There are a few inventions and ideas that have really revolutionised society over the last few thousand years. Imagine a world without women’s rights, electricity, or fire. In 2014 all of these advancements were overshadowed by the discovery of the fourth dimension. Jay McInnis became the first human to infiltrate a parallel universe when he accidentally stumbled into a household mirror; he was only four years old at the time. Indigenous South Americans anticipated a world beyond the reflection; they gave the Spaniards gold bullion in return for the impersonating material. Their attempts to traverse the separating barrier, however, were made in vain. The Chibcha people tried to enter the mirror head on; their own image obstructed admission. Jay overcame the obstacle by sneaking up on his reflection; with the element of surprise the fourth dimension could be penetrated with ease. Beyond was an infinite area of space. All of the world’s problems were immediately solved. There was an unlimited supply of food, water, and shelter. Anything that had been realised in the original three dimensions was available in the fourth. The only challenge humanity now faced was that of reading back to front.