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In a message dated 95-10-03 21:06:12 EDT, pwillis@ozemail.com.au (Paul
Willis) writes:

>. Evolutionary history has given us an amazingly complex
>four dimentional tree with millions of branches, twigs and leaves. Such a
>concept is extremely difficult, if not impossible, for humans visualise or
>perhaps even to comprehend.

Fortunately, it is only a one-dimensional manifold imbedded in four-space.
Consequently, it can be mapped into two-space (the plane) and thereby be
made visualizable and comprehensible.