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The Three Dimensions Of A Magnificent Black Woman
The mind is the key to positive thinking. True beauty is defined by what's on the inside. Look for guidance from beyond yourself. Do not base your potential, self-esteem, or beauty on what others think of you.
Another World, Or The Fourth Dimension
"By the help of certain mathematical analogies, cleverly put, Dr. Schofield points out the impossibility of guessing the direction of Heaven and Hell, as "up above" or "down below." There is "another world," close to us, but necessarily invisible, and "the scriptural way of entering the Kingdom of God is the only way possible."
"Verily the doctrine of the existence of another world must be "in a parlous state" if it requires bolstering up by an appeal to the metageometrical vagaries of Lobatschewsky, Riemann & Co.; and yet it is pangeometry that Dr. Schofield invokes as a proof of the truth of Christianity! He quotes from that clever little skit "Flatland" with as much confidence as he might from Balfour Stewart's "Conservation of Energy," and as though the result of juggling with symbols of the pangeometers necessarily had some corresponding entity in the cosmos. How can he, or any other human being, assume the identity of an algebraic multiple with a spatial magnitude! We employ algebraic quantities of the first, second, and third degrees to denote geometrical magnitudes of one, two, and three dimensions respectively; and, therefore, say the fourth-dimension gentry (or must say if they consistently adhere to their own principles), there must be geometrical magnitudes of four, five, six and so on to n dimensions corresponding to algebraic quantities of the fourth, fifth, sixth, and nth degree! For this, put nakedly, is every atom of evidence that we possess for the existence of "the fourth dimension." Try again, Dr. Schofield." "
-Knowledge, Volume 11
Flatland : A Romance Of Many Dimensions
Classic of science (and mathematical) fiction — charmingly illustrated by author — describes the journeys of A. Square and his adventures in Spaceland (three dimensions), Lineland (one dimension) and Pointland (no dimensions). A. Square also entertains thoughts of visiting a land of four dimensions — a revolutionary idea for which he is banished from Spaceland.