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Re: Dimensions

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Posted by Tomislav Strelar/">Tomislav Strelar on October 30, 1998 09:14:32 UTC

You should read more, Schnee.

If you for calculation purposes use imaginary numbers to describe time, that time then looks like 4th spatial dimension. (More about that in Hawking's book "Brief history of time")

But there is a theory of more spatial dimensions. Those dimensions are present but we can't see them because they have not smooth like spacetime. Since Big Band they remained curved while our 3 spatial dimensions become smooth (exept 1% witch created matter).

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