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Decisions,please.
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Hi im Legendary,I study mythology,you might know if you read my profile.Right now I beleived I discovered something big!The discovery is a world reverse from ours,think about we live in a world where time flows and space expands.So this means the reverse world is a place where time has stopped and space is disabled.
Its because things can't exist without their opisope(bad spelling)
For example:
Time can't exist without space,cause without space there will be no where for time to flow and space can't exist without time cause it takes time for space to expand or like DNA strands if one goes away the other one will too.Please give me your decisions,Thank you!
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Re: Decisions,please.
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Post # 2
actually, if one strand of DNA disappears, it will be replaced.
i know some of the human body.
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Hello;
Hmmm; Interesting discovery. Good for you. Just to help you along, in physics, what we perceive in our physical world are these dimensions;
1st dimension is length
2nd dimension is width
3rd dimension is depth Ever heard of 3D? This is what is actually in our physical reality. Except in movies, depth perception is difficult to picture, even by today's modern technology of HD. That is why there is holography in Star Wars (Help me, Obi Wan Kenobi), virtual reality in some movies and games, and of course the old standby, 3D movies with 3D glasses.
Anyway,
4th dimension is space Or, could be time then, space..,
5th dimension is time
I suppose there can be a 6th dimension which is etheric or spirit
As far as opposite worlds go, I haven't a clue what to comment.
Just my .02c comment from the peanut gallery section.
Hope this helps. Blessed Be.
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Incidently;
We have five senses (feel, see, hear, taste, smell)
and everyone at one time or another experiences a 6th sense which is a "hunch" "a gut feeling" "the hairs stand up at the back of my neck," it is a feeling that we perceive that something is about to happen, someone is staring at us.
Sometimes you see this in scary movies. Like the Sixth Sense "I see dead people!"
Just brought this up because I think this is a coincidence from the 6 dimensions.
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Re: Decisions,please.
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Legendary, that's a neat idea. You should keep thinking like this - outside the box! But there are some questions: where is this world? Is it in our universe, or another one? How can we learn more about it? Can we ever go to it, or communicate with it?

In our world, space is expanding and time flows forward. Maybe in a reverse world, space flows forward and time is expanding. I don't know what expanding time would be like, but forward-flowing space might mean we could always only move in one direction!

Remember, to discover something new, you must first see evidence for it. You see something, then you make a theory. For example, you don't just say "I think there's another planet past Pluto!" First, there has to be a reason you'd think that. Maybe you notice that the orbits of the planets we know about are a little weird, then you theorize that maybe there's another planet out there whose gravity is causing the weirdness. So you saw some evidence, then made a theory from the evidence

In the case of your "reverse world", the evidence that made you think of it was the concept that everything has an opposite, right? Then you came up with the theory of a reverse world. But the problem is that not everything does have an opposite. For instance, what is the opposite of a dog? A cat? But a cat is a lot more like a dog than a lizard is. So is a lizard the opposite of a dog, maybe? But a rock is even less like a dog than a lizard is. So maybe it's a rock? But then why not a glass, for example? It's just as different as a rock. And so on.

So the fact is, there IS no opposite for a lot of things, and not everything needs an opposite to exist.

But this doesn't mean there aren't worlds a lot different from our own out there. There is a theory in physics called the "multiple worlds" theory. (Actually, it's an interpretation of a problem in quantum physics, but I won't go into that now.) This says that there is an infinite number of universes out there. We can never travel between universes, or anything like that, but there IS a place, somewhere, where anything you can imagine has happened... well, anything that doesn't break the laws of physics. Unless the laws are different in one of these other universes; I'm not sure if that's possible or not.

@LoneStar:
1.) We actually have many more than five (or six) senses. For instance, the sense that lets you know where your hands are even when it's dark, or the sense that lets you keep your balance. The "five senses" idea is just an oversimplification that has caught on.

