Hidden dimensions of the Universe ?

if an element in the Universe is completely described in n dimensions, would it be time invariant and immutable in n-1 dimensions (alluding to String Theory) 

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago
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     We are primate on the 3rd planet of the sun. professor stephen hawking

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  • 1 month ago

    Does that actually mean anything ?

  • 1 month ago

    Physics has a hard enough time trying to 

    assess, evaluate, and describe what is already here. 

    Never expect that Physics will ever be able to 

    describe or define dimensions; no less, string theory. 

    'Undiscovered' dimensions in the Universe are an inevitability. 

    As to whether "time" should still be one, or not, remains to be seen. 

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