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I'm guessing string theory might get a lot simpler if there were only electrons, positrons, photons, and gravitons around?
Mathematically could there be a Universe with only electrons, positrons, and photons? If so, how many dimensions would such a string theory need?
Mathematically could there be a Universe with only electrons, positrons, and photons? If so, how many dimensions would such a string theory need?