[time-nuts] Most precise clock ever created - here we go again
cfharris at erols.com
Sat Oct 30 09:28:52 EDT 2010
I would say that our perception of the three dimensions is
an artifact of the hologram. The world looks nothing like it
appears to us as part of the hologram. Think of how we view
holographic film vs how the film's contents appears when properly
set up so that we can see the hologram.
GandalfG8 at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 30/10/2010 12:12:36 GMT Daylight Time,
> sar10538 at gmail.com writes:
> So if everything is in 2d then nothing has mass as we need volume,
> hence a third dimension, for mass surely. If nothing has mass then it
> should be possible to travel faster than the speed of light. In a 2d
> universe, a lot of the basic laws of physics, we hold dear, just
> break, don't they?
> There is another consideration, if we assume the third dimension to be the
> Z axis, just for example doesn't really matter which, and that is taken to
> be the "depth" of our perception, simple rotation interchanges that with
> either the X or Y axis.
> Nothing very profound in that but which one in our "reality" are we going
> to treat as non-existent, or is this just to be conveniently explained away
> as an artefact of holography?
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