The attached image file shows the extra dimensions might come from overlapping planes with different energy value. In this model the extra dimensions are very small at the point where they intersect at the parent universe event horizon at the Plank Level (10 Minue 39).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This idea suggest the extra dimensions are very large/prehaps infinite where they do not intersect and might be where the "missing mass" or superpartners reside. This general line of thought comes from "Daughter Universe" concept which is being discussed online. If you cannot view the

attached image it is also online:

http://www.geocities.com/physicsquestion2007/intersection.htm

Thanks for any feedback

Chris Walters

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