Is space-time2-D, 3-D, or 4-D? |

Adapted for the Internet from:Why God Doesn't Exist |

Fig. 1The definition of the word dimension of Physicsversus the definition of the word dimension of Mathematics |

Since the days of Descartes, the idiots of Mathematical Physics have confused number lines for dimensions. The mathematicians use parallels and meridians and call them coordinates or dimensions or whatever. To make matters worse, they routinely leave out the 3rd (physical) dimension, the one they call radius or diameter. They call it height, and replace it with a number line called time. This is how they arrive at the ridiculous conclusion that a sphere is 2-D. The sphere later magically morphs into a 4-D geometric figure when the mathematicians attempt to convince you that you live within a concept called space-time. These misconceptions have only to do with semantics. The mathematicians are not using their definitions consistently. |

Fig. 2 Multi-dimenisonal space-time |

Relativists describe, illustrate, and explain three different universes. Of course, it is difficult to falsify such a theory. |

Mmmm.Which model should I study for the test? |

Hey Bill! Eat your heart out!I got all the questions right on the relativity test. 100 % correct! |

Congratulations, Steve,you lucky dog! I didn't get any of 'em right. I don't understand any of this shit. |