1. dmitry_runables says:

here is a CAKE..

look at it carefully … is it beautiful? .. rate the beauty of the cake from 0 to 100 …

OK, you said 78 .. this is the evaluation of a cake in terms of its beauty ..

try the cake .. is it delicious? .. rate the taste of the cake from -100 to 500 ..

OK, you said 250 .. this is an assessment of the cake in terms of its taste ..

buy a cake .. how much are you willing to pay for it?

good.. 120 rubles – your price .. this is an estimate of the cost of the cake ..

put a thermometer in the cake ..

let's see how many likes a cake photo gets on Instagram ..

let's divide the cake into pieces and see how many people it will last ..

let's weigh the cake ..

we'll have a running competition with a cake ..

continue? .. have mercy .. a person tends to analyze (dissect what is known into qualities, categories, properties, etc.), and this means that a person can think in a HUGE number of dimensions.. in the measurement of value, color, physical characteristics, laws of physics, social significance, imaginary events, in categories of choice….. etc ….

within one dimension (for example, prices, costs), a person can consider one set of items .. and in another dimension , a different set .. then combine both sets and sort out all the objects of thought in the third dimension, and so on almost indefinitely.

2. xxx_whoo says:

A person can think only in the coordinates in which he lives, in which our world exists. Physicists and mathematicians have come up with a lot of hypotheses and theories on this topic, but in my opinion, they are out of fear and lack of understanding of our own world. Just look, in front of everyone's eyes – the pillars of our physics, the cornerstones – In Einstein's theory, the interaction of space and gravity considers space as a two – dimensional object, which gravity affects from the three-dimensional world-from the outside. I understand that it is difficult to draw a deflection of three-dimensional space on a piece of paper. And imagine? “Wormholes” and “wormholes” also depict space as two-dimensional. And for the same reason. We can't portray it. And imagine ? Einstein (where can you get away from him!) he admitted that he could not imagine the world of four spatial dimensions. But when describing quantum problems, mathematicians famously use the parameters of ten dimensions. What should I call it? And so that no one can imagine this at all, and you can express anything with mathematics, from mats to singularities, you still can't check it. If only by mathematics itself. A person can only imagine a world that is more simply organized. What is happening above is to Callabi-Yau.

3. magomed_mirzayev says:

Due to the fact that thought, in its “pure” form and in itself, being a part of the material world, but immaterial in principle, a person can think only in one dimension, in time.

The fact that our physical body can function only in a material, three-dimensional space, and time is a necessary condition for this functioning, although it is not something material, suggests to me that our thoughts and mysterious time are a similar phenomenon.

Which of them is more fundamental and primary, which depends on what more, it is difficult for me to say.