Strings are said to be one dimensional, due to the math. And I understand that there are problems in the math when they put the strings in 3 or 2 dimensions.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

According to string theory, lengths smaller than planck length have no physical significance.

Could it be that strings are 3 dimensional but their height and width dimensions are so small and insignificant they they cannot be taken into consideration or calculated by the mathematics?

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# String theory, string dimensions?

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