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26 Dimensions?

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Posted by Alan on January 30, 2002 08:37:44 UTC

Somewhere Yanniru mentioned two 'time' s; and 26 dimensions.

How about an interchange between two 26 dimension systems? The interchange exchange is a 27th.

Note: quark symetries fall neatly into place along the patterns you get when you consider the 27 ways of "placing three different coloured beans in a set of three boxes".

I also found a 10 dimension interchange system that, being a 10...10 exchange system gives an apparant 11. Possibly it's a template for the M-theory and superstring theories; as they apparantly sometimes look like 10, sometimes 11.

A simpler basic theory covers the interchange, jumps, exchange, patterns; I call that "three-way jump theory".

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