# Comment: hyper dimensional euclidean

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### hyper dimensional euclidean

hyper dimensional euclidean space is a really fun concept to think about.

I personally find the idea of extradimensional space very intriguing in a sense that there is a 4th dimension we cannot perceive being 3 dimensional beings (and having a 2 dimensional vision capacity).

Its also intriguing to think about the possibility that an infinite number of outcomes of all our behaviors and actions are completely different at any given time (requiring many multiple dimensions to fully 'observe' which would blow our minds just trying to conceive).

IMO it seems silly to think that this element we know as time really only has 1 dimension and 1 direction. If time was truly one dimensional, it would stand to reason (to me) that all that is in this existence is predetermined and can be calculated and predicted. For all the religion folks who would argue that this is obvious, that would suggest none of your actions were of your own willpower and therefore you could not be held accountable for them. It would seem more logical that time itself is either multidimensional, or that our perception of what 'time' is, is in fact an artifact/illusion of our limited capacity of perception of extra dimensional space.

I was thinking of some fun induction the other day while i got my brain rolling on this particular topic.

if you were a 1 dimensional being in a 1 dimensional space, the only manner for you to travel in the next dimension (2 dimensional travel) would be to bend the entire dimension of existence. It would still appear as though it only took a straight 'tunnel' to get there however.

If you were a 2 dimensional being stuck on a plane, in order to travel in the 3rd dimension, again youd have to bend the plane of existence you were stuck on to do so. of course all you would be able to percieve is still just a cross-sectional vision in either case.

If we as 3 dimensional beings could travel through a 4th dimension, it stands to reason one would have to bend what we know as space/time to do it. of course wed never actually know what the 4th dimension would look like even if we were traveling through it, as the limits to our visual perception is planar.