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Paul, Don't You See The Obvious?

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Posted by Alexander on November 30, 2001 19:01:28 UTC

You wrote tons of "guesses" about high dimensions around us. All incorrect. I tried gently to show you nonexistence of higher dimensions (on everyday and large scale) by pointing that such dimensions would immediately result in deviations from inverse square law which would be easily detected in any lab. But there are non. Inverse square holds for gravity in large scale (up to visible size of universe at least) and for e/m interaction in scale from 10-18 m to few hundred thousand kilometers - basicly as far as we can observe electrostatic interactions directly. And indirect data from clouds of plasma interacting in space with galactic magnetic field suggest that inverse square law for e/m interactions likely holds even at much larger distances.

So, WHERE ARE those high dimensions you were talking about so volumousely?

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