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Yes CreativeEnergy, but as I have mentioned the space in which the dimensions take up change size respective to that dimension. I.e 3 dimensional space is expanding and higher dimensions are contracting at present.
Dimensions are the means by which two points in space are referenced to each other.
When space expands, I assume it expands in all directions at the same time.
The two points would independently expand[...]
[...]so the reference needed to relate one position to the other would include the normal x,y and z plus a degree of expansion. So to relate the position of one to another would require the normal x,y and z co ordinates plus a further three measures of expansion for each point, giving nine co ordinates.
Time defines the position in a journey where space is moving or expanding.