It mentioned that the 11th dimension is time. Or did the 11 dimension math not include time?FoxyKaye said:So, time travel, the tesseract, dimensional jumping, and alternate universes all rolled into one handy explaination. Cool.
However, some math-types are proposing that quantum strings will require 11 dimensional math to understand, so on this model, where will they go?
As a physicist, I got to the eighth dimension before I started to feel like this was too much BS. String theory (if you believe in it) does seem to be suggesting that there are eleven spatial dimensions. That is to say, we perceive that there are three spatial dimensions and one time dimension. The latest variants of string theory assert that there are ten spatial dimensions and one time dimension (however, this number is somewhat in flux, as it has gone from 6s+1t to 25s+1t). While there is room to argue that one or more of the additional dimensions would contain probabilistic variations on our universe, string theory certainly does not assert such a thing.SamIchi said:Damn it stopped at 6. I wanna see the rest...
Just watched the rest. That's mind boggling. Is there any validity to that? Science people?
Haven't had a chance to watch that interview yet. It might be pointed out, though, that that interview is over 15 years old...SamIchi said:Thanks Snowy River... What about Itzhak Bentov and his stuff? it's really interesting.
I didn't watch the whole thing it's like 2 hrs. But the first 20 mins I thought were intersting. It's more about evolution.Snowy_River said:Haven't had a chance to watch that interview yet. It might be pointed out, though, that that interview is over 15 years old...
In any event, I'll let you know when I've looked at it.
But Zero isnt a dimension, it just explains the concept of the point.After G said:It mentioned that the 11th dimension is time. Or did the 11 dimension math not include time?
Also, 0-10 is 11 numbers. 11 numbers for 11 dimensions
Ahh, my head is starting to hurt.