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Old January 2 2013, 07:11 AM   #91
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Re: Should Neelix/Kes have stayed together?

Well the three dimensional terms comment was a take on "you think so two dimensionally."

The forth dimension in many sci-fi settings is time after all.
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Old January 2 2013, 07:14 AM   #92
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Re: Should Neelix/Kes have stayed together?

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Well the three dimensional terms comment was a take on "you think so two dimensionally."

The forth dimension in many sci-fi settings is time after all.
Is it?
I wasn't aware of that.
Can you explain it further?
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Old January 2 2013, 07:15 AM   #93
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Re: Should Neelix/Kes have stayed together?

Back to the future has us believe that thinking fourth dimensionally is about anticipating how the future will impact on your current planning, that unbuilt bridges will be built by the time you timetravel over them, or it's like how Fry in Futurama was taught that time with Space Invaders that you shoot where the space invaders are going to be, and not where they're at already right now.

Then if you think back to Wrath of Khan, they took him out easy because he was only thinking two dimensionally
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Old January 2 2013, 07:20 AM   #94
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Re: Should Neelix/Kes have stayed together?

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Well the three dimensional terms comment was a take on "you think so two dimensionally."

The forth dimension in many sci-fi settings is time after all.
Is it?
I wasn't aware of that.
Can you explain it further?
Dimension uno = length.

Dimension two = width.

Dimension 3 = height.

Dimension IV = Time

Dimension 6 = The ability to recognize a sarcastic question.
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