I'm not a physicist. I watched a great video in which someone described what passing a sphere through 2 dimensions would look like to a 2d being. First is anyone actually looking for higher dimensional manifestation in our physical 3 dimensions? Secondly... Of course 2d beings don't exist.. and in fact neither does 2 dimensional space. We can envisage it and model it because of descartes. In fact.. it is only because of descartes that we can effectively model geometry to a sufficient degree to enable modern physics... Which leads me on. The Higgs field.. in fact all the fields of the standard model are based on the abstract notion of Cartesian dimensions surely? String theory I understand.. even more so. Are we actually sure that models based on Cartesian dimensions are suitable for modeling reality? I realise the accurately predict a lot of things.. but.. what is the basis of our faith that dimensions exist at all.. in anything other than an abstract manner. Is this perhaps why we are struggling with uncertainty (sic) in post classical physics?
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