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(@caoimhin)
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"Arrgh" yep that's philosophy.

yes, but time is not treated the same in classical physics. It is separate as opposed to being interwoven spacetime in relativity. 

If I get what you're asking, you could be inside it. It's still a space (as much as I can wrap my head around a 4d Galilean cube). I haven't thought about it much, but I will now. Thanks! ?

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Posted : 18/07/2017 11:17 am
(@oyster_bells)
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Posted by: Caoimhín Shirey

"Arrgh" yep that's philosophy.

yes, but time is not treated the same in classical physics. It is separate as opposed to being interwoven spacetime in relativity. 

If I get what you're asking, you could be inside it. It's still a space (as much as I can wrap my head around a 4d Galilean cube). I haven't thought about it much, but I will now. Thanks! ?

Whaa...?  ?

Caoimhín, I always only half-understand your answers.

"Dougie, who do you prefer now, me or that Jade?"
"Jade."
"No, no, Dougie! Jade. Or. Me?"
"Me."
"Okay, once again. Jade. Or. Janey-E?"
"E."

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Posted : 19/07/2017 7:54 am
(@caoimhin)
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Sorry. I get ahead of myself sometimes. I think that you're getting hung up on the representation of a tesseract. It's a three dimensional representation of a four dimensional cube. If you're asking if a tesseract is solid, in geometrical terms, then yes. Think about how a square relates to a cube and then do the same with a cube and how it relates to a tesseract. 

 

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Posted : 19/07/2017 6:18 pm
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