2003-12-12, IonnKorr, Theory of Intelligent Dimensions (IDT). Shortly, I return with a more circumstantial comment about the «theory of Intelligent Dimensions». In brevity, I report that it is a theory about deposition of complexity, that we observe in the Nature, on dimensions of Spacetime. That is to say, in other words, attributing to Spacetime's Dimensions some attributes that, up to now, we attributed to Matter and its particles (that is to say, differently, attributing to them «intelligence») we see the mathematic description be simplified (more precisely «symmetrized»). Of course, then the Spacetime becomes more complicated and, mainly, multi-dimensional. For some people this can be considered as a mathematical formation. Actually, the Spacetime « emerge from obscurity » (as the iceberg in the ocean) and thus it shows us its entire impressive «build» (as roughly, it became, in the past, with the Special Relativity that considering a additional dimension - the time - it attributed complicated mathematics relations with more elegance). More extensively, the position vector flips over a matrix (8 x 8) that includes: a) three known orinary dimensions (x, y, z), b) three 3D-time dimensions, c) six anti-linear dimensions of anti-Spacetime and d) 12 bilinear (or angular) dimensions of ordinary Spacetime and anti-Spacetime. Advancing more, we can say that, at some way, this theory is a extensive extension of the active and passive interpretations that are in effect for the transformations. Thus, for the transformation of rotation of vector (v) (or respectively the wavefunction (ø) in the Quantum Mechanics) everybody knows that we can have two equivalent views. Either we consider that the coordinate frame remain constant and rotation is carried out by the vector (active view) or the axes of coordinate frame are turned and the vector remain constant (passive view). The “active interpretation” attributes the transformation to the vector that is to say in the physical quantity (that is represented by this vector) and, by extension, to Matter while “passive interpretation” attributes the rotation to the coordinate frame and, by extension, to dimensions of Space. Of course, what makes this theory important is because it plays vital role in the unification of four forces of Nature (gravity included).