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A CAT scan shows a series of 2-dimensional sections of a 3-dimensional body. If a 3-d organism such as us crosses a 2-d plane, 2-dimensional observers living on it would see only one of these sections at a time, as if it were a flat object changing in shape and size.

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current14:57, May 31, 2014Thumbnail for version as of 14:57, May 31, 2014800 × 570 (364 KB)Concavenator (wall | contribs)A CAT scan shows a series of 2-dimensional sections of a 3-dimensional body. If a 3-d organism such as us crosses a 2-d plane, 2-dimensional observers living on it would see only one of these sections at a time, as if it were a flat object changing in ...

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