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Imagine you were s two dimensional creature in a two dimensional plane. Width and length only, no concept of height. Let's say your world is like a piece of paper. Then, one day, a three dimensional create, 6 year old Thomas from Swindon, pushes s pencil through your piece of paper, your world. You have no concept of up or down. All you can discern is some disturbance in your field. Wouldn't that be spooky!

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Gatovicolo Level 7 June 13, 2018

I recommend Edwin Abbott Abbott's Flatland and Ian Stewart's Flatterland - I think you'd like them.

Jnei Level 8 June 13, 2018

Sounds like a Dr Who episode but in reverse...
The 2d people stopped by.

Vickylyn Level 6 June 13, 2018

Can you share some of that weed with me?

mtnhome Level 7 June 13, 2018


Full movie...

Bjy001 Level 7 June 14, 2018

Thanks I'll look at that tomorrow


I'd have to say no, based on my experience in a three-dimensional world, where crazy stuff happens all the time and it isn't spooky.

Quite agree Kathleen. Perhaps I should have written exciting, but I guess it depends on the individual's perceptionsmile008.gif


Black swan......

Mitch07102 Level 7 June 13, 2018

When I am trapped there I will send you a 2D postcard. Sex will be impossible for starters.


It would be a source for curiosity wondering about where that bit of territory went. Because there is no up or down it wouldn't be a hole, just a circular piece of the plane I occupied would no longer be there. I suppose it would take on considerably more importance if that hole were punched where I happened to be. By the way, what have you been smoking?

ya, and i'd like some smile001.gif

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