Posted: Apr 28, 2010 10:42 pm
by Roger Allott
As a non-physicist, the problem I have with string theory and/or M theory is the supposed existence of nanomicroscopic dimensions. It's a concept that makes absolutely no sense to me. How the heck can a dimension be "small", or "long", or "thin"? These are terms relevant to the primary spatial dimensions. A new dimension constrained by an existing dimension means, surely, that it's not a dimension, doesn't it?