"This is what my 5 year old Grandson Jordan told his mom
[my daughter Kim]
He was just sitting on the couch and started to talk.
June 16 -2014 Jordan says Amber his sister. is a Cat-tear-re-um, they run fast are loud and eat a lot .they can talk…"
well... if you take 3 even spokes from a central point and spread them away evenly from each other in a 3d space, they naturally still are just on one 2d plane... dig? therefore the classic x,y,z 3 axis system is only enough to plot 2d mathematics, stay with me... also this is very interesting because it denies polarity by demanding 3 points just in 2d maths. no negativity, just triality???
so if your still with me to expand that idea to truly represent 3d space we need 4 axis, kind of like a 3 sided pyramid. Its been a while since i thought about this but 4 of these 3 spoke flat planes interlock to give very detailed maths of 12 axis which is really 6 + and 6 - axis im tired please respond...
I am also interested in multidimensional physics. I have recently discovered the inherent lack of a missing axis for describing a point in either 2d or 3d space and i DONT MEAN TIME. Would love a chat i also live in sydney maybe we know each other already????