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Paul, What Does Mean "qualitevely Different Outer Space"?

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Posted by Alexander on December 7, 2001 18:23:33 UTC

In 3-d space density of gravitons drops with distance as inverse square (what we see experimentally), in 4-D - as inverse cube (and this is what we DON'T see experimentally, at least on large scale (say, 0.5 mm and up to the size of visible Universe for gravitons, and at least from 10^-18 m to at least 10^8 m for photons as Coulomb law tells).

So, what do you mean by "qualitevely different space"?

Is it space (for gravitons, electrons and photons) or it is NOT space (for gravitons electrons and photons)?

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