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Sep30-03, 07:46 PM
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nash proved that any manifold can be embedded in R^3 in which the higher dimensional manifold gets crumpled and smoothness is lost.

is it possible that 11 dimensional space has already crumpled into our three dimensional universe and that wormholes exist precisely as a direct result of the crumpling?

cheers,
phoenix
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