6th Dimensions in a 3 Dimensional universe


by Kathie7
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Kathie7
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Feb4-13, 06:28 PM
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Is it possible for an object with 6 dimensions to exist in a three dimensional universe?
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Is it possible for a sphere to exist embedded in a plane?
Tyler Wayne
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Feb6-13, 04:10 AM
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Of course it's not, if it it was what would it look like?

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Feb6-13, 02:59 PM
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6th Dimensions in a 3 Dimensional universe


Of course!
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Feb6-13, 06:55 PM
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Isn't this probably a question about Calabi-Yau spaces, by someone trying to understand what extra dimensions mean?


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