I need help with this.... I have a question I'm craving to ask about the relationship of demensions and entropy. It's a specific question I'm having a really hard time identifying. So here is the outline that has been floating in my mind for days now: In The Elegant Universe, Greene describes a sphere's geometry to be similar to that of a circle in 3D space spinning on a constant axis. As it spins faster and faster, it begins to take on the shape of a sphere. Okay, I realize this is JUST AN ANOLOGY. But it gave me a striking idea. What if the very movements of atoms act as the circle does for the sphere? Atoms are always in constant motion. Could this constant motion influence our perception of demension? (THERE!! That is the specific question I've been looking for!!! :rofl: ) BTW, could 1D objects consist of atoms? I'm exploring this topic for a long term research project ( 1 yr.) for a science competition. Do you think it's worth the time?