I'm getting tired of waiting. I'm not that smart in science, but I have done a couple of very remarkable engineering feats, and I have figured out what happens when points have distance between them. If you look at the screen that comes up between screens on this website, the screen with a bunch of dots all over it, that is an example of a plane made of points with distance between them. On that screen, if you were to go from point to point, you can only go in a limited number of directions. You can go from a point, to any point next to it, and you can only go back and forth in four directions. If you consider going from a point, to any random point on the whole screen, you have to describe that direction and location by two conceptual dimensions. On this plane of points, arranged in a square pattern, since the two conceptual dimensions used to describe the location and direction of any point, and two of the four dimensions are the same, you have a total of four dimensions. On a plane made of points arranged in triangles, you have three directions that you can travel from point to point, and you need two conceptual dimensions that are different from those three formed by triangles; so that plane would have five dimensions. If you count time, that is six. Using this method to count the number of dimensions in a cubic space, you count ten dimensions, which is in remarkable agreement with string theory which predicts ten dimensions if points are really strings, meaning that they have distance between their centers. I am not Einstein, but I wish someone could see the genius of this idea. It is the answer to where the ten dimensions are! It describes why particles follow odd paths in accelerators, it describes why snowflakes look like they do, and I am tired of starving.