__" & there is a particular episode where he is explaining 2nd, 3rd & 4th dimensional theory's & the way he explains a 2nd dimensional being accidentally entering into a three dimensional space & then trying to understand, or explain__

**Cosmos***where he was, what he saw & what he experienced there*, but being totally at a loss to begin explaining it...struck me as extremely similar to hyperspace being 100% beyond explanation!!

Here: "The Edge Of Forever"

The dimensional talk starts at around 23:00 minutes, but watch it all!!! Great stuff here!!

In fact a lot of the information in this episode kept reminding me of DMT experiences!!

But he was talking about 3rd & 4th dimensional interaction & certain 4th dimensional geometrical shapes that we can't see, or even conceptualize because they use a fourth dimension & we are trapped in only three dimensions!!

**3-D = Width**(

*side to side*)

**/Depth**(

*front to back*)

**/Height**(

*Up & down*)

4-D = right angles to all of those!?!?!?!?:shock:

There is a shape called a Tesseract (a 4th dimensional

*Hyper-Cube*!)...that he uses to show a "

*shadow of a 4th dimensional object*".

Because

*a 3 dimensional object casts a 2 dimensional shadow, in the same way a 4th dimensional object will cast a 3 dimensional shadow*!!!

I'll let him explain why & how...

Check out the Wiki-link I attached to the word "Tesseract"!!

Tell me you haven't "

*seen*" one of those...

*out there*!!

Here is a quote from the Wikipage on 4th dimensional theory that I think is quite fitting!!:

Being three-dimensional, we are only able to see the world with our eyes in two dimensions. A four-dimensional being would be able to see the world in three dimensions. For example, it would be able to see all six sides of an opaque box simultaneously, and in fact, what is inside the box at the same time, just as we can see the interior of a square on a piece of paper. It would be able to see all points in 3-dimensional space simultaneously, including the inner structure of solid objects and things obscured from our three-dimensional viewpoint.

Very interesting stuff!!! Very spicy indeed!!

WS