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Guest Posted on Dec 28 2011, 08:07 PM
  What does your answer have to with the fact that you are wrong in the above post? You said:

QUOTE (amrit the stupid)
this is the end of string theory and the end of belief time is a spatial dimension


Who but you thought that time is a physical dimension, and what does your babbling about clocks have to do with SUSY? blink.gif
albert2 Posted on Dec 28 2011, 01:23 PM
 
QUOTE (Guest @ Dec 27 2011, 05:13 PM)
Really? Can you even read?

Here is a quote from the very article you linked:



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tell me one case one has gone back in time ?
you can move in space only.....
time is a numerical sequence of your motion
Guest Posted on Dec 27 2011, 05:13 PM
  Really? Can you even read?

Here is a quote from the very article you linked:

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If one goes far enough back in time, space is indeed extended in 9 directions, but then at some point only 3 of those directions start to expand rapidly. This result demonstrates, for the first time, that the 3-dimensional space that we are living in indeed emerges from the 9-dimensional space that superstring theory predicts.


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albert2 Posted on Dec 27 2011, 05:06 PM
  it seems universe is 3D
http://www.interactions.org/cms/?pid=1031333
this is the end of string theory and the end of belief time is a spatial dimension
albert2 Posted on Dec 22 2011, 07:35 PM
  sorli and fiscaletti have some ideas on energy density of quantum vacuum and mass
http://scireprints.lu.lv/198/
albert2 Posted on Dec 15 2011, 09:07 AM
  Mass is an energy form of quantum vacuum in symmetry with diminished energy density of quantum vacuum. Presence of mass diminishes energy density of quantum vacuum respectively to the energy of a given mass. A given particle with a mass diminishes energy density of quantum vacuum, mass-less particle does not diminish energy of quantum vacuum. In order to explain mass of elementary particles this view does not require existence of the hypothetical boson of Higgs.

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