Recently I was thinking about these statement:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1. Dimension is as if a 3-D graph, which every coordinate is the smallest unit for dimension.

2. Volume of an object is a whole number multiply the volume of the dimension unit.

3. Distance is a whole number multiply the length of the dimension unit.

4. When object travel from one dimension unit to the other, it do this by "looping".

Are there proves that can support this statement or show that this statement is untrue?

Thanks in advanced.

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# Quantitized dimension

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