"... no less than six cups of espresso during our hour-and-a-half interview..."
Wired while studying strings.
This is interesting. I've always thought that besides height, width and depth, time and gravity are also dimensional
posted on 01/09/2005 12:50:38 PM PST
(Freedom isn't free, but slavery is.)
The son of two Iranian physicists, Arkani-Hamed was born in Houston, Texas, and grew up in Boston. After the Iranian revolution of 1979, his family returned to their homeland, but as religious fundamentalists took over the government, his father was forced to go underground and the family eventually had to flee across the border to Turkey. By 1982, Nima was living in Toronto, Canada.
The free world benefits from oppression once again, though Canada barely qualifies.
posted on 01/09/2005 12:55:50 PM PST
(Republican - The political party for the living.)
So in theory, this theory will be tested in 2008 when the first results of CERN come in? He needs more espresso. I'm only wired on regular coffee and cigars and feeling like an extra dimension is hovering just out of reach of my nose...
posted on 01/09/2005 1:16:00 PM PST
(Leftist Credo: "One Wing to Rule Them all and to the Dark Side Bind Them")
"The son of two Iranian physicists, Arkani-Hamed was born in Houston, Texas, and grew up in Boston. After the Iranian revolution of 1979, his family returned to their homeland, but as religious fundamentalists took over the government, his father was forced to go underground and the family eventually had to flee across the border to Turkey. By 1982, Nima was living in Toronto, Canada."
it is all a faith thing.
atheist scientists don't believe in God since there is no "proof" yet fall all over themselves expousing the existence of cosmic strings and 23 different dimensions, for which there is
no experimental proof whatsoever
ah, hypocrisy. faith is OK, but only if politically correct
posted on 01/09/2005 4:14:44 PM PST
(The map is not the territory -- Alfred Korzybski)
Dr. Michio Kaku
's latest book, Parallel Worlds, reveals what today's trailblazing cosmologists know about the nature of the universe, including its age (13.7 billion years), its composition (73 percent 'dark energy'), and perhaps even its eventual death. Dr. Kaku also offers a glimpse into the future trillions of years from now, when the survival of intelligent life might well depend upon its ability to migrate to another, more hospitable universe or to travel back to a warmer, safer time.
Dr Kaku is on tour promoting his new book. For those who think we have a clue to the fundamental nature of the universe, this one should kick us right in the fundament.
posted on 01/09/2005 4:24:42 PM PST
(Please correct if cosmic balance requires.)
posted on 01/09/2005 6:02:53 PM PST
by America's Resolve
(awarforeurabia.blogspot.com - Watching the war for Europe)
To: snarks_when_bored; doug from upland; Petronski
Chuck Missler http://khouse.org/ has fascinating radio broadcasts on this topic and others.
And I have a "string" theory of my own, the current formula is:
STRING UP (CLINTON=TREASON: VAR1=BILL; VAR2=HILLARY)
GRAVITY acting on falling object (16'/second) ^2
= (CRIME) DELTA = CRIME1^-1
I just wish there were a REAL "Laboratory" to test my theory!
posted on 01/09/2005 6:35:51 PM PST
by The Spirit Of Allegiance
(REMEMBER THE ALGOREAMO--relentlessly DEMAND the TRUTH, like the Dems demand recounts!)
Why is "dimensions" so much more popular "properties of space"???
posted on 01/09/2005 8:56:28 PM PST
What controls the number of dimensions?
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