tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8967515.post112964321821411257..comments2020-03-04T08:18:49.913-08:00Comments on Dialogos of Eide: What are those Quantum MicrostatesPlatoHagelhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00849253658526056393noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8967515.post-1129835397105210942005-10-20T12:09:00.000-07:002005-10-20T12:09:00.000-07:00If one did not have some comprehension of hyperspa...If one did not have some comprehension of hyperspace (roads lead too from our geometers) and the dynamical inclination spacetime has lead us too, then how would any valuation of those extra dimensions work? I think this is that "toposense" that Calabi Yau might offer, when you travel in the Cave?<BR/><BR/>Revealing curvature parameters on a cosmological scale sets us up when we move down to the quantum level although the probabilistic valuation creates uncertainty. I understand strings is a model for apprehension.<BR/><BR/>While it is indeed a struggle for me to understand this I wouldn't throw it aside because I didn't understand it, but continue the struggle to make sense of it. Why not a "fluidic form" of the superfluid as a form of this continuity?<BR/><BR/><B>Why Ten dimensions</B><BR/><BR/><A HREF="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Why_10_dimensions%3F" REL="nofollow"><BR/><I>Modular functions are used in the mathematical analysis of Riemann surfaces. Riemann surface theory is relevant to describing the behavior of strings as they move through space-time. When strings move they maintain a kind of symmetry called "conformal invariance"<BR/><BR/>Conformal invariance (also called "scale invariance") is related to the fact that points on the surface of a string's world sheet need not be evaluated in a particular order. As long as all points on the surface are taken into account in any consistent way, the physics should not change. Equations of how strings must behave when moving involve the Ramanujan function.</I></A><BR/><BR/><BR/>So to see such topological travels in the issues of continuity, always comes back to the dynamcial nature that the "first three seconds to(Guth's first three minutes) of the universe" imparted. It might not be the answer, yet it has pointed to a time.<BR/><BR/>That accounts for something doesn't it?PlatoHagelhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/00849253658526056393noreply@blogger.com