How would you describe something that exists in three dimensions to another person who exists in a two dimensional world if you live in a two dimensional world?
a. My response to that is: The Universe.
b. Excuse the rhetorical question, but why does anything require measuring?
What dimension implies is a human emphatic, applied using geometric/mathematics ideology. There is no universal proof/tangible data to support said emphatic.
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