posted on Nov 01, 2010, 10 pm

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psudonym, Nov 01, 2010, 10 pm

If a duck were to write a 50,000 page novel, what would it write?

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Jazeki, Nov 01, 2010, 10 pm

It would write a novel called What Kind of Acronym Is NaNoWriMo?

catqueen13, Nov 01, 2010, 10 pm

Time is the fourth dimension, I believe. And I think if a duck were to write a novel, it'd be filled with questions! :3

Kellysterhabit, Nov 01, 2010, 10 pm

50,000 pages?! DX Oh dear lord, that would be way too many questions for my LIFETIME

psudonym, Nov 01, 2010, 10 pm


Pffft, good catch. I'll leave the error to stand as a testament of my mistake.

MrDapper, Nov 01, 2010, 10 pm

Love the mass :|

KyledKat, Nov 01, 2010, 10 pm

Actually, I just saw a video on this.
Time isn't a dimension, it's a direction, the opposite of anti-time.
Or it was a direction in the 4th dimension if we treat it as two points...
It's on youtube. :)

ZivXanthus, Nov 01, 2010, 11 pm

I'm tired and this page made me smile. They're so photogenic :)

robybang, Nov 01, 2010, 11 pm

A book of Socratic dialogues where the main character asks a lot of questions to another character. The questions seem irrelevant at first, but slowly bring about some sort of important realization about the meaning of life.

CactusJuicy, Nov 02, 2010, 03 am

Actually the 4th dimension is a tesseract (dunno spelling)

xoxoLUCY, Nov 02, 2010, 07 am

it would write quack

Hexaditidom, Nov 02, 2010, 01 pm

10,000 questions.

Reigan, Nov 02, 2010, 02 pm

50 000 words?!?!?! Please don't tell me that's for NaNoWriMo... I'm doing that and I'm dying already after one day...

Jedigal16, Nov 03, 2010, 08 pm


Mass Deadpan faces. XD The power of the Question duck!

FirstOrLast, Nov 03, 2010, 09 pm

Oh my freaking duck, I have that phone! D:

psudonym, Nov 04, 2010, 10 pm


It's a nice phone, isn't it?

NeoKitai, Nov 06, 2010, 04 pm

Time, as far as I know, is one-dimensional (meaning that it's a "line segment", so to speak), and with the 3 dimensions that we have (X (horizontal), Y (vertical), and Z (depth), the universe is made in a 4-dimensions. Humans can only see the 3 dimensions that is space, but there may be another species that can see and fully comprehend all 4 dimensions.

It's complicated, though, but Question Duck is right. It IS a dimension.

Giras the Ebil, Nov 09, 2010, 10 pm


Thrudd, Feb 09, 2011, 11 am

Just to clarify that even though time is a dimension there are not just 4 dimensions. The lasy best guess was the number 12, based on particle physics. But as with all theories this number may be changed once again when more data sheds light on parts of the universe that are as yet unseen.

Sebastian (Guest), Apr 24, 2011, 11 pm

Time is the 4th dimension. The 4th *spacial dimension* is different. To travel along the 4th dimension is to travel in time along a 2D line.

Tralfalmadorians see in four dimensions.

Ishtar (Guest), Jun 30, 2014, 05 pm

There are physicists who believe it isn't.

Time has no reason to flow the way we percieve it to, and two unrelated objects have no reference of time in relation to each other.

Cause must always precede effect, but if two objects do not interact, there is no direct way to reference time merely by that as you can the other dimensions we can measure.

A physicist (I forget his name) posited that since all electrons are identical and immutable, there really is only one electron in the universe, it just travels across time in ways we cannot percieve

EmojiDragon77, Aug 13, 2015, 03 pm


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