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  • odingaming

    Science articles are gaining increasingly clickbaity titles.

    "Representing" a fourth spatial dimension isn't new concept in science or maths. Lots of problems are better represented in alternate coordinate systems, types of space, or different "dimensions", where a "dimension" has a technical definition outside of one's physical experience of spatial and temporal "dimensions".

    It was hard to tell from the article if the studies concerned had something more interesting than that to say or if it really did just boil down to another mathematical technique for solving this particular problem.

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