictable.

When you add another set of perpendicular coordinates. It would also be nice to have a retina in the shape of a sphere, not a disk, so feel free to take your third eye if you have one earplugs.

According to Clifford pick over author of surfing through hyperspace, will save you from the unpleasant noise that sound waves turn into in even dimensions.

They definitely don't make it easier to understand your fellow travelers. Also be careful not to stumble over your shoelaces is they go in several directions at once because they'll come on time just like a string rolled into a loop straightens if you lift it. From the table into the air also to make sure that you don't mistake the wrong dimension.

Follow the example of the German astrophysicist Johann Zoellner and make a controlled test by duplicating his experiment with folded string two wooden rings and the shell.

If you tied a knot in the string without breaking the loop connected and disconnected the rings and wrap the show in the opposite direction, congratulations you must be there in the fourth dimension has your throat become dry from all of this.

It'd be better to drink water fans because there may not be any in this place, hydrogen atoms will become unstable due to the effects of the extra dimension and quantum forces but from there you can grab your friends climb bottles, each of which has only one side without an inside and outside and has no boundaries that is a contains itself and passes through itself all at the same time without making any holes.

So with your suitcase all packed, now you can close it and forget about it until another time because you will still not be allowed to pass between the dimensions at the checkpoint. So what prevents us from crossing this line, according to one version, the freezing of the three dimensionality of space which occurred in the first fraction of a second after the Big Bang when the universe began to cool.( What Is A Block Universe?)

And the pressure in space depending on the temperature of the universe, and the number of spatial measurements reached its maximum, which prohibits our passage to other dimensions.

So in summary, a person and neither physically be transported to four dimensional space, you know, or even just imagine that but on the other hand, they can get some indirect clues about its structure, and who knows what these discoveries will bring to us next time.

If you Like the list of what if questions, then check all our best hypothetical questions and interesting what if questions. Thank you

What Will You See in 4th Dimensional Space?
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