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Less Energy Is Required With More Dimensions

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Posted by James Blodgett on March 6, 2004 18:34:56 UTC

Black hole production at colliders has become more plausible recently. The multidimensional models of string theory show how. With more dimensions gravity is much stronger at its source, so less energy is required. Some string theorists have published articles predicting black hole production at colliders. Of course, it is fairly likely that they are wrong.

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