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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Howdy,

I am studying the dimensional properties of energy. I know it is thought that matter is a form of bound energy- wavicles. In this form, energy definitely occupes 3 dimensional planes and moves in each similtaneously.

However, i am curious as to other types of energy- unbound, and what are thier dimensional properties. It is obvious that unbound energy moves in x/y/z planes vectorily, but does it really occupy 3 planes at a time as matter?

Also, what types of energy are there besides electromagnetic? Is heat possible without particles to excite?

I'm studying planck era physics and this is important for me to understand.

Cheers and thanks ahead of time,

sad

I am studying the dimensional properties of energy. I know it is thought that matter is a form of bound energy- wavicles. In this form, energy definitely occupes 3 dimensional planes and moves in each similtaneously.

However, i am curious as to other types of energy- unbound, and what are thier dimensional properties. It is obvious that unbound energy moves in x/y/z planes vectorily, but does it really occupy 3 planes at a time as matter?

__If unbound energy was actually 3-dimensional like matter, then wouldn't it have gravity? Hypothetically, can energy exist in only 2 dimensions? If so, in what form? What about one dimension only?__Also, what types of energy are there besides electromagnetic? Is heat possible without particles to excite?

I'm studying planck era physics and this is important for me to understand.

Cheers and thanks ahead of time,

sad