The existence of "meat space" implies the existence of "vegetable space," "dairy space" and "bread space"
@bgcarlisle sounds like an episode of adventure time
@bgcarlisle find me in fruit space
@bgcarlisle "Fish space" refers to the border of our dimension with our anti-dimension along what laypeople call "beaches."
This started with an event scholars now call "the conjunction of the spheres," when Fish space and Meat space first collided. Aftershocks of this event can still be found when one views the border of Meat and Fish space and sees "waves" crashing violently from Fish space towards Meat space.
@bgcarlisle I was literally born in seafood space
soup space, cake space, pudding space, deep fried space, hot pot space, dumpling space...
@bgcarlisle By extension, does there also exist a space pyramid?
And, generalizing further, other convex space polyhedra?
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