Imagining the Tenth Dimension

An explanation of how to imagine the 10th dimension (you can only see 3) from

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+5 1. xbeakerx commented 13 years ago

pretty cool!!

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+3 2. Salem commented 13 years ago

Pretty cool indeed, but I think it will be hard to understand for ppl who aren't very good in English.

And all those sound effects are very annoying :S

I lost it after the sixth dimension haha, lost interest all of a sudden.

It's just hard to imagine ;)
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+20 3. CreamKreator commented 13 years ago

One of the best ways to explain other dimensions as far as i've seen yet. Simple and logical.
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+6 4. dave9191 commented 13 years ago

This is the easiest explanation of the ten dimensions I have ever come across. This is almost easy enough to remember to try and explain the pub. Tho I tend to loose people in the pub after the 4th.
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-9 5. Bankzy108 commented 13 years ago

It's cool, but the sounds are annoying - and his voice makes me fall asleep. There is nothing to it, its very flat and boring. :O :|
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+8 6. Chrisofskjern commented 13 years ago

this video has made me question my existence in this universe... :(|) :(|) :(|) :(|)
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0 7. traudong commented 13 years ago

Really interesting ideas, but really, like others said, if u never heard of 10th dimension before, u could easily get lost after the 4th dimension (he lost me after 6th dimension).

It's quite tired listen to the boring flat voice + all of these concepts in 10 mins. It would have been much better if the video has got extended a bit longer.

Still thumb up for the clip though.
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+2 8. LightAng3l commented 13 years ago

nice...real nice :)
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+6 9. Vidara commented 13 years ago

my head hurts :P
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-4 10. sp176 commented 13 years ago

So if our earth was rolled up like that newspaper, and we are like that ant walking around it, how do you get all the stuff in the middle?

Dimensions cannot be folded to create new dimensions. Each must be entirely independant of the others, which is why this theory will never have credibility.

Look at his diagram again when he folds the 2-D object to create his'3-D' object. At no point does he actually make a 3-D object, it still stays on the same plane. He just tells you so, and our imagination wants us to believe it.

Don't get me wrong, there are some good ideas here, but this is far from fact.
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-2 11. Xionbox (moderator) commented 13 years ago

Hum... isn't this video already on the Snotr? I know I've seen it already and I don't go looking much for videos...
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+3 12. katanna commented 13 years ago

The video was OK, but it made a lot of jumps and assumptions (such as the way to see a 3D object in 2D space is to "pass through" it... there are more ways than that, and time doesn't have to be the 4th dimension).

If you want a more detailed and through account of the dimensions, go here:

It takes two hours to explain 5 dimensions. But it is very slow and methodical... good stuff for having on in the background at work. (If you enjoy this type of thing, undoubtedly you work with others that would enjoy it, so they might start watching also).

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+6 13. edmund commented 13 years ago

11th dimension - me watching snotr and rolling on the floor from pain - because I see all 10 dimensions as a point.
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-5 14. TitvsCaivs commented 13 years ago

Sincerely I think all this is much to repetitive, after the 4th dimension everything seems to repeat itself but with another explanation. This could go on to hundreds of dimensions. Just bullshit.
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+1 15. Sjattuh commented 13 years ago

#10 hence the introducing explanation using a newspaper.

A newspaper is 2D (anyone can imagine that) when you fold it into a tube it turns into a 3d object. When the ant crosses where the edges meet and you unfold he suddenly crossed the entire 2D field in a single step; hence the 3D concept of depth. And this he uses for his diagrams.

What strikes me as amazing is that basically it's a repeatative series to cross dimensions. But as shown again it's purely theories. You can never ever physically accross the 4th Dimension. So anything we suggest after that is speculation. Basically you can go on forever with this. Thats the flaw in his theorie. Unless we assume it all takes place in the 0 dimension and everything is just a dot. And we can break things down infinitifly his theorie works. But as that has been proven impossible it stagnates there.
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+3 16. eddie2042 commented 13 years ago

LOOL I saw this vid @ school! :P

#14 nope just imagine everything as a nutshell inside a nutshell. like 10th dimension encompasses the 9th dimension which encompasses the 8th dimension etc etc. problem is the reason we stopped at the 10th dimension is cuz humans only know space and time. but people always say there could be more cuz there may be something more than just space and time :O
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+1 17. montypython commented 13 years ago


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0 18. HammaNtak commented 13 years ago

Ohh I get it!! :S
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+1 19. Fergus_Thedog commented 13 years ago

Much easier to understand whilst on acid.
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0 20. proteanstar commented 13 years ago

#16: Yes, there is a neutral force or dimension which transcends and is also creating space and time. By this neutral force/dimension space and time can be traveled instantly. All exist in one, and again are many, depending on the point of view, condition, or phase.
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0 21. proteanstar commented 13 years ago

#16: Yes, there is a neutral force or dimension which transcends and is also creating space and time. By this neutral force/dimension space and time can be traveled instantly. All exist in one, and again are many, depending on the point of view, condition, or phase.
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-2 22. SpikedSilver commented 13 years ago

Nerd Attack!! Burn the wichtes!!!!
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0 23. Cargoon commented 13 years ago

All that made perfect sense to me! It's all so clear now!
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-1 24. librabooks commented 13 years ago

1st problem with this video - the playing card 2D king would only see a LINE getting bigger and smaller. The circle expanding would require a 3rd dimension
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+1 25. Carlosgman commented 13 years ago

Going beyond the tenth dimension would be impossible because just thinking of an object in the tenth dimensions make it an object in one of the dimensions below. "Cogito ergo sum", "I think therefore i am". If the tenth dimension is something alternate that defies everything we know everything that we think of cannot be because it "becomes" once we begin to think about it.
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+1 26. jurb commented 13 years ago

Hi there have a look at this site: if you like to see more video's about for instance string theory, parallel universes and other cool science video's.
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+4 27. hafa commented 11 years ago

my head hurts just trying to follow it

I am lost after 4th dimension
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+2 28. LightAng3l commented 11 years ago

I'm sorry but the logic for the 7th dimension is COMPLETELY FLAWED !
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+1 29. AstonMartin commented 11 years ago

Warning: this video requires a High level of IQ.
If you are not eligible with, please DON'T press alt+f4 O:)
If wanna be smart, please watch this "how to be smart" video:
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+2 30. Neococo commented 11 years ago

mind blown