More Dimensions In A Sense!

In 1895, The Time Machine of HG Wells used time as an additional “dimension” in this sense, considering the four-dimensional model of classical physics and the interpretation of time as a dimension resembling the space in which humans can travel.

Wells also used the concept of parallel universes as a result of time as the fourth dimension in stories such as The Wonderful Visit and Men Like Gods, an idea suggested by the astronomer Simon Newcomb, who spoke about the time universes and parallels; “Add a fourth dimension to the room, and there is room for an infinite number of universes side by side, as for an unlimited number of leaves when we stack them together.”