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The Two Time Dimensions Are The Key

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Posted by Rowanda on November 18, 2005 13:14:53 UTC


I'm not at all sure why this has never been pointed out in the literature. But the key to your whole cosmology is the fact that in closed string 26-d bsosnic theory there is two timelike dimensions means necessarily, I am thinking, that there must be two 4-d spacetimes.

I know that Tony Smith realizes that two 4-d spacetimes are necessary, but he attributes the 2nd spacetime to internal or microscopic symmetry; and in addition he uses a 4-d compactification four times for his cosmology.

Yours makes so much more sense, to use the 6-d compactification three times and get three worlds and two spacetimes

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