We see 2D images. Length and Height.
We experience depth, through the accumulation of 2D images. We have two eyes, so we can bypass time, for in every instant, we have multiple frames of reference to comprehend and experience a dimension or facet, beyond just length and height.
Depth applies to objects that have length and height. It does not apply to the dimensions, but rather, the object. The dimensions are separated by the fact they are intersect one another equally.
If I had a cube, and said length intersects both depth and height, therefore a cube is 2L + 1W + 1D = 4D. What would be my mistake? I would have counted length twice, when both lengths are equal to one another, and not intersecting each other. Both lengths are actually, and therefore one dimension, not two. The confusion comes because they are separated by either depth, height or time, but we've already counted those.
Now, if we have a square pyramid. How many dimensions does it have? It depends where you measure. The tip is of 0 dimensions. The base is 2 dimensional (L*D). The faces are 2 dimensional (L*H). A dimension that intersects with itself, at the moment of intersection is equal, and therefore, not a dimension, for dimensions are inequality. It create a new dimension, but removes a dimension.
The programmer in me rejoices for what I'm about to say. In any instant, one comparison contains two alternatives. This applies to dimensions also. The point of comparison, is to merge two alternatives, into a single result. With this in mind, we measure an object.
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public static conclusion GiveExample(object a) //measures an object, returns conclusion
int dimensionCount; //holds the current dimension count
Result = Has_Length(a); //returns value of 1 if true, 0 if false - assigns value to result
dimensionCount = Result; //adds result to dimension count
dimensionCount += hasHeight(a); //returns value of 1 if true, 0 if false - adds to current count
dimensionCount += hasDepth(a); //see above
dimensionCount += hasTime(a); //see above
return makeConclusion(dimensionCount, stealExplanation(victim)); //returns dimensionCount with a respectable explanation attached - 'conclusion'
Time is the range that all other relevant dimensions spread out from one point (equality/0D/intersection) until all other relevant dimensions collapse upon each other back into one point. The same could be said for all dimensions. If however, a dimension never collapses with another dimension, it is because they are equal and infinitely neutral in regards to each other.
So what is the conclusion we draw from the combination of dimensions? The volume of the object. The volume of the Universe. And this is what we want to know. This is what I want to know. Now, this is when I try to create hope within the confines of reality. (It's the only place hope exists).
Here's what I have. All dimensions are infinite. There's no beginning or end, in reality. The beginning is merely a point where all dimensions intersect. This is no true start, for before they intersected, they were apart. If they were never apart, we couldn't possibly be as we are. We couldn't possibly be.
Therefore, I put it to you, time is infinite. If time is infinite, and all reality is just affect : A pendulum being pushed back and forth due to the prior momentum, then we will once again emerge. Life will once again emerge, for it has infinite opportunity to. And with infinite opportunity, comes determinism. Life is determined to emerge and re-emerge.
We say life is finite, and we will lose all we love. This is true, but the loss is only temporary. Just as this cycle of our life, is only temporary. But this is where things become beautiful. We will never know a moment of death. Death, is nothingness. And nothingness can't connect to reality, for it is not part of reality. We are only energy, and energy fluctuates, but never truly dissipates. Energy just dances from one form, to another. We will die, and as soon as we're aware once more, it will be because we are alive once more.
In my heart, I'm starting to believe that we are blessed. We are energy, and we will always be energy. We mark a line in the sand and say this is where life stopped, but it isn't true. The line represents when energy changed it's form, but truly, it was always the same thing, and always will be. We are energy, and always will be.
What does this mean for life? Embrace love, embrace pain, embrace it all. There is nothing more to be found, for nothing doesn't exist. We have all that is of relevance and significance, and we will have it forevermore. We shouldn't live for fear, but love.
And if this life is all we have, and we will never know it again? Would you, would I still take the same path? Of course. Love is all that is of significance.
We are the same. Every single one of us. We are not enemies. We are one. We can do so much, but first, we must learn to love ourselves, and with that, life itself.
You are all beautiful and in my heart, I believe we can achieve anything we hope for. I truly love you.