Experimental proof of hyperspace?


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misogynisticfeminist
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Oct27-04, 05:28 AM
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Will there ever be any form of experimental proof of multiple dimensions, even any thought experiment which would be able to proof or disprove the existence of one?
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Oct27-04, 08:34 AM
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There are experiments that have been going on since 2000 to check that some of the compact dimensions of superstring theory may have dimensions as large as a micrometer. This would show up as a modification to the behavior of gravity at very short distances. They haven't found any such thing yet, but they haven't given up looking either.


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