Dimensions War-- This is something that I thought about in 9th grade in geometry and decided it would be nice to see what others thought Remember Geometry? I do... sort of... I remember sitting there boreed as the teacher rambled off and I would start to either a. play nibbles b. sleep 3. think on the occational choice 3, I began to think about some of the work that I was supose to be doing... it was stuff finding the area of various 2-d shapes. I quickly finished the worksheet the correct way, then frustrated with how much this work resmembled "busy" work I decided to prevoke conflict as I liked to do so often. I asked for a new sheet and filled in 0 for every answer. My logic was as follows. Nothing in the world can be anything less than 3 dimensions to be a part of this physical world. If it only had had one or 2 then it would be missing the third. Thefore when you rotate an object to the dimension that it would be missing it would have 0 for a width. Therefore the object could not exist. I argued with my teacher that measure of area should be considered with a standard unit width of one... No mater what the suface area is... it needed a surface and in order to meet this need it needed all 3 dimisnions... save 2 dimensional and one dimensional objects fot bed time stories. The teacher never really gave me a straight answer... but fromt hen I just tried to write up a paper, however being in 9th grade I got tired of writing it... but the just was that since nothing could just have 2 dimensions or one, that anything less thatn 2 dimensional was imaginary.... However then came physics in which i took a keen interest in the idea of string theory and folded dimensions with models of something like Kalabe Yao Shapes (pronounced that way obviously by now u realize i am not great in english especailly in spelling) with shapes up to 11 dimensions. My question is how many dimesions are there, and are the 11 dimensions in string theroy predicted differnt from the 3 spacial dimensions. Also how is time lumped into the dimensional category. It seems to stick out like a sore thumb. True you can be x,y,z at 5:00 pm however others describe shape versus time being lumped in as a location. It seems to be similar and yet very differnt at the same time. Well thats my thought for the day.... Maybe I will add more later.