Thinking along the lines of the 11 dimensions of quantum theory. I've read that the 4th spatial dimension should be parallel to the 3rd dimension. Also something I read speculated on what a 4th dimensional object would look like if it entered 3rd dimensional space. They pictured it essentially as a blob emerging from a point expanding out in 3 dimensions with the point of origin at the center. It got me thinking that gravity pulls towards the center of mass and also a perfect sphere with evenly distributed mass has gravity parallel to all surfaces.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(Sorry if this is a dumb question, I'm new )

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# Does gravity pull towards the 4th dimension?

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