It was in response to this post by Thomas Dent and Lubos that I brought this subject back up The biggest gap of them all and it is found in the most unlikely place? http://www.sukidog.com/jpierre/strings/mplanck.gif High energy particles have extremely small wavelengths and can probe subatomic distances: high energy particle accelerators serve as supermicroscopes: With Marcus's introduction to Words of Stephen Hawking and "predictions https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=33553 what might we find from such a talk? We know well this could all be dismissed very easily when the time comes? If JPierre can ask such a question.... http://www.sukidog.com/jpierre/strings/unify.gif then where should we focus if not in blackholes for consideration? What shall the complexity of this information look like if we do not consider some of the philosphical considerations. Where such theoretical plateaus have developed from strings and LQG. How much more straight forward can we become if we do not consider the complexity of the large and small? Many call it speculation. No dimension at all? Maybe call it something else? So here we are talking about information and we have this gap in our thinking, and for me hidden dimension seems relevant if you do not know what exists in a certain place? Can't describe it, yet have formulated a mathematical structure that exceeds the minds of the majority of this planet. You can see how you could be pulled in two ways. From a energy standpoint to a cosmological one. It just seemed appropriate at such energy levels that if you lack the ability in the high energy area that you move it to another place for consideration?