My second unearthly tale.

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The 3D – that's the three-dimensionality – which is visible on the above illustration can be flattened. After flattening, the three-dimensional regular cube looks like the two-dimensional square.

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The fourth dimension in regard to such flattened 3D is here:

Pic. 3

Now I can create the four-dimensional regular hypercube.

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[In this illustration there is the flattened 4D – that's the four-dimensionality. After flattening 4D, the regular hypercube looks like the regular cube.]

[Important remark in the brackets: you – the three-dimensional being – don't strain yourself to imagine the four-dimensional hypercube, because such a geometric figure doesn't exist.]

This non-existent geometric figure looks in the numerical notation like this:

a * b * c * d

[Another important remark in the brackets: 4D exists only as the numerical notation.]

If a = b = c = d = unknown x, then the regular hypercube looks in the numerical notation like this:

x^{4}

A similar notation

is found in the universe program.

It's only similar
because in the universe program, instead of unknown
x^{4}, there occurs the
known:

A1^{4}

[I'm not going to reveal what numerical value, which is expressed in the unit of measure used by Earthlings, is hidden behind the symbol A1. At least not in this cycle of my tales.]

After converting numbers into lines, the regular hypercube
A1^{4} looks like this:

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[In this illustration the geometric 4D is flattened twice. After double flattening, the four- dimensional regular hypercube looks like the two-dimensional square.]

[As I said before, such a thing as the four-dimensional hypercube doesn't exist. However, it is easier to understand the working of the universe program when the mathematical numbers are converted into geometric lines.]

[The colours also are to make it easier for you – the Earthly reader – to understand the working of the universe program.]

[In the universe program the hypercube is "red," because in the imagination of unearthly beings it is red.]

The "red" hypercube is so small that it's indivisible into smaller four-dimensional figures.

[In the universe program there isn't notated any zero-dimensional point, instead there is notated the

indivisible value.

Which is A1, of course.]

Thus the "red" hypercube is

the four-dimensional point.

[Of course I could replace, in the above phrase, the word 'point' with another. But since in the universe program there is no such a thing as the zero-dimensional point, I decided to use this word.]

The four-dimensional point (in short: 4P) is "rushing" in the fourth dimension at the speed of 299,792,458 m/s or 186,282.397 miles per second or just c.

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[The four-dimensional point "rushes" rather than rushes, because in the universe program the speed is only the numerical notation.]

[I defined speed in the units of measure which are used by Earthlings.]

[The speed of the four-dimensional point is "red," because the four-dimensional point is "red."]

The four-dimensional point, which is "rushing" in the fourth dimension at speed c, is the energy:

4P * c

The name of such notation in the universe program is

zata.

[In my unearthly tales, I'm telling you – the Earthly reader – about the areas of the universe that no Earthling has described (it's mainly because no Earthling has any idea of their existence). Therefore, many things that exist in the universe haven't Earthly name. If something hasn't Earthly name, I use the unearthly one. Zata is one of them.]

Strictly speaking, zata is:

1 four-dimensional point with speed c in the fourth dimension.

(The end of this tale.)

It was written down – with a stick on fresh cow pie – by Kaziuk von Märchendorf.

E-mail: kaziukvonmaerchendorf@gmail.com

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