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    I don't like such visualisation, they confuse me more than they help often :/ Still I appreciate the effort the responsible person gave into it I guess.

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    I decided to give it a try, too..

    with my limited MBTI knowledge..

    here if someone's interested..
    its my " flower model"
    i'm still learning... tho

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    I was of the impression that after R3 they simply began using x1, x2, x3 and so on for the dimensions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manis View Post
    z is depth :P. According to the mighty wikipedia, w is used for the 4th dimensional axis and length measured along that axis is apparently called 'spissitude' (my new favourite word ).

    Fourth dimension - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    oh lol you're right, i meant the 4th one

    spissitude?



    i've gotta incorporate that one into conversation soon.

    i like the ana (up towards) and kata (down from) distinctions.

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