2.) You are correct about the dimensions, except it is the fourth dimension that is usually considered time. The first three are the spacial dimensions. Dimensions past four would be extra spacial dimensions, as far as I know current theory runs. For example, if you take a two-dimensional cross section of a sphere, you'd see a circle. A sphere is just a circle rotated all the way around in a third dimension. Similarly, a "hypersphere" would be a sphere rotated in the fourth (or fifth, if we say fourth is time) dimension. Google "hypercube" or "hypersphere" for some cool 3D depictions of these.
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Vilhjalmr;
1) When you wrote;"We actually have many more than five (or six) senses. For instance, the sense that lets you know where your hands are even when it's dark, or the sense that lets you keep your balance. To contradict this I found this from the "Balance Research Foundation." It states; "Balance is one of the senses which requires the integrity of all the other senses (exception in extreme cases of complete loss of a sense which create an automatic enhancement of the other senses)..," So balance then, is a coordination of all the other 5 senses. It is not another sense in itself. Here is another definition from Wikipedia; "Equilibrioception or sense of balance is one of the physiological senses. It helps prevent humans and animals from falling over when walking or standing still."
What you were referring to is; "The traditional five senses are sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste, a classification attributed to Aristotle. [1] Humans are considered to have at least five additional senses that include: nociception (pain); equilibrioception (balance); proprioception and kinaesthesia (joint motion and acceleration); sense of time; thermoception (temperature differences); and possibly an additional weak magnetoception (direction), [2] and six more if interoceptive senses (see other internal senses below) are also considered.
Dude, this is a discussion for College students. This is exactly why I only mentioned the 5 senses and a possibility for a 6th, as an incentive for legendary to research later.

2) As far as space time dimensions go; You mis-spelled Spacial it is "spatial." Space is the 3rd dimension.
The 4th dimension is time according to Einstein's general relativity theory. But is generally known as the "Space-Time continuum."
Also, when I wrote about the 3 dimensions I was referring to;
"In mathematics, the dimension of an object is an intrinsic property, independent of the space in which the object may happen to be embedded. For example: a point on the unit circle in the plane can be specified by two Cartesian coordinates but one can make do with a single coordinate (the polar coordinate angle), so the circle is 1-dimensional even though it exists in the 2-dimensional plane. This intrinsic notion of dimension is one of the chief ways in which the mathematical notion of dimension differs from its common usages."
Its common usages are what you were referring to; "Spatial dimensions: "Classical physics theories" describe three physical dimensions: from a particular point in space, the basic directions in which we can move are up/down, left/right, and forward/backward. Movement in any other direction can be expressed in terms of just these three. Moving down is the same as moving up a negative distance. Moving diagonally upward and forward is just as the name of the direction implies; i.e., moving in a linear combination of up and forward. In its simplest form: a line describes one dimension, a plane describes two dimensions, and a cube describes three dimensions. (See Space and Cartesian coordinate system.)"
Again, all a discussion for College students in a Physics lab. This is why a laid it out so simply to legendary.
Whatever, dude.
This is just my .02c comment from the peanut gallery section.


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"2) As far as space time dimensions go; You mis-spelled Spacial it is 'spatial.'"

Spacial is an accepted variant: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/spacial

You're right in that spatial is preferred, but I thought Legendary might not make the connection with space if I used "spatial" (if he read that part of the post).

"Space is the 3rd dimension."

The first three dimensions are all spatial. Space is not a dimension in and of itself.

"Again, all a discussion for College students in a Physics lab. This is why a laid it out so simply to legendary."

That's true, and why I addressed that section to you rather than Legendary.
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String theory says there can actually be nine dimensions.
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There are several different types of string theory, which all give different numbers of dimensions. I was going to say that string theory actually says there are 11 dimensions (ten spacelike and one timelike), but that's actually M-theory, apparently, which unifies ("and supercedes") the various string theories.
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Aside from physics, there is a theory in some circles of magic that shows a diagram of 9 spiraling, inter-linked demensions with a seperate, 10th dimension in the middle of the spiral. I only bring this up because I always spot similarities to it from different religions, one of my favorites being the reference to the nine levels of hell.

I just had a weird thought. If the 10 dimensions are true for our reality, could it be that there are an infinate amount of different realities (instead of different static dimensions) each with 10 dimensions? That would increase the infinity of it if that makes any sense, lol.
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