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Dimensionality In String Theory; Possibly 12

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Posted by Laurel Reece on March 29, 2004 00:42:53 UTC

I don't begin to know the math for these theories, but theoretically, if you are including time as a dimension then it is possible to include the hypothosis of two-dimentional time. One relative to matter and the natural phenomena. The other as a construct of space as a surface factor. Also, the M in M-theory,can be Mother. as in Mother of all theories; the other as in Mystery Theory. My interest about gravity "wells" is what brought me to this site, but so far I have found no reference to this. Perhaps I need to phrase this query differently. I have referenced coments on black holes(holes not being accurate) for this material, but with no results.

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