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jasonxx Group Title

what dimension exists beyond space and time?

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    anyone ??????

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    @mathslover @Mikael @demitris @rajathsbhat @RebeccaB @ganeshie8 @unklerahukus @ajprincess @siddhantsharan

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    it's not like that. Space & time aren't dimensions themselves. When we say we can experience 4 dimensions, we mean we can experience 3 spatial (space) dimensions & 1 time dimension. String theory, for example predicts 7 spatial & 4 time dimensions, giving 11 dimensions in total.

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    @rajathsbhat i am surprised by your astounding answer that space & time ain't dimension

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    and later you've said space is a dimension

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    and i am asking beyond space and time, even string theory describes 7 dimensions of SPACE i am interested to know dimension beyond that :)

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    i said there are 3 dimension in space(x, y, z axes) & 1 in time. 'space' itself isn't a dimension.

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    well i am sure space is a dimension and there are three reference coordinates to describe that dimension

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    you need to read up on the definition of 'dimension'

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    no dimentions are there beyond space & time rather than 'god'

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  12. rajathsbhat Group Title
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    OR wait till @unklerhaukus gets here.

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    @rajathsbhat thank you, i am sure about my answer and i believe we both need to go through it @009infinity that's an interesting answer and this can take us to a new level of rationale ...@unklerhaukus would you like to give your time

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    are there any one intrested in knowing the fact about origin of dimention according to hindu mythology it ultimate truth...............

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    sure, if it explains something with a perfect logic

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    sorry its 'dimension'

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    ok then remain there

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    in chat box

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    cool :)

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  20. 009infinity Group Title
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    can u be present in phy chat

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    yea i am there

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    but be brief and precise , thank you

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  23. UnkleRhaukus Group Title
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    a point a line an area a volume a space-time a possible space-time all possible space-times (ie universe) all possible universes

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    just brilliant. smh. (But I'm not sure what you're trying to say lol :P)

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    @UnkleRhaukus after all universes???????????????????

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    hmm i cannot imagine more than all possible universes , can you?

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    lol

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    yeh ! beyond thought all materialisti non materialistic universe are submerged in cosmic sea origin of which is lord vishnu

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    maybe, but how can we be sure ?

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    what is origin of surity???? its what we imagine and purification of thoughts

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    and also its belief. so believe

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  32. UnkleRhaukus Group Title
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    independent objective measurement that agree are origins for certainty

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    can u measure ur self???????????

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    yep, in a mirror but it would not be an objective measurement

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    i think ur measurement by u depends on ur thinking about urself

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    if u think u r mirror captive then u will be.. got it??????? i think im infinite so i m

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    thats not that same infinite that i agree on

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    \[\bowtie\]

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    ok its ur thinking ?? sory if irritated

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  40. UnkleRhaukus Group Title
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    if our infinities dont agree then why would we use the same word

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    because boundation on infinity is created when humans are created , human tends to infinity god is pure infinity so human tends to god

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    okay you just made that up lol x)

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    @UnkleRhaukus do u want to reply on that

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    infinity was there before the humans and way before human gods

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    thanks a lot !! for your off track, scope of dimension lol...i think i can figure that out, let's see if the dimension MIND(i call it as dimension) can take me some new extremity because it is all the mind that manupulates every phenomenon and gives an insight to us :)

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    yes all right @unkleRhaukus i agree :)

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