What is fourth dimension?

  • (noun): The fourth coordinate that is required (along with three spatial dimensions) to specify a physical event.
    Synonyms: time

Some articles on fourth dimension, dimension:

The Fourth Dimension (book)
... The Fourth Dimension is a non-fiction work written by Rudy Rucker, the Silicon Valley professor of mathematics and computer science, and was published in ... Like other books by Rucker, The Fourth Dimension is dedicated to Edwin Abbott Abbott, author of the novella Flatland ...
Trinh T. Minh-ha - Films - The Fourth Dimension (87 Mins, Digital, 2001)
... The Fourth Dimension is Trinh T ... in time also frame time in the film this is where the actual and virtual meet- The Fourth Dimension ...
Black Diamond: The Anthology - Track Listing
... "Against the Wind" (Fourth Dimension) 11 ... "Distant Skies" (Fourth Dimension) 12 ... "Stratovarius" (Fourth Dimension) 13 ...
Fourth Dimension - Other
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David Yonggi Cho - Distinctive Teachings - Belief in The Fourth Dimension
... God spoke to my heart, 'Son, as the second dimension includes and controls the first dimension, and the third dimension includes and controls the second dimension ... The spirit is the fourth dimension ... They have the fourth dimension as well as the third dimension in their hearts.' So men, by exploring their spiritual sphere of the fourth dimension through the development of concentrated visions and dreams ...

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