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Posted by Mike Pearson on December 28, 2001 03:50:07 UTC

So my guess is that the 26-d unified field ( which is not super symmetric) must transform into roughly 10-d in order to make matter. This can happen via compactification of the extra 16 dimensions. In the Big Bang, the resulting 10-d universe undergoes further compactification of 6 dimensions during inflation generating our 4-d space-time. According to Vafa, 3-d space comes from the opening up of closed strings. So space comes from strings.

Yabbadabbadu is talking way over our heads.

I had books to quote from to answer these questions but the questioner seemed phony
with the simplistic answer to all questions being
"density of matter."

I assume that there are as many errors in
Yabbadabbadu's post above as there were
in the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem before the last year of work was made necessary by peers rooting out those errors. But Yabbadabbadu does not stand for rigorous peer review. It's all just strutting and posing and patronizing and condescending.
Jacob Bronowski described this behavior.

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