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I Think, Mathematicians Did That 100 Years Ago Or So.

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Posted by Alexander on December 3, 2001 22:48:23 UTC

When they played with Riemann geometry. They found that LARGE dimensions would make inverse square different, while SMALL would not.

So, there is NO large dimensions for the onbjects we know (photons, gravotons, electrons, etc). For UNKNOWN objects - who knows? We have to discover them (unknown objects) first (and see that they obey inverse CUBE law to exist in 4-TH spatial dimension).

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