I couldn't really think of a suitable question title, I'm not sure if it's completely related or not.
But this is as far as I know (well, I thought it all up last night and it seemed extremely logical so I think it's probably what scientists believe):
There are 11 possible dimensions, the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and so on and each dimension consists of all the dimensions below it, e.g. the 6th dimension consists of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th, the 4th of which is time, which allows for existence because of course there must be time for existence as you need time to forward to exist. So this means that the space-time (the 4th dimension) must be the lowest dimension with possible existence as that is the lowest dimension to include a dimension of time. So we, as humans, must exist in the 4th dimension because we need time to exist and because all the gravity, space and space curvature around us is governed by the extra dimension of time, creating space-time/4th dimension, but time isn't a spacial dimension so our view of the universe doesn't change because of the extra dimension of time, which is why we only see it as 3-dimensional, because they are the only 3 spacial dimensions that we can actually see/visualise.
Are my views correct and a physicist would agree with me or are they completely wrong? If they are wrong, could someone explain what I have explained, but correctly please.