gehtfuct said:I've seen that show,it's pretty cool. If infuct it is proven it's possible to understand our physics history in a whole new way.
I don't remember the exact story,but the theory of it all is pretty mindblowing.
It's something on the lines of things millions of times smaller than atoms.
tbsrk said:if you really want to think about it.. theres really a limitless number of dimensions. To a 2-dimensional object (length and width, no height), something that has 3 dimensions that enters the 2 dimensional world would appear as an everchanging diameter of a circle. the 2 dimensional creature cannot fathom 3 dimensions, it knows nothing that it can compare the 3rd dimension to. Likewise, we have trouble viewing objects in 4 dimensions. But to a 4 dimensional creature, that is the world it lives in. and so forth. pretty trippy. I'm kinda drunk too.
ferengi74656 said:We exist in three dimensions - length, width, and height - all of which we can manipulate in most cases. We can observe the effects of the fourth dimension - time - but cannot manipulate it. Anything beyond that is ether non-existant, or is completely incomprehensible by anyone.
dustinzgirl said:It is very cool, Im so thankfull that I dont have any more physics or chem classes to take!
If I remember correctly, they are just getting around to proving that the string theory is mathematically possible?
I dont think there are infinite dimensions though, everything has a beggining and an end, even if we are to dumb to figure it out.
This was the year for string theory! Deadly anomalies that threatened to make the theory senseless were discovered to cancel each other when the underlying symmetries in the theory belong two special groups. Finally string theory is accepted by the mainstream physics community as an actual candidate theory uniting quantum mechanics, particle physics and gravity.
Broken said:Thanks BWM I fixed the link!
brainwashmonkey said:Yeah, I coulda just copied and pasted, but.... I'm lazy... all my energy is in another dimension.
*Edit* BTW, I visited that site, read a couple of threads, and got a brain hemmorhage.
Almost. You left out a zero.Rage against said:The fraction of what we know of the universe is something like ((((((10^-10)^10)^1000000000000000000000000000000)^10000000000000000000)^repeat 100000000000000000000000times)^100000000000000000000000) in street words, we don't know shit
did that make any sense?
Rage against said:The fraction of what we know of the universe is something like ((((((10^-10)^10)^1000000000000000000000000000000)^10000000000000000000)^repeat 100000000000000000000000times)^100000000000000000000000) in street words, we don't know shit
did that make any sense?