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  • The main reason why I disagree with your points is that 2 dimension is length x width. 3 dimensional is length x width x height. It is simply geometry. If we remove height from length x width, it will be 2D. This is simply a contradiction here. If you want to argue otherwise, then be my guest. Just know it is really that simple if a verse excluded time and space is explicitly been mentioned without time.

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  • We'd all appreciate your input on the topic of blitzing here.

    http://vsbattles.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:654386

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  • Could u do me a solid and evaluate the 3 calcs I posted in the OP for this thread?

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  • I recall a while ago that you proposed to VBW about taking into account multiple temporal dimensions when it comes to the tier system or when it comes to quantifying the powers of characters and their verses. So here are a few questions I have about this:

    1. How would multiple temporal dimensions function? Multiple spatial dimensions seems to be rather clear to me since it's just applying another degree of infinity (i.e. adding a dimension) to the previous layer and declaring that the higher one. 3D has one more dimensional value of space than 2D and so on.

    2. Are there any fictions that have more than one temporal dimension, and if so, how are those multiple temporal dimensions portrayed as? Very fictional or more close to how scientists in real life have conceptualized about it?

    3. Is the outcome between a high-spatial dimensional entity and a high-temporal dimensional entitity one that is inconclusive or is it more complex than just that?

    Thanks in advance.

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    • The Living Tribunal1 wrote:
      Jakob C. Brown wrote:
      So a being that has more than one time dimension has more to do with speed than durability or attack potency? I mean, if you exist in two time dimensions wouldn't that mean you can still survive in the second time dimension despite being killed in the first time dimension?

      I'm trying my best to understand the presence and effect multiple temporal dimensions would have on reality by reading several articles and watching videos, but nothing has yet given me a clear explanation how multiple time dimensions could be comprehended or portrayed as.

      Its got everything to do with speed. 

      as for 2 time dimensions read this  

      Which I have, but it doesn't give me a clear-cut explanation how two time dimensions would affect a person or reality differently from just having one time dimension. These two links have given me a (hopefully) more proper understanding about multiple time dimensions -- apparently when more than one time dimension is present, causality is essentially thrown out of the window. Sooo wouldn't that entail some hax-tier durability since they are not grounded by one single time dimension or they can easily switch from one frame of time to the other?

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    • Jakob C. Brown wrote:
      The Living Tribunal1 wrote:
      Jakob C. Brown wrote:
      So a being that has more than one time dimension has more to do with speed than durability or attack potency? I mean, if you exist in two time dimensions wouldn't that mean you can still survive in the second time dimension despite being killed in the first time dimension?

      I'm trying my best to understand the presence and effect multiple temporal dimensions would have on reality by reading several articles and watching videos, but nothing has yet given me a clear explanation how multiple time dimensions could be comprehended or portrayed as.

      Its got everything to do with speed. 

      as for 2 time dimensions read this  

      Which I have, but it doesn't give me a clear-cut explanation how two time dimensions would affect a person or reality differently from just having one time dimension. These two links have given me a (hopefully) more proper understanding about multiple time dimensions -- apparently when more than one time dimension is present, causality is essentially thrown out of the window. Sooo wouldn't that entail some hax-tier durability since they are not grounded by one single time dimension or they can easily switch from one frame of time to the other?

      well, yeah, with an extra dimension of time, causality would obviously also be affected, its not so much about durability as it is about being able to observe and avoid events in one-dimensional time and being able to pull out of a 1-dimensional time series of events to recover or something, while at the same time no time would pass in the linear series of events. Its like looking at things on a plane, a being could just go out of a line of events into the section of the plane that is not a part of the line and avoid a lot of causal attacks or even causal hax of lower temporal dimensionals, but if it doesnt do that and doesnt avoid attacks, it would be killed, but that would only be in the cases of PIS. Thats why a 1-spatial dimensional being with 2 time dimensions could make a fight with even a universe buster remain inconclusive even though it can be destroyed even by a 10-C level being if it doesnt avoid the attacks. Of course this can be countered by time hax that equalizes speeds. Overall, this advantage wont earn a lower dimensional being a victory over higher dimensional beings who have less time dimensions, but could instead help them keep the match inconclusive (unless the range of a certain attack of the higher dimensional being is boundless spatially, in that case, the lower dimensional being has nowhere to hide spatially). And if both fighters have same number of spatial dimensions and similar AP tiers, then the being with the higher number of temporal dimensions would always win unless PIS is brough into play 

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  • Hey, TLT1 I was wondering if I could could your opinion on this thread: http://vsbattles.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:586365

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  • Kavpeny wishes to speak with you about your upcoming suggested revision project. I would appreciate if you can send him a message via fanfiction.net.

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  • Currently reading about it from this article right now, although it seems that the more electrons said atom has, the higher the ionization energy is for that material. 

    I wonder if there is a temperature requirement to turn gas into plasma for various substances in general? For example, water/iron would undergo ionization at what temperature?

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    • depends on the conditions and the substances 

      but it should be in  a predictble range 

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    • Standard conditions I guess? Room temperature of 20 degrees Celsius and 1 ATM.

      For example, if 1 kilogram of iron, or water was to be ionized, would there be a temperature requirement for that substance to go through ionization?

      Would there also be a latent heat value for the ionization of iron/water?

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    • well you can find the energy needed to ionize all of it, then use theat energy to find the average KE of the particles, and from there you can find the overall temperature for the requirement

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  • This thread probably needs you to respond to whenever you get the chance.

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