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Can you warp into other dimensions



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Define "warp" and "other dimensions"! Actually, it is an interesting exercise to try to imagine a 4-dimensional cube. You can draw one in two dimensions by drawing a regular cube (which you draw by drawing two squares and connecting them at the corners) and then connecting it to another cube from all the corners. It is kind of mind-boggling... But, by any normal interpretation of your question, the answer as far as I know is "no".

Arthur Smith



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