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Posted by Bud Bock on July 17, 2003 17:40:47 UTC

>, I am not sure if it happens by way of symmetry breaking<

Can you explain for me what symmetry breaking is? i thought dimensions moving away from one another was symmetry breaking, if you base your models on strings. As in, 6d gravity curling up into planck "nothingness" and the remainder of dimensions (that "stayed" here) are what we perceive as 4d spacetime.

is this correct?

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