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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 24, 2001 19:56:07 UTC

I just missed your previous request.

For me seeing dimensions is just the same as seeing space. If an object occupies a certain amount of space, you see a 2-d projection of the space it occupies. When a dimension curls up into an object that is as small or smaller than a particle, then you do not see it as it is too small to see, just as particles are.

In the above post, my point is that the extra 6 dimensions curl up into particles like quarks and protons. We cannot see individual particles, but we can see macro assemblies of particles.

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