The Elegant Universe

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  1. Bad^Hat

    Bad^Hat The Freeman

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    I followed the 10 dimensions flash more-or-less, but I didn't really understand the concept of folding dimensions and how the 2-dimensional being could pop from one point to another.
     
  2. clarky003

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    Well if you imagine us as the flatlanders which is essentially the same idea in the 3 dimensional universe. So then if the upper dimension fluctuates and intersects at a point, for arguements sake from whatever influences we can't comprehend.

    Then in our world you would see the 3D counterpart of the 4th dimensional entity at whatever point along the time line it intersects with the present.

    If you refer to the 3D balloon going through the the flatlanders world it does theoretically make sense.
     
  3. bbson john

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    But they do the calculate before the observation of the acceleration of the expansion.
     
  4. lePobz

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    willho = dalamari, and i'm no chav.
     
  5. Solaris

    Solaris Party Escort Bot

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    That flash is bull.
     
  6. Solaris

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    Haha, just noticed even clarky thought it was real :D

    Science award goes to... ME

    10 SPACIAL DIMENSIONS, and then TIME = 11.

    That flash is bollocks, anyone with any understanding of string theory, or even older theorys understands thats not what the other 8 dimensions are.
     
  7. Sai

    Sai Newbie

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    I hate everything about the string theory.

    Not that it's a bad theory, I've just watched that Ryan Greene Video 5 times in two different class rooms(two teachers showed it and three subs needed a video to keep us occupied), and it's soo annoying now :frown:
     

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