User talk:Uglysses

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What if Pythagoras got it backwards and the length that we should be interested in is the hypotenuse not the sides? That is the answer to the question how many dimensions are there in a shape with length √2 is 2. In a cube, with a "hypotenuse" of √3 there are 3 dimensions. Unfortunately because of Relativity meter sticks are not that reliable so lets take the derivative:

v = 1/2 * 1/√(s)


s = 1/4 * 1/(v^2)

I'm interested in Kepler, Gravity, and Dimensions. I have a website about dimensions. Let me know what you think. Uglysses (talk) 03:41, 18 March 2011 (UTC)