Imagining the Tenth Dimension has ratings and 18 reviews. author Rob Bryanton starts with the lower dimensions that we are all familiar with, then uses. Jeff: Rob Bryanton, the author of Imagining the Tenth Dimension is. Modern theories tell us that there are ten spatial, or “space-like” dimensions to our reality. My name is Rob Bryanton. With this project, I have.
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Thanks for your support, Simon! Just like that Flatlander who could only see cross-sections of objects from the dimension above, we as three-dimensional creatures can only see cross-sections of our fourth-dimensional self. The progression of activity through the brain resembles a multi-dimensional sandcastle that materializes out of the sand and then disintegrates.
If I judge it as sci-fi, then it has no plot, no world, no characters, no events. In a square, you can either move up and down or you can move left and right; hence, two dimensions. Inflexible data management systems force the information into the medium.
Dimensions can also be represented in other ways. Posted by Rob Bryanton at He puts this VR bryantn on me and I’m using that program, I’m at an arcade. Imagining time like this has some contradictions. Disregard this “educational” blog, please. Physically and mathematically, what he claims about space and time is absolute bullocks, if I may use the expression.
Here’s what I think. There is absolutely no scientific connection to string theory or whatsoever, except that the number 10 and the word dimensions are in the same sentence. But it could just as easily be represented using depth, or time, or even something else.
A direct link to the video below is at https: In fact, the number of points in any number of dimensions greater than zero imaginung always be aleph one. I think you are being a bit to harsh in your treatment of this video simply because it is a truly difficult topic to visualize and conceptualize and as an armchair physicist, I enjoy pondering the fundamental nature our universe and our role within it as sentient beings.
Fill in your brynton below or click an icon to log in: Several times I have watched your video and tried to put your concepts into my own words to then see if my understanding could stand on its own. I was hoping imxgining science that I could understand, but this is more a new-age, popular take on the science related to M theory string theory. Ten years for a project about ten dimensions certainly seems worthy of note.
If you take the book for what it is, and not as a scientific explanation of dimensions, it’s interesting, but not amazing. I could place the individuals, and their perceptions, along with the groupings of individuals, at various dimensional levels.
All of the science is presented in a user-friendly fashion, unpretentious and humorous. To be able to have a multitude of paths through time, we do not need five dimensions; we still only need four.
For non-scientists, I cannot recommend this book either, since I don’t think it will help you in any way: Two If we now take our first dimensional line and draw a second line crossing the first, we’ve entered the second dimension.
And to complete the logic we have used from the outset, we now take the entire ninth tehth and conceive of it as a single point. To quote Aberdeen University’s Ran Levi, one of the mathematicians who contributed to these findings: Sadly for him that still doesn’t keep people from verbally attacking him and calling him charlatan, when again he’s always been pretty up front.
With my name as the author removed and the text screens at the end removed which includes “while this ‘way of imagining’ is not the accepted explanation for string theory, it does have thought-provoking connections to many people’s impression of how our reality is constructed”there has indeed been some controversy as to my intent with this project.
My name is Rob Bryanton.
Imagining the Tenth Dimension: A New Way of Thinking about Time and Space by Rob Bryanton
Too painful to watch. It explains ST from the point of view of a mathematician, in fact he is the second half of the Calaby-Yaus, in an equetion free but not too dumbed down way.
I imagined each perception as a line of slight, taken from different points, through this mass of spheres, which would allow a person to see many different things in many ways, without adding to, or taking away from the mass of information.
I spent two weeks in the Cardiac Surveillance Ward thinking I was about to kick the bucket, and so I wrote this book in those two weeks. While I do try to avoid putting textbooks and their ilk on here, ‘Imaginging the Tenth Dimension’ is much more than Maybe I only like this bok because I like quantum physics and quantum mechanics.
For me it was ridiculously cool to be able to move into all those different realities while still within this reality. While I do try to rbo putting textbooks and their ilk on here, ‘Imaginging the Tenth Dimension’ is much more than a text book. Jul 03, Mark Thompson rated it it was amazing.
Imagining the Tenth Dimension
Sun Tzu, Machiavelli, Bryanton. You could say that this point represents what Einstein was thinking about when he said the separation between past, present dijension future is only an illusion. Many of Rob Bryanton’s ideas are consistent with the Many Worlds Interpretation, and his critics fail to recognize that while he is using scientific knowledge, theory, and in particularly the Many Worlds Interpretation of quantum mechanics as his foundational axioms, he is well aware that his theory of reality is not accepted by mainstream science, and in fact would be considered irrational by conventional scientists which rely on a deterministic mode of thought, including the MWI of quantum mechanics.