Hey, I have not taken any string theory courses yet, but I had heard that String theory says there are probably 8? dimensions. I was wondering what the other 4 dimensions are and how they would be described. I know of:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

0d - Spatial Dimension (a dot)

1d - Spatial Dimension (Can be viewed as infinite 0d's stacked, a line)

2d - Spatial Dimension (Can be viewed as infinite 1d's stacked, a square)

3d - Spatial Dimension (Can be viewed as infinite 2d's stacked, a cube)

4d - Temporal Dimension (Time)

5d - ?

6d - ?

ect..

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# What are ST's Dimension?

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