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Posted by  Daniel on August 31, 2003 at 18:08:13:

In Reply to:  Re: the 4th dimension of the space posted by Mat on August 18, 2003 at 05:09:46:

I think that the 4th dimensional is not so dificult to see, you only need an open mind.
Think that you throw a ball in a mirror, in the instant that the ball hit the mirror you set the initial time, then you have the ball with all their 3d(X Y Z) configuration, going in 2 diferent direction in the same time, one foward, and the other reverse,
daniel.

 
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