If we were exclusively 3 dimensional beings, then we would not be able to experience a 3 dimensional world. Why? Below is the reason:
- Circle is a geometrical construct that needs two dimensions for its construction.
- The construction of a circle is possible only in a 2-D space.
- Two dimensional space is a necessary and sufficient condition for the construction of a circle.
- When we say that a certain geometrical or topological construct is N dimensional we mean that an N dimensional space is the necessary and sufficient condition for its construction.
- Circle as a 2-D construct can be perceived fully only from above, from above the 2-D space in which it is constructed.
- To fully perceive a circle one needs to transcend the circle’s space.
- One has to be transcendent to the circle in order to perceive the circle, or else the circle itself…
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