Dimensional ontology laws

different three dimensional objects can have similar projections

Recently I came across two dimensional ontology laws, which I'd like to share with you.

The first law says that one thing, projected in various dimensions that are lower than his own, has projections that contradict in their figural type [1].

The second law states that different things, projected in the same dimension that is lower than their own, have projections that are ambiguous [2].

We often look at projections of things, therefore we can't be sure what is behind them. Seemingly similar things can be completely different. For example, we can implement a website functionality in different ways. People that use the interface see one and the same thing, but behind the scenes developers solved the problem in different ways.

Nothing is as it looks and these two laws visualize that well. As Confucius says: "In the abyss lives the truth".