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National Geographic 3 Feb 18
This critter is a master of disguise
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Brian Sappington 15 Oct 17
4 d = t, right!? If not, can you explain in laymans terms? There are several Escher like "4d" videos out there. Not convincing
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Stephen Fry 15 Oct 17
I laughed. I confess it, I laughed. And for that, thank you
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Brian Sappington 15 Oct 17
there are a lot of cool Escher like videos out there but at the end of the day 4 d = t, right?
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Brian Sappington 15 Oct 17
To a layman it seems obvious that 4d = t. Many Escher like videos disagree. What do you think?
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Brian Sappington 15 Oct 17
Replying to @neiltyson
Not being able to travel back in time would not rule it out as a dimension any more than not being able to fall up rules out 3D space as one
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Brian Sappington 15 Oct 17
if the 4th dimension is time, and is visualized w animation, is the 5th dimension multiple time lines? How is it visualized?
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Brian Sappington 27 Apr 17
If you had UNLIMITEDresources and wanted to develop a way to save info that could survive a BigBang event, where'd you start?
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