Imagining the Tenth Dimension has ratings and 18 reviews. author Rob Bryanton starts with the lower dimensions that we are all familiar with, then uses. Jeff: Rob Bryanton, the author of Imagining the Tenth Dimension is. Modern theories tell us that there are ten spatial, or “space-like” dimensions to our reality. My name is Rob Bryanton. With this project, I have.
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I hope my project, “Imagining the Tenth Dimension – a new way of thinking about time and space” has given you some valuable djmension for thought, and that this will be the beginning of your exploration into understanding the underlying structures of our reality that the great scientists of our day are introducing us to.
It’s because you and I are made out 3D atoms and molecules, and we derive our energy from chemical reactions which move in one direction only. The sequence 1 is a possibility, sequence 2 is a possibility, and so on Enjoy the journey, Rob Bryanton Previous blog entry: Within this approach to visualizing the dimensions, then, the ninth spatial dimension is beyond any physical reality, and is much more about information, a seething foam of possibilities which could represent impossible universes which exist only as concepts, or selection patterns which could be the beginning of a path toward a universe such as ours or any other.
Sadly for him that still doesn’t keep people from verbally attacking him and calling him charlatan, when again he’s always been pretty up front.
Imagining the Tenth Dimension: A New Way of Thinking about Time and Space
Therefore, if I were the author of ro project, I would have left metaphysics out of it. Bryanton is a lot smarter than you… Sorry. Sunday, March 4, How’s your Korean? Well worth reading in my recommendation. Mar 01, Xan rated it really liked it. On July 2the site got hits from unique visitors, not too shabby.
The progression of activity through the brain resembles a multi-dimensional sandcastle that materializes out of the sand and then disintegrates.
This book was absolutely amazing. How do we get to the ninth dimension? So at the risk of repeating myself too many times, let me say once again: Feedjit Live Blog Stats.
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What’s orthogonal, or at right angles, to space-time? Here’s the Dimnsion page for Jeff’s show: The problem with this, though is that having these two infinities does not necessitate another dimension because adding two infinities results in the same infinity.
I imagined each perception as a line of slight, taken from different points, through this mass of spheres, which would allow a person dimenwion see many different things in many ways, without adding to, or taking away from the mass of information. So why shouldn’t you be able to then cause those probabilistic outcomes to be observed in other ways?
If he is referring to the holographic principle, he’s wrong there as well. Space is not three dimensions.
It’s important to note that this project has reached millions of people around the world because it can also be related to many bryaanton belief systems, and not just mainstream science. When thinking about the ten dimensions, and just reality in general, what should people really hold as a core concept? Deutsch’s mathemat- ical proof of the multiverse Wired.
Imagining the Tenth Dimension
You’re teaching inaccurate pseudoscience to the Internet. I hear regularly from students who say “thank you Rob, you opened my eyes to the wonders of the universe, and because of you I’m now pursuing a science-related degree. Otherwise, I found bryxnton ability to visualize what may or may not be real, rather entertaining.
The fourth dimension feels like a straight line to us, moving from the past to the future with what some have called the “arrow of brryanton.
The reason I picked this book up was not only my ongoing personal fascination with quantum physics, but also because I am directing A Wrinkle in Time with 5th graders at the moment. Psycho-physics have very little relevance beyond human experience. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
He said in damn near every video that his views are not necessarily the same as the ones held by many actual physicists. The book is perhaps intended to be scientifically and philosophically provocative, but in fact it is scientifically incorrect and at most dimensoin boring.
Tentu bunch of nonsense. Let’s say your first folder contains all the possible points on a one-dimensional line.
See 1 question about Imagining the Tenth Dimension…. One of the recurring bryantno from this rpb is how important constructive interference can be in helping to understand how something as complex as ttenth universe could be derived from extra-dimensional patterns of information.
When you’re moving through the reality right now you’re moving through a set of probabilistic outcomes. Some would call this point infinity for our universe: Man… If you htink this youtube vid is bad, just watch that video. So either we are in four dimensions, or way too many to count, depending on how you look at it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. In other words, temperature or saltines may be a function of 3D, 4D or whatever-D space for each point in space there is exactly one value but the inverse relationship does not hold: