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Sat 26 Apr 14:21:58 2008
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Quoted By: >>11204590 >>11204623 >>11204767 >>11204821

anyone wana discus of this series? i.e how fun it is?

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>>11204590

not really, having a crap-pant loli doesnt make it fun. check my pic now THATS A funny series

not really, having a crap-pant loli doesnt make it fun. check my pic now THATS A funny series

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>>11204583

i likes this series more, eh have top notch animation

i likes this series more, eh have top notch animation

Quoted By: >>11204656 >>11204691 >>11204821

To see a 3-dimensional figure, you take 2-dimensional information acquired from both of your eyes, and your brain analyzes processes it accordingly to gain the correct depth.

Assume that there are intelligent beings in a 2-dimensional world.

Can they see a 3-dimensional object? No they cannot.

The reason is, since they only exist in two dimensions, they can only perceive those things which happen on a plane.

In a 2-dimensional field of vision, only straight lines (one dimension) can be reflected.

Let's assume that for some reason they become 3-dimensional. Then, in their 3-dimensional range of vision, only planes (two dimensions) can be reflected. With 3-dimensional sight, all that happens is that the plane reflected in the right eye and the plane reflected in the left eye are synthesized into one image.

By combining 2-dimensional information coming in at the same time from two different sources, you are really just hallucinating that you are perceiving a solid form.

Assume that there are intelligent beings in a 2-dimensional world.

Can they see a 3-dimensional object? No they cannot.

The reason is, since they only exist in two dimensions, they can only perceive those things which happen on a plane.

In a 2-dimensional field of vision, only straight lines (one dimension) can be reflected.

Let's assume that for some reason they become 3-dimensional. Then, in their 3-dimensional range of vision, only planes (two dimensions) can be reflected. With 3-dimensional sight, all that happens is that the plane reflected in the right eye and the plane reflected in the left eye are synthesized into one image.

By combining 2-dimensional information coming in at the same time from two different sources, you are really just hallucinating that you are perceiving a solid form.

Quoted By: >>11204656 >>11204691 >>11204821

That is not the true 3-dimensional vision. 3-dimensional vision is when you can see all six sides of a cube, at the same time. In an "n" dimension, you can only obtain visual information in the dimension of "n-1". This is why if you are on one tip of the "Y" shape, it means you cannot be aware of what is happening at the other tip.

Assume that you did obtain a 3-dimensional range of vision, so if you escaped the plane of 2-dimensionality, and when you looked down from a 3-dimensional space at the 2-dimensional plane? You would realize for the first time that you were at particular point on the "Y" and realize too that there could be another you that took a different path on the "Y"

It's the same for a 3-dimensional space when you acquire 4-dimensional vision. In other words, if you escape this 3rd-dimensional space, and look down at it from a 4th-dimensional space, you will realize for the first time that you were on one point of the "Y", and realize too that there is another you who took a different branch of the "Y" in a different history, in a different world, in a different place.. another you exists. You are omnipresent in the world. We are just branches of "Y".

Assume that you did obtain a 3-dimensional range of vision, so if you escaped the plane of 2-dimensionality, and when you looked down from a 3-dimensional space at the 2-dimensional plane? You would realize for the first time that you were at particular point on the "Y" and realize too that there could be another you that took a different path on the "Y"

It's the same for a 3-dimensional space when you acquire 4-dimensional vision. In other words, if you escape this 3rd-dimensional space, and look down at it from a 4th-dimensional space, you will realize for the first time that you were on one point of the "Y", and realize too that there is another you who took a different branch of the "Y" in a different history, in a different world, in a different place.. another you exists. You are omnipresent in the world. We are just branches of "Y".

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Ok people, we no longer need to lurk /a/. Bob will handle all /a/ discussion on his own from here on out.

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