I'm not posting this to flame, but rather to debate (calmly, mind you) a point.
1. I was talking about spatial dimensions.
Though time is conceptually segregated from the "physical" dimensions of length, width, and depth, I would argue that this distinction is an academic one, at best. While we can move freely about (within limitations of gravity and such) within "physical" space, we experience time vectorally (that is, we travel through said dimension at a constant rate in a single direction). While that does make time as a dimension experientially different than the "physical" dimesions for us, it does not necessarily mean that time is *objectively* different from the other three dimensions we directly experience. After all, tachyons and other subatomic particles are theorized to be able to travel back and forth through time.
So, what are your thoughts?
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