We all know our world today as a three-dimensional world. No one can change that. However, in space, this is a different story. In the darkness of space, the fourth dimension is added, called space-time. The axis is described as time, after length, width, and height.
Many people know this because of Albert Einstein. He taught us that space is a different world than our Earth. Now, we know that a hypercube is a four-dimensional square, to put it best.
Although my question is that don’t we already live in a four-dimensional world? If that fourth dimension is time, then anything that moves after time is four-dimensional. Right?
Now, I did some research and according to Barak Shoshany, with a Ph.D. in physics, quotes that “although a person (or any other object) occupies only a 3-dimensional volume in space, its path through spacetime would look like a 4-dimensional volume,” meaning that humans may cover three dimensions in any kind of space, but if we were able to see in four dimensions, then indeed, humans are four-dimensional.
But what about the next dimensions? Scientists say that there probably is ten different dimensions in the universe. What are the next ones? The fifth dimension is called the casualty, or how the event was caused to happen, like say you started to move because somebody bumped into you. Then the sixth dimension makes it possible to bend time and space and combine them, so technically we could be living with the dinosaurs in the sixth dimension.
This is all very confusing and gnarly. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if we can even reach the sixth dimension in the first place. But as science improves and the human race becomes smarter and smarter, maybe, just maybe humans can see 10D. It’s very slim, but we must cling to that slim chance and make it possible.