Hi there everybody. I heard an interview recently, that was done with Michio Kaku (www.mkaku.org) and InfidelGuy (www.InfidelGuy.com) - you can listen to the interview on the frontpage in case you need a reference for my question. The interview was basically about String Theory! Kaku made the following statement: "SST is a physics beyond physics" and described how the possible variations of SST compile into one "set" of physics, depending on the strings values. And thus we have one "set" of physics, ours, from which this is the basis of physics. And in part as you will hear, he mentioned multiverse, and related this to how the other universes "set of physics" would be the other derivatives of compiled sets of physics from SST. So, my question is, how many - and what kind - of properties are their that need chosen values in SST that determin a "set of physics" ? And in general, i was hoping some people here would know more about this so i can learn more. If you listen to the interview - it's 100% free on the frontpage, perhaps you can teach me more! Thanks!