Behold the cartilaginous skeleton of a sand tiger shark (Carcharias taurus)!! The Vancouver Aquarium has a whole exhibit on the inner workings of marine creatures, from skeletons to plastinated specimens!
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
This white anemone flower is pretty cool in UVIVF. Just between the teal part of the petals and the outer pink there is a darker band of red. In visible light, that appears to be the only part of the petals that isn’t white. Neat!