The fourth dimension is not "time'. The fourth dimension is a real space dimension r=ct, where c is the speed of light and the fourth dimension r is the product of 'c' and time which gives a real number distance. The other three dimensions are vector dimensions V= Ix + Jx + Ky. The vectors I, J and K are unit vectors with the vector property I2=J2=K2=IJK= - 1.
So, all the dimensions are units of space!
Why is time called the fourth dimension?
The fourth dimension.
the fourth dimension is the theory of time ,soul and consionces
Time is not the fourth dimension, because time is a singularity. The Past, Present and Future are in the "Now".
Albert Einstein said that time is the fourth dimension.
Most physicists would tell you that we already consider there to be a fourth dimension. It is time.
The fourth dimension is usually considered as being time.
the fourth elements or the fourth dimension in the relativity is time. The space are the first three dimensions.
The Third Dimension is the dimension of space, the one we are in now. The Fourth Dimension is the theoretical dimension of time, which overlaps onto the 3'rd Dimension.
Density is the fourth dimension and it can also be increasing the mass like other dimensions but we cannot see with our eyes but only if the width is very low and doesnt touch the centre and it's only directly proportional to surface, only if the object is transparent it exists
The fourth dimension is time, and it does become warped near a black hole.
The Fourth Dimension - book - was created in 1984.
eIt depends on what you mean. The fourth dimension can mean time. It's quite obvious who discovered time... If you mean the fourth spatial dimension, then the reality is that nobody has discovered it. It's rather an abstract mathematical concept. There might be parallel universes that have four (or any other number, for that matter) of dimensions, but that's another story entirely.
Time is the fourth dimension and a measure in which events can be ordered from the past through the present into the future.
Yes. The 4th dimension is time. According to String Theory (which is unverified), there may be as many as 11 dimensions, but dimensions above the fourth are hypothetical.
It moves in Time, the fourth dimension.
Time is. When people say "time is the fourth dimension", what they really mean is "It's mathematically consistent to treat time as if it were a dimension mutually orthogonal with the three 'normal' physical dimensions." I would propose to consider time(duration)as initial force of the Universe.
In physics the 4th dimension is time. So an object has 3 physical dimensions (height, width, length) but it also has a position in time.
Only if we are scaling small spaces as large spaces, density can be increasing when comparing the smaller object with the larger object so truly the larger object might be even larger
Many people believe that the physical world has only three dimensions but others have argued that Time is the fourth dimension.
The fourth dimension is time. To meet with someone you must give the intersecting streets, which represent the x and y co-ordinates. The floor number gives the elevation, plus or minus, and the time (10:30 e.g.). Miss any one of them and the rendezvous won't happen.
The Fourth dimension in Space is a real distance dimension r, completing the three vector displacement dimensions. Space is a quaternion with one real dimension and three vector dimensions, s= r + Ix + Jy + Kz, where I,J and K denote the vector dimensions. The real dimension r is related to time by r=ct where c is the speed of light. Einstein and Minkowski proposed in Relativity Theory a defective four dimension Space, where the fourth dimension is a vector Ict . This Space is essentially a two dimensional Space and does not exhibit the non-commuttive features of the quaternion Space.
Einstein described gravity as a bend in space-time. Today, some physicists describe the fourth dimension as any space that's perpendicular to a cube.
sure, why not
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