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There seem to be a huge range of levels of understanding here but I'm hoping someone with a better grasp of the maths can assist me.

Humour me and imagine that extra dimensions do exist. Now consider that orbitals and angular momentum are set in non space-time dimensions. Then take it that plank lengths are significant in the interface between these extra dimensions and space-time.

Now consider that either a large force applied in the lower dimensions, or a small force applied in the higher dimensions, results in "orbital shifts" at the space-time level. I hope you can see that orbital shifts become very natural. However I need maths to support this and it goes beyond my mathematical abilities.

I'm looking for either harsh (but considered) criticism, or support with the maths involved here.

Thanks

Simon

Humour me and imagine that extra dimensions do exist. Now consider that orbitals and angular momentum are set in non space-time dimensions. Then take it that plank lengths are significant in the interface between these extra dimensions and space-time.

Now consider that either a large force applied in the lower dimensions, or a small force applied in the higher dimensions, results in "orbital shifts" at the space-time level. I hope you can see that orbital shifts become very natural. However I need maths to support this and it goes beyond my mathematical abilities.

I'm looking for either harsh (but considered) criticism, or support with the maths involved here.

Thanks

Simon

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