#### MathematicalPhysicist

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f theory implies there are more time dimensions (if i remember correctly it is 2d).

could they have been curled up (i hope this is the correct term) like in the spatial dimension in string theory which are curled up and for that reason there are only three spatial dimensions?

p.s

how many spatial dimension are there in f theory?

could they have been curled up (i hope this is the correct term) like in the spatial dimension in string theory which are curled up and for that reason there are only three spatial dimensions?

p.s

how many spatial dimension are there in f theory?

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