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Originally posted by Slavich
Yes and no. Black holes crush matter so tiny that it becomes dimensionless. The best way to look at it is from a photon's perspective.
When a photon is not moving it vanishes. ....Anyways so imagine being a photon that isn't moving. Where does it go? Why is it that no matter where you look at something realtively that the speed of light remains constant? IF two objects were to go in opposite directions at the speed of light. From their perspective, the speed of light will still remain constant. Why is that?
At present, the scientific consensus is that there are at least 11 dimensions, although some have suggested even 27 dimensions.
Originally posted by KilrathiLG
reply to post by BBalazs
www.cracked.com... seems that yes ocasionaly they do break and science is not quite sure why interesting therory by the op i might even try to incorporate it into a scifi book i been working on for years s&F