IMAGINING THE TENTH DIMENSION ROB BRYANTON PDF

Imagining the Tenth Dimension has ratings and 18 reviews. author Rob Bryanton starts with the lower dimensions that we are all familiar with, then uses. Jeff: Rob Bryanton, the author of Imagining the Tenth Dimension is. Modern theories tell us that there are ten spatial, or “space-like” dimensions to our reality. My name is Rob Bryanton. With this project, I have.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Imagining the Tenth Dimension: Reality, today’s physicists tell us, is created by the vibrations of exquisitely tiny superstrings in ten spatial dimensions.

Most of us have barely gotten used to the idea that there are four. Using simple geometry and an easygoing writing style, author Rob Bryanton starts with the lower dimensions that we are all familiar with, then uses those concepts to Reality, today’s physicists tell us, is created by the vibrations of exquisitely tiny superstrings in ten spatial dimensions.

Using simple geometry and an easygoing writing style, author Rob Bryanton starts with the lower dimensions that we are all familiar with, then uses those concepts to build one layer upon another, ultimately arriving at a way of imagining the tenth dimension.

Part scientific exploration, part philosophy, this unique book touches upon such diverse topics as dark matter, Feynman’s “sum over paths,” the quantum observer, and the soul. It is aimed at anyone interested in leading-edge theories about cosmology and the nature of reality, but it is not about mainstream physics. Rather, Imagining the Tenth Dimension is a mind-expanding exercise that could change the way you view this incredible universe in which we live.

Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Imagining the Tenth Dimensionplease sign up. Never really got how 3 infinities would make for the 8th dimension. Aren’t all three of them supposed to be on the same 7th dimension line? See 1 question about Imagining the Tenth Dimension…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Mar 06, Heini rated it it was ok. A bunch of nonsense. Don’t get me wrong, it was a quite enjoyable and easily read bunch of nonsense and the author is completely honest about it just being his speculetions.

However, it is nonsense nonetheless. Jan 05, Voss Foster rated it it was amazing Shelves: Maybe I only like this bok because I like quantum physics and quantum mechanics. But I doubt it.

This is for everyone. All of the science is presented in a user-friendly fashion, unpretentious and humorous. You’re expanding your mind. Even dimenzion his theory turns out to be proven wrong, you’ve entered into a mental exercise of sorts, and you’ll come away thinking.

While I do try to avoid putting textbooks and their ilk on here, ‘Imaginging the Dimenxion Dimension’ is much more than Maybe I only like this bok because I like quantum physics and quantum mechanics. While I do try to avoid putting textbooks and their ilk on here, ‘Imaginging the Tenth Dimension’ is much more than a text book.

It’s a form of entertainment where you happen to learn a little something about theoretical physics. And who would mind that? Feb 22, Garrett rated it really liked it.

I got this book because the story I am writing has some inter-dimensional elements in it and I wanted to get a little more science behind what I was writing. I was hoping for science that I could understand, but this is more a new-age, popular take on the science related to M theory string theory. Still, it was interesting to get this take on it and there are things that were very useful for me and for what I want to do.

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The explanations were pretty clear and the idea seems to hold together fa I got this book because the story I am writing has some inter-dimensional elements in it and I wanted to get a little more science behind what I was writing.

The explanations were pretty clear and the idea seems to hold together fairly well. Dec 30, Robin rated it liked it. Food for thought, on a purely philosophical level, as most of it lacks basis in science.

I haven’t studied physics since elementary school, but even I thought it felt as if he veered way off sometimes although the author does admit at the beginning that he’s not a physicist and that the books is indeed speculative and philosophical in nature.

If you take the book for what it is, and not as a scientific explanation of dimensions, it’s interesting, but not amazing. Jun 20, Erica Martin rated it it was ok. The book basically reads like a long form of the strange stuff your weird friend in college said that time he was really high. Jul 03, Mark Thompson rated it it was amazing.

Imagining the Tenth Dimension

Dimensino was on a committee formed to figure out how to implement a new law at state level. I began to think of each of us as shifting, independent spheres of information and involvement. There was no big sphere, no universal guiding concept, philosophy and expected result, to contain us; to move bryantpn in the same direction.

