# How Many "Dimensions" Are There?

By birthlady

@birthlady (5613)

United States

November 29, 2006 11:57am CST

We live in a world of 3 dimensions, some say 4. And in quantum physics, there are possibly many many more dimensions. My friend and I debate about Michyo Koku's theory of 13 dimensions. My friend says there are 26 dimensions because every dimension has a mirror 2 x 13 = 26. I say its 13 squared, not 13 x 2. Buddhists believe there are 10 worlds of 30 realms in every moment. What do you think?

3 responses

@birthlady (5613)

• United States

8 Mar 07

everything has two sides, maybe more. I think the dimensions expand exponentially.

@zallakaboola (67)

• Canada

10 Mar 07

sure everything has two sides, i have a front and a back but space may be the exception to the rule. how do we know space has either a front or a back? i have a front and a back and you have a front and a back does the distance between us have a front and a back because we do?

@birthlady (5613)

• United States

11 Mar 07

Space is a pretty weird thing. Its said to spiral, contract, expand, and also have parallels. So if there are parallels, this is the mirror (other side).

@udayhase (173)

• United States

1 Dec 06

What's the reasoning behind your saying it's 13 squared?
If there's a mirror of each dimension, that allows for 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b,... and will add up to 26.

@birthlady (5613)

• United States

1 Dec 06

Because I think there is more than a mirror to each. I think its squared.

@kgwat70 (13395)

• United States

29 Nov 06

That is a very good question and a very difficult one to answer. You both have very good reasonings for your answers but I would probably stick with Koku's theory of 13 dimensions.

@birthlady (5613)

• United States

29 Nov 06

13 dimensions...if each dimension has a mirror, does that make 26? Here's where it gets tricky for me. I say its 13 times 13 (13 squared) and my friend says its 13 times 2 (26).