I had a bit of a moment today, while staring into space instead of watching a video. There was a mop outside the classroom, leaning against a wall, with a sparkling-clean floor beneath it. So clean, the mop's reflection could be seen in the floor. I believe the floor is a bit of a two-dimensional object. So there it was, a perfect inverted drawing of the mop! Isn't every reflection two dimensions anyway? Therefore, if you need any proof that dimensions can easily be viewed in one form or another, simply look into the mirror. Your three dimensional world--boom! Two dimensional, right in front of your face. Don't believe me? Put your hand up to the mirror. Just try and get three dimensions out of it. You can't! But you can run your arms through your environment (most of the time), thereby proving to yourself that you live in three dimensions consisting of side to side and DEPTH, the space above and below you, all around you. Does what I'm saying make sense? Am I merely stating the obvious? That our three dimensions can easily become two, and all the proof you need can be found in a mirror? What if you traced what you saw in the mirror?
Anyway, I suppose that's about all I had to write. Oh, and I made a website for a class. Visit it if you get a chance.
Listening to: Yeah Yeah Yeahs--Y Control