Main Question or Discussion Point
String Theory is basically the idea involving an indefinite amount of invisible "strings" vibrating at a large spectrum of frequencies, thus creating sub-atomic particles that compose everything we experience and ourselves. It would make sense if you could test this theory by creating something with sound that can be felt (i.e. a wall of sound that can be physically felt). But with string theory would something need to vibrate? Without oxygen which vibrates for sound, would string theory apply in a vacuum? Can we attribute that vibration to dark matter? These strings would have to tear themselves apart to create anything (conservation of mass taken into account, of course), unless they were moving dark matter. Then that leaves the question of dark matter. I'm curious to know if the data CERN collected with its Hadron Collider will be able answer anything on dark matter. Give me your opinions.