Presentation on theme: "Hyperactivity by doc “Hyperactive”. “How can there be more dimensions than ____?” A student asked quizzically. I responded quite frankly (as he stared."— Presentation transcript:
“How can there be more dimensions than ____?” A student asked quizzically. I responded quite frankly (as he stared at me _____), “Let’s start with an ______!” Now, if I draw a cube, unless you’re a _____, You’d admit that it looks three-dimensional. Though the fact is it’s flat, it appears to be ____, For experience has made this __________. A perfect cube itself, like a fairy tale ____, Lives only within abstract thought. So, you see what “exists,” simply _____ Of ideas our imagination has _____. 3 blankly analogy rube fat conventional elf consists caught
The student look frightened, but then his eyes ________, “I think that I see the connection!” “All of geometry, two, three, or four ____ Is an illusion upon close __________.” This insightful youth, had discovered the _____ That by ignoring “reality,” He could freely explore, new worlds _____, By thinking _____________. brightened D inspection truth galore “analogically”
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