A look at the Tenth Dimension - a developing branch of theoretical physics that combines quantum mechanics and general relativity into a quantum theory of gravity
In the spirit of my current video posts, I thought I would post an article about the “Tenth Dimension” — a fascinating video about a look at Rob Bryanton’s exploration into the ten dimensions. It’s a really amazing video which explores some string theory — a developing branch of theoretical physics that combines quantum mechanics and general relativity into a quantum theory of gravity. Rob purports to explore in this video that subatomic particles which make up our universe are actually created within ten spatial dimensions (plus an eleventh dimension of “time”) by the vibrations of exquisitely small “superstrings”. If you watch the full video, you can really see that the argument which is created is a truly fascinating one and really provides some food for thought regarding the number of dimensions that exist in our universe.