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Winding modes and size of the extra dimensions

  1. Dec 13, 2005 #1
    I've read that the extra dims are stabilized via string winding modes -

    This is a bit of a star trek style question but is it theoretically possible to somehow 'interfere' with the winding modes so as to CHAGNE in some way the size of an extra dimension.

    I'm really interested in this - if you can point me in the right direction for further research I'd be grateful.

    I'm basically just interested in ANY mechanisms that could potentially be used to alter the radius of an extra dimension...

    Thanks
     
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