The debate "Multiple dimensions or a multiverse exists" was started by
March 7, 2016, 9:22 pm.
7 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 3 people are on the disagree side.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
ProudAmerican888, danielle, RyanWakefield and 4 visitors agree.
3 visitors disagree.
I am not completely aware of all the dimensions available. I'm certain that 1-4 are. point, a shape, a shape with depth, and a shape with depth moving. I believe it goes to 9, in regards to energy transferring though a shape and pure energy in its collision and so on.
What I would like to know is that if consciousness could be regarded as a dimension. Yeah, yeah, soul or no soul, still we could say that an object's ability to change it's movements by its own will or preordained functions is much more different than an object falling because of gravity.
And even the location standards, such as a single point, line/shape, a shape with depth, then the moving shape, all encompass qualities of the whole system before in its entirety without losing properties. Therefore, dimensions should also be able to rise in regards to this. There are individual shapes and sizes throughout the world, but what if a dimension could be defined to connect the qualities of two shapes, then it could also be done in another multiple ways, then regardless of distance. In other words, the labeling or recognition of other dimensions leads us closer to understanding information given to us, yet at the same time that information becomes closer and closer to being as simple as a dot.
It is debatable, I hear, that we live in the fifth dimension. I'm not sure how to regard that, and it feels like some steps were skipped, if it is that the other dimensions beyond this are available. Or maybe up to five is all a normal person can percieve.
at least 4 dimensions definitely exist.