String theory is of interest to many physicists because of the mathematical consistency involved and because of the large number of forms that the theories can take. String theory strongly suggests that spacetime has eleven dimensions,[1] as opposed to the usual three space and one time, but the theory can easily describe universes with four observable spacetime dimensions as well.
Originally posted by Kruel
I like the Dr. Quantum vids, it makes people think... but I have a few problems with their logic.
If all subatomic particles are created by vibrating superstrings in the 10th dimension, then that would require the 10th dimension's existence for our 3 dimensional universe to exist. So does the universe just pop into existence with all 10 dimensions? Maybe from a 10th dimensional perspective it does.
Regarding multiple timelines: they can exist within 2 dimensions. No need for a whole bunch of dimensions to explain that. Fractals can be 2 dimensional for instance. Maybe they have a different definition of "dimension", but from my perspective it's a vector which is aligned differently from the other vectors. You could have many 3 dimensional bubbles for instance. But just because there's more than one doesn't make it a new dimension.
Just my 2c. Thanks for the vids.
Originally posted by theresult
its all a big load of tripe
Oh wow look we understand something that tells us is unpridiceblte by its nature
so how the # can you understand what you dont know?
lol ; ) kinda like a fortune teller..
Blink im gone!