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My question is simple , if gravitation is basically a space distortion so it's fair to say that at least a fourth dimension exists , since a distortion must occur in higher dimension than the one of the concerned space .

Is it correct putting it like that ?

Thanks in advance.

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# General relativity and Higher dimensions

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