Sunday, September 21, 2008

Top Ten Tenth Dimension Blogs - September Report

Click on any of the following to see previous versions of this list:
April 08 . May 08 . June 08 . July 08 . August 08

As of September 21st, 2008, here are the blogs that have seen the most visits in the last 30 days. Please note, for both of the following lists, the number in brackets is the position that blog held in the report for the previous month.

1. David Jay Brown and Psychedelics (new)
2. Twisted Dimensions (new)
3. Jake Kotze and Mystical Numbers (new)
4. Randomness and the Missing 96% (10)
5. John August and The Nines (new)
6. We're Already Dead (But That's Okay) (new)
7. Time in 3 Dimensions (new)
8. Tenth Dimension Polls Archive 16 to 20 (new)
9. Changing Your Genes - part 2 (9)
10. Unlikely Events and Timelessness (8)

And as of September 21st, 2008, here are the twenty-six Imagining the Tenth Dimension blog entries that have attracted the most visits of all time. Since there are some exciting new movers in the list this month, they are marked in bold.

1. Time is a Direction (1)
2. Tenth Dimension Polls Archive 1 to 10 (2)
3. Video Feedback (26)
4. The Google Suggestions Time Capsule Project (3)
5. The Flipbook Universe (4)
6. The Fifth Dimension is a Dangerous Idea (7)
7. Tenth Dimension TagCrowd (5)
8. Infinity and the Boltzmann Brains (6)
9. Daily Parrying (new)
10. The Omniverse (8)
11. Magnets and Souls (25)
12. Google, Memes and Randomness (9)
13. The Annotated Tenth Dimension Video (new)
14. Googling in the Tenth Dimension (10)
15. Hypercubes and Plato's Cave (11)
16. Wormholes (new)
17. Moving Dimensions and Synchromysticism (new)
18. 26 songs (12)
19. Flatlanders on a Line (14)
20. Visualizations (13)
21. Dark Energy, Linelanders, and the LHC (new)
22. Everyone Has a Story (18)
23. What Would a Flatlander Really See? (new)
24. Your Fifth-Dimensional Self (17)
25. Anime, Gaming and Cusps (19)
26. Changing Your Genes (new)

By the way, if you are new to this project, you might want to check out the Tenth Dimension FAQ, as it provides a road map to a lot of the discussions and different materials that have been created for this project. The Annotated Tenth Dimension Video provides another cornucopia of discussion topics to be connected to over at YouTube. And as always, here's a reminder that the Tenth Dimension Forum is a good place to converse with other people about these ideas.

Are you enjoying the journey?

Rob Bryanton

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