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Tesseracts

All the dimensions from one to five

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What would everything be like on the second dimension? It would be 2 dimensional and everything would be flat.
What happens to each dimension as it goes to the next dimension? They will keep squaring.
What is the first dimension? A line. ___________
What dimension do humans live in? The third dimension.
What is the fifth dimension? It is a tesseract.
What is a tesseract? It is a portal that is able to make things go over long distances in a short amount of time.
what is the second dimension? It is a square.
Do dimensions go on forever? Yes they will just keep on squaring.
What is the fourth dimension? It is a cube inside of another cube that is connected with lines at the vertices.
What did Albert Einstein call the fourth dimension? He called it time.
Created by: robojoe