When Is A Pyramid Not A Pyramid?

Fil Albuquerque
Reply Mon 25 Oct, 2010 06:45 pm
@mark noble,
Hi Mark ! long time indeed... Wink

It is true that a 2 dimensional representation of a Pyramid contains a 2 dimensional pyramid in which the 3 dimension is illusory...nevertheless is a perceptual Pyramid in the representation, what is there after all...
I am not even sure on what dimensions are "true" dimensions instead of programmed coordinates of space in a computational string...for all that I know the Universe might well be made of binary code...
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