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The Fourth DimensionIn case I've given anyone the wrong idea, here I'd like to point out that there is no fourth dimension as such. The maze world has four dimensions, but there's no one dimension that's different than the others—the world isn't just a threedimensional world with an extra dimension tacked on.In fact, if the world weren't so geometrical, there wouldn't even be a preferred set of orthogonal directions! Don't be fooled by the fact that in the guided tour, when I compared the three and fourdimensional worlds, it was always the in and out directions that didn't match up. The directions are all interchangeable. If you turn inward, for example, what was inward becomes forward, and what was forward becomes outward.
