I think when you eliminate the time dimension, it steals a degree of freedom from the studied thing for the studier, reducing the studied thing into a geometric object not so different in however many dimensions it may find itself.

I think when you eliminate the time dimension, it steals a degree of freedom from the studied thing for the studier, reducing the studied thing into a geometric object not so different in however many dimensions it may find itself.
 
But the studier gets to keep the time dimension in order to be able to learn and study and understand but the studied thing is frozen into a higher dimensional but solely geometric object that lacks the same opportunity for change.

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