Imagining The Tenth Dimension by Rob bryanton
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"Rob Bryanton's Imagining the Tenth Dimension is one of the most brilliantly-conceived and mind-stretching books that I've ever encountered. Bryanton presents a uniquely compelling model of our ...
"Rob Bryanton's Imagining the Tenth Dimension is one of the most brilliantly-conceived and mind-stretching books that I've ever encountered. Bryanton presents a uniquely compelling model of our 10-dimensional universe, that allows one to visualize and grasp the topography of the higher dimensions in a step-by-step manner. This is must reading for anyone interested in the philosophy of physics, shamanic exploration, or the nature of reality." -- author and psychobiologist David Jay Brown.
Most of us have gotten used to the idea of there being 4 dimensions: but how can we possibly imagine the 10th? This project starts from the unique argument that time really is just one of the directions in the 4th spatial dimension, and our spacetime universe is being created one planck length at a time as we twist and turn in the available branches of the 5th dimension. For many people, this "new way of thinking about time and space" has resonances with their own ways of understanding reality.
New visitor? Click on "Imagining the Ten Dimensions" from the Navigation menu at the left to watch the introductory 11-minute animation. The ideas in this animation come from chapter one of the popular book "Imagining the Tenth Dimension" ("a fascinating excursion into the multiverse--clear, elegant, personal, and provocative" - Hugo/Nebula award-winning author Greg Bear).
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