We know we live in a space of at least five dimensions. I wonder why we can’t see it that way?
We easily have the capability of modeling multi-dimensional space mathematically. With enough computer power, you can plug and chug all day. 11, 12 dimensions — knock yourself right on out. Seems like five should be easy. I can kind of wrap my head around four; in other words, I know when I look up at the night sky, I know I’m looking back into the past as well as distance. So how come I can’t figure out what a tesseract looks like? Continue reading