<strong>No cables at all. Must be completely wireless.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Don't forget: it's 4D. The wires are probably in a different, 3D cross section. Or something. <img src="graemlins/bugeye.gif" border="0" alt="[Skeptical]" />

Don't forget: it's 4D. The wires are probably in a different, 3D cross section. Or something. <img src="graemlins/bugeye.gif" border="0" alt="[Skeptical]" /> </strong><hr></blockquote>

yes sound does travel through the fourth dimension because the fourth dimension is time. first three are space. and according to string theory, there are two more time dimensions and three more space dimensions.

<strong>yes sound does travel through the fourth dimension because the fourth dimension is time. first three are space. and according to string theory, there are two more time dimensions and three more space dimensions.</strong><hr></blockquote>

another way of looking at dimensions is the thought of shadows. a shadow of something 2 dimensional is a simple line. a shadow of something 3 dimensional is a 2 dimensional "face." therefore, a 4th dimensional shadow would be 3 dimensional. so therefore, what we see would be simply a shadow in 3 dimensions, but would actually exist in hyperspace in the 4th dimension. pretty cool stuff to think about really...

so in this example, we wouldnt see the computer itself, but simply its shadow...?

<strong>The screen is hot but the Cube is not.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Cool. It's a hypercube, where the dimensions of the inside cube are congruent with the dimensions of the outer cube. Someone in my high school (eons ago) won an award for proving this. Of course, this happens only after exceeding the speed of light, which the G4 has, apparently.

[quote]Originally posted by GardenOfEarthlyDelights:

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Cool. It's a hypercube, where the dimensions of the inside cube are congruent with the dimensions of the outer cube. Someone in my high school (eons ago) won an award for proving this. Of course, this happens only after exceeding the speed of light, which the G4 has, apparently.</strong><hr></blockquote>

What's the speed of light have to do with the 4th physical dimension? And just out of curiosity, do we have any proof the there is a 4th physical dimension, or is it all still based on theory?

<strong>Can sound travel through dimensions? there should be a HUGE 4th dimensional subwoofer...</strong><hr></blockquote>

Would we hear it?

[quote]What's the speed of light have to do with the 4th physical dimension? And just out of curiosity, do we have any proof the there is a 4th physical dimension, or is it all still based on theory?<hr></blockquote>

Time can be considered another dimension. If we exist in four-demensional space-time, time continues foward because the universive is expanding.

What if the universe collapses though, would we get to live backward?

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22,667member213memberNice work but the cube is too much.

1,133member1,038memberWireless keyboard, wireless mouse, wireless speakers, and wireless power. NMaybe power is transmitted by microwave. Dangerous.

53memberI LOVE MY CUBE!!!

361member<strong>No cables at all. Must be completely wireless.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Don't forget: it's 4D. The wires are probably in a different, 3D cross section. Or something. <img src="graemlins/bugeye.gif" border="0" alt="[Skeptical]" />

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Don't forget: it's 4D. The wires are probably in a different, 3D cross section. Or something. <img src="graemlins/bugeye.gif" border="0" alt="[Skeptical]" /> </strong><hr></blockquote>

Sneaky bastards.

1,434member5,278member1,434member8,254member0D, a point... 0 faces

1D, a line... 2 points as 'faces'

2D, a square... 4 lines as 'faces'

3D, a cube... 6 squares as faces

4D, a hypercube... 8 cubes as 'faces'

1,434member222member2,070member<strong>yes sound does travel through the fourth dimension because the fourth dimension is time. first three are space. and according to string theory, there are two more time dimensions and three more space dimensions.</strong><hr></blockquote>

another way of looking at dimensions is the thought of shadows. a shadow of something 2 dimensional is a simple line. a shadow of something 3 dimensional is a 2 dimensional "face." therefore, a 4th dimensional shadow would be 3 dimensional. so therefore, what we see would be simply a shadow in 3 dimensions, but would actually exist in hyperspace in the 4th dimension. pretty cool stuff to think about really...

so in this example, we wouldnt see the computer itself, but simply its shadow...?

93memberAnd that heart logo is nice too.

963member<strong>The screen is hot but the Cube is not.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Cool. It's a hypercube, where the dimensions of the inside cube are congruent with the dimensions of the outer cube. Someone in my high school (eons ago) won an award for proving this. Of course, this happens only after exceeding the speed of light, which the G4 has, apparently.

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Cool. It's a hypercube, where the dimensions of the inside cube are congruent with the dimensions of the outer cube. Someone in my high school (eons ago) won an award for proving this. Of course, this happens only after exceeding the speed of light, which the G4 has, apparently.</strong><hr></blockquote>

What's the speed of light have to do with the 4th physical dimension? And just out of curiosity, do we have any proof the there is a 4th physical dimension, or is it all still based on theory?

314member<strong>Can sound travel through dimensions? there should be a HUGE 4th dimensional subwoofer...</strong><hr></blockquote>

Would we hear it?

[quote]What's the speed of light have to do with the 4th physical dimension? And just out of curiosity, do we have any proof the there is a 4th physical dimension, or is it all still based on theory?<hr></blockquote>

Time can be considered another dimension. If we exist in four-demensional space-time, time continues foward because the universive is expanding.

What if the universe collapses though, would we get to live backward?

Think of the implications for Apple rumors.