What happens when a 4 dimensional being views a 4 dimensional object in 3 dimens

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Jangaplanetposted 7 years ago

What happens when a 4 dimensional being views a 4 dimensional object in 3 dimensions?

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zampanoposted 7 years ago

I fail to grasp the meaning of what you are talking about.
But my guess is he puts his glasses on...

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duffsmomposted 7 years ago

You're hurting my brain.  Maybe he just closes his eyes and thinks of really really hard questions for Hubpages  :-)

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Mr Niceposted 7 years ago

In mathematics, the fourth dimension, or a four-dimensional ("4D") space,[dubious – discuss] is an abstract concept derived by generalizing the rules of three-dimensional space.
To find out more visit the link....
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_dimension

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Timetothinkposted 7 years ago

In practice it is the same as when we 3 dimensional beings view anything more than six feet away.  Our eye gap is less than necessary to sustain true 3D vision past this distance and our brain merely artificially creates a 3D resolution for us to work with.  It is understood that a 4D being's brain would do the same and artificially turn the 3D reality into a working 4D platform for this 4D individual to conduct whatever activity it was trying to conduct.  Furthermore, the 4th dimension is the actualisation of probabilty in a time-space 3D environment where probability acts as the 4th variable in the dimensional equaiton i.e. It might take time to cross the room or you can cross the room without changing time just by changing probable position

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