|May7-12, 08:22 PM||#1|
Does the collision of membranes create the strings to vibrate?
And is a black hole where strings stop vibrating? Like one membrane deadening the vibrations resonating from another membrane's previous vibration?
Sorry, just saw a show on physics where they only partly explained things.
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