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In accordance with Uncertainty Principle, if we know the location of the particle (space), we cannot know the direction (rate of change/time).

But, if we know X-pos of a particle, then Y-pos and Z-pos cannot be know either since the first axis of measurement will influence the measurement of the other two axes, and thus, invalidating the true location.

What if we add a dimension of time to each axis? By knowing the direction of X-[ps, we cannot know the direction of Y-pos or Z-pos!

Viola! Multidimensional time! :surprised

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# Multidimensional Time?

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