Interdimensionality

@article{Svozil2021Interdimensionality,
  title={Interdimensionality},
  author={Karl Svozil},
  journal={Axioms},
  year={2021},
  volume={10},
  pages={300}
}
  • K. Svozil
  • Published 19 October 2021
  • Philosophy
  • Axioms
In this speculative analysis, interdimensionality is introduced as the (co)existence of universes embedded into larger ones. These interdimensional universes may be isolated or intertwined, suggesting a variety of interdimensional intrinsic phenomena that can only be understood in terms of the outer, extrinsic reality. 

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