all dimensions of space/matter are interlaced; there is no separation between them, but separation becomes apparent to a manifested perceiver whom emerges and evolves reading information of a specific dimension
from a two dimensional perspective, matter is perceived as a surface of one dimension in two dimensions of space.
from a three dimensional perspective, matter is perceived as a surface of two dimensions in three dimensions of space.
from a four dimensional perspective, matter is perceived as a surface of three dimensions in four dimensions of space.
and so on and so forth…
an infinite number of 1 dimensional shapes are in an object of two dimensions
an infinite number of 2 dimensional shapes are in an object of three dimensions
an infinite number of 3 dimensional shapes are in an object of four dimensions
however, all the same… it’s the same object no matter the specific dimension that it’s being perceived in
A first person narrative horror adventure that puts players in the shoes of a young blind woman who must use her extraordinary hearing and razor-sharp wits to solve mysteries and escape a deadly presence.
“When someone walks around a bend in the river, the Pirahã say that the person has not simply gone away but xibipíío—‘gone out of experience. They use the same phrase when a candle flame flickers. The light ‘goes in and out of experience.’ ”
— Daniel Everett, best known for his study of the Amazon Basin’s Pirahã people and their language