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Space usually the universe as perceived by our physical senses. It is disputed whether space exists apart from objects or is a property of objects, and also whether it is objective or subjective. such difficulties arise from our attempt to abstract extension from the reality of which it is an aspect, just as we attempt to abstract matter and energy. the physical basis of our universe appears under these three aspects, and the attempt to conceive each of the three as separate existences and to construct the universe out of them is to court contradiction and to proceed in the inverse order. In most arguments about the nature of space, space is unconsciously assumed at the outset of the inquiry, so that the reasoning becomes viciously circular. Is space the ultimate residue left after we have removed everything conceivable? In that case how can we define it in terms of anything which is supposed to be derived from it? We must either leave it undefined, as a primary postulate, or else define it in terms of something which lies beyond the physical plane altogether. Again, the question whether the dimensions belong to space or to material objects arises from a false separation between these two, so that we speak of objects being in space, just as we speak of life as being in matter.We think of space as an absence of matter, as we think of darkness as an absence of light, and silence as absence of sound; and having thus created vacuums we proceed to fill them. In the view of occultism it would be nearer the truth to say that light is the absence of darkness, sound the absence of silence, and matter a form of the presence of space; to be continue "Space2 "

Three-Dimensional the physical plane of objectivity is often spoken of as the three-dimensional world, because in our space considered as a system of points, three rectilinear coordinates are necessary to determine the position of a point. when one of these three dimensions becomes zero, the volume of the body also becomes zero, and it vanishes from the physical planes. mathematics speaks of n-dimensions, but some of these dimensions may be vectors, such as force or velocity, so that it is necessary to avoid drawing false analogies. dimension or dimensional is a word which when strictly used refers to measuring in one or another direction. now the intuition which has led many modern scientists and philosophers to speak of more than three dimensions of space is a true one, but a more correct way of phrasing these suppositions dimensions would be to speak of the philosophical qualities or attributes of space. Thus, time in the relativity theory of einstein may logically enough be considered a dimension, because it is a quality or mode of measuring space from event to event, so that by such mensuration the mind can picture to itself not only the continuous present, but likewise the past and future. Furthermore, any entity possessing the commonly accepted three dimensions could not exist or be, unless the time element entered into the equation; in other words, unless a being or thing exists in time it obviously cannot exist at all, and thus it is that time logically and correctly can be called a dimension of space. to be continue "Three-Dimensional2 "

measurements in length, width and height, regarding cargo.

In common usage, a dimension (Latin, "measured out") is a parameter or measurement required to define the characteristics of an object—i.e., length, width, and height or size and shape. In mathematics, dimensions are the parameters required to describe the position and relevant characteristics of any object within a conceptual space—where the dimension of a space is the total number of different parameters used for all possible objects considered in the model. generalizations of this concept are possible and different fields of study will define their spaces by their own relevant dimensions, and use these spaces as frameworks upon which all other study (in that area) is based. In specialized contexts, units of measurement may sometimes be "dimensions"—meters or feet in geographical space models, or cost and price in models of a local economy.

Noun1. the magnitude of something in a particular direction (especially length or width or height) (hypernym) magnitude (hyponym) thickness2. a construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished; "self-confidence is not an endearing property" (synonym) property, attribute (hypernym) concept, conception, construct (hyponym) quality, character, lineament3. one of three cartesian coordinates that determine a position in space (hypernym) cartesian coordinate4. magnitude or extent; "a building of vast proportions" (synonym) proportion (hypernym) magnitudeVerb1. indicate the dimensions on; "These techniques permit us to dimension the human heart" (hypernym) mark2. shape or form to required dimensions (hypernym) shape, form

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