Here’s a Visual Guide to the 10 Dimensions of Reality
For your perusal, here’s a handy pictorial reference to the vast, terrifying vistas of space-time
According to superstring theory, there are at least 10 dimensions in the universe (M-theory actually suggests that there are 11 dimensions to spacetime; bosonic string theories suggest 26 dimensions).
That’s a bit of a mind-boggler: Most people understand the basic three dimensions, and many know that the fourth dimension is probably time. But what, exactly, are full 10 dimensions?
Inspired by a recent article at Phys.org that broke down the main ten; here’s a handy visual guide to orienting yourself to superstring theory and your place in the infinite, neverending mindf*ck we call “reality.”
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The First Dimension: Length
The Second Dimension: Height
Height, or y-axis, can be added to the length to produce a two-dimensional object, such as a triangle or square.