4rth/5th coordinate?* Hi, i'm just wondering: if there is an entity in space, which can be located with Cartesian coordinates in the 3 dimensions of say, 2 right (from a seemingly arbitrary reference point), 2 up, and 2 forwards, then at this point (2, 2, 2), an entity could also be spinning at this point (2, 2, 2), that moved from point (0, 0, 0) and so this spinning movement at the point itself (2, 2, 2) would surely need to be described? I was wondering what is the conventional way, presumably there is, for describing this movement beyond the typical 3 dimensional Cartesian coordinates and if so, do people consider it to be at a level beyond these 3 coordinates? (Is there a macroscopic and microscopic level, or something that is used?). For even with the movement that is equal to 2x + 2y + 2z, there is additional movement, there is an additional path.