Earth is warming (climate change), shaking (earthquakes), leaking (volcanoes), swirling (tornadoes, hurricanes), flooding, landsliding (plate tectonics, soil sliding), all at the same time. Trying to understand climate change disconnected from other natural phenomena is doomed to failure.
While physically embedded in the universe, these spaces are at the same time external to the space of the universe. This concept may be puzzling at first glance, but elementary particles are a ubiquitous and ideal example of such orthogonal spaces.
In 1908, Hermann Minkowski introduced the concept that space and time are fused in what he called the space-time continuum, and built a 2D space-time diagram. Yet, his diagram provides just a partial view of the 3D Multispace Diagram.