Saturday, September 16, 2006

A dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind...

There are things I shouldn't think about early in the morning. Late at night, just about anything goes. But in the morning, I find that I have to be careful not to overload the circuits.

I presume this is why having an early morning math class didn't pan out much for me.

Math in general is not one of my strong suits, so I was pleased to discover that I was able to keep up with Imagining the Tenth Dimension.

I want to learn more about tesseracts, but my brain refuses to cooperate. It's frustrating to want to learn about something that is just beyond your reach. I can almost wrap my head around it, but I'm just missing that "a-ha!" moment.

Maybe if there was a model made of Lego...

(via WFMU's Beware of the Blog)

1 comment:

  1. Ah, string theory!

    I've got a Nova program Tivo'd about this and started to watch 'What the Bleep' but didn't have the focus to follow along (so that's saved too for future watching).

    I think I have a magazine article stashed away somewhere on this as well.

    Maybe it's not my focus is weak, but I'm never going to get an aha moment ;). Who knows, but I'll try. Its fascinating stuff.