Physics can't find the biggest thing in the known universe, so it's looking beyond our paltry three dimensions. Michael Moyer enters the zone of insanely hard mathematics, translates what he finds into plain English, and makes it back alive.
By Michael Moyer
Posted 02.17.2004 at 3:00 am 2 Comments
di men sion n 1 : a measure in one direction 2 : the number of variables needed to locate a particle 3 : a property of space, or the space-time continuum, related to extension in a direction.
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