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  1. #1 Explanation of the ten dimensions 
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    Here's a site that proceeds to give a layman's explanation of the ten dimensions. I thought it was entertaining and thought provoking, but I wanted to see what people that have a better idea about these thing felt about it. (I hope this is in the correct topic area.)

    To view the animated version of the explanation, you will need Flash installed. There is a text version there too.

    Here's the site: http://www.tenthdimension.com/


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    Oh dear another one, As soon as anyone equates time as a class of dimension of space my brain say's enough, speculation hypothesis, conjecture et al... it may be possible, they may be correct, I personally do not buy it.

    It's way too late over here for me o formulate a sensible reply, I certainly don't have the answers, what I do know is that these extra dimensions are proposed solely to enable man to explain some of the holes in quantum mechanics. From that standpoint [to me] it's as credible or as incredible as saying "God created the heaven and earth" - it is to explain away [partially] the unknown.


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    By the way they view the universe, time indicates a string of room that might in itself build a string of room, and the way I see it, this "pattern" could never end since the first string room have independent 4D coordinates to the next four dimensions. But i am certain that even if the roomtime string made a web, this web would have the four dimensions that made the roomtime strings and no one could ever notice the difference since the dimensions were described as parallell anywhom. Still, this is a very interesting enterpreting of the universe and I believe in the most of it even though i still believe it is still four dimensions.
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    Multiple universes is an oldie but goldie. But Im still not sure how they came up with the number 10. Why not 11? or 1,983? It's kinda like the 72 virgins scenario
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    But now that I think about it, it is possible that there are multiple dimensions, just as long as they are not parallell. Yeah that would work.
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