I imavining to see that no one, at any one point saw anything the same way as another. I imagined each perception as a line of slight, taken from different points, through this mass of spheres, which would allow a person to see many different things in many ways, without adding to, or taking away from the mass of information. I could perform this deconstruction as, per his concept, everything could be contained within ten dimensions of measure.

Imagining the Tenth Dimension

It was to me, an indexing or filing system. I could place the individuals, and their perceptions, along with the groupings of individuals, at various dimensional levels. To expect that the filing system will animate a bad idea, or a good ideas take equal footing in this system, is not accurate. To expect it is a theory of everything is wrong. The information can be arranged, understood relative to the structure, but the structure is not the information.

Expecting the structure is the information, is seeing the medium as the message. Inflexible data management systems force the information into the medium. My background is in data analytics. Mar 01, Xan rated it really liked it. The reason I picked this book up was not only my ongoing personal fascination with quantum physics, but also because I am directing A Wrinkle in Time byranton 5th graders at the moment. Well worth reading in my recommendation.

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Madeleine L’Engle, recently deceased author of Wrinkle, used a string in her story in to explain what a “tesseract” was – it being the word she created for Einstein’s theory of time travel, a word borrowed from geometry – anyway, she would hold the string in the air and t The reason I picked this book up was not only my ongoing personal fascination with quantum physics, but also because I am directing A Wrinkle in Time with 5th graders at the moment.

Madeleine L’Engle, recently deceased author of Wrinkle, used a string in her story in to explain what a “tesseract” was – it being the word she created for Einstein’s theory of time travel, a word borrowed from geometry – anyway, she would hold the string in the air and then bend the ends together to demonstrate how time could be bent to create shortcuts in time – hence, time travel.

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What is curious is that today, quantum physics uses the term “string theory” as one of the end theories in quantum physics. I love connecting the dots between fiction and emerging scientific theory. Jun 22, Steve rated it it was amazing. Rob Bryanton’s vision of how the omniverse works, as presented by this text, can get the brain stimulated in such a brief amount of pages. With his limited understanding of how the various theories rampant in theoretical physics, it still comes across as a fascinating way of trying to imagine higher dimensions and seems like a great point to start off from for those who don’t know either.

There are some philosophical elements also tied in, such as the discussion on free will, but those are dimensjon Rob Bryanton’s vision of how the omniverse works, as presented by this text, can get the brain stimulated in such a brief amount of pages. There are some philosophical elements also tied in, such as the discussion on free will, but those are kept even shorter than the explanation rkb his tenth dimension imagination.

Mar 07, Mil added it. Tentth Bryanton the author was actually a musician, and has never touched a scientific article, let alone stood near the mathematics required to grasp them. All his “knowledge” comes from science fiction which he uses as genuine “references”popular science books Greene, Kaku and Randall and Scientific American. I would be selecting this strictly as an entertainer happy to revise my review after reading it.

Mar 25, KRatliff Ratliff rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone intrested in trying to understand the universe.

Imagining the Tenth Dimension has taken many very difficult concepts and explained them in such a way that it is very understandable. This book is not one you can pick up and read through, its one you want to read slowly, and re-read things, understan Imagining the Tenth Dimension has taken many very difficult concepts and explained them in such a way that iimagining is very understandable.

This dimendion is not one you can pick up and read through, its one you want to read slowly, and re-read things, understand and analyze the text. This book to me was one that I used to challenge my mind and the extents of my understanding of the universe vs. May 15, Alex rated it it was ok Shelves: Didn’t like this book nearly as much as I thought I would. I saw his Youtube video a while back and i,agining fascinated me so I tried the book.

Took me a while to find it and I wasn’t even able to read the whole thing. Ended up skimming the majority of it cuz it was so dull and poorly imaginning. I enjoyed the opening, which was basically the video in text form, but other than that it wasn’t very good. I’d recommend a Michio Kaku book over this one any day if you’re interested in higher dimensions. Aug 01, Hellread rated it did not like it.

Was hooked by the first promo chapter. The rest of the book is author’s pseudo-science speculations and imaginations. If I judge it as a serious book, it’s tje. If I judge it as sci-fi, then it has no plot, no world, no characters, no events.

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