A New Theory About the Fabric of Space Time is…

what a TRIP…

Einstein and thinkers for thousands of years still can’t get their mind around this.  Maybe we will never understand all the dimensions and how the 4th dimension works.  That is fine but that won’t stop scientists from trying to learn and theorise.  So what is space time fabric anyway?  Can you touch it or just move through it?  Here is an intro into a bizarre theory:

Eleven dimensions, parallel universes, and a world made out of strings? It’s not science fiction, it’s string theory. Bestselling author and physicist Brian Greene offers a tour of this seemingly strange world in “The Elegant Universe,” a three-hour Peabody Award-winning miniseries.

Is this absolutely out there or a real possibility?  Is this the stuff of science fiction or an actual possibility that we could explore?

Who knows but maybe they are onto something.

Let’s check out a video on the space time continuum on page 2

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  1. David Hua Ken Cheng said:

    We are One with Universe. Space time fabric is Pure Energy. We cannot touch space time fabric. We cannot move through it. We Interact with it. Matters displaced space time fabric. Matters do not bend space time fabric. Light bend space time fabric. There are more than 11 Dimensions. There are no Parallel Universes. There are bigger Structures than ‘String’ Theory. Is the entire Cosmos a solid Structure. How big is this Structure. INFINITY.

  2. Sherman W Braithwaite said:

    “Part 1, “Einstein’s Dream,” introduces string theory and shows how modern physics—composed of two theories that are ferociously incompatible—reached its schizophrenic impasse: One theory, general relativity, successfully describes big things like stars and galaxies, while another, quantum mechanics, is equally successful at explaining small things like atoms and subatomic particles. Albert Einstein, the inventor of general relativity, dreamed of finding a single theory that would embrace all of nature’s laws. But in this quest for the so-called unified theory, Einstein came up empty-handed, and the conflict between general relativity and quantum mechanics has stymied all who’ve followed. That is, until the discovery of string theory.” Interesting.

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