How is it possible for a 2 dimensional object to exist in a 3 dimensional world? Even the atoms that make up everything in the universe are 3D. This being the case how can we say that our 3D universe is surrounded by a 4D world we cannot see? I guess what I am saying is if 2D objects cant exist in 3D than how can 3D objects, like our universe, exist in a 4D?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# 2 Dimensional Objects

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