- adj. Possessing eleven geometric dimensions.
“It exists in hyper space, eleven-dimensional hyper space.”
“MK: The universe is a symphony of strings and the mind of God that Einstein eloquently wrote about for thirty years would be cosmic music resonating through eleven-dimensional hyper space.”
“This semester all the kids that would have asked about string theory will instead ask about eleven-dimensional M-theory.”
“This startling vision culminates in a vibrant eleven-dimensional "multiverse," pulsating with ever-changing textures, where space and time themselves may dissolve into subtler, more fundamental entities.”
“In the uncompactified regime, the low-energy limit seems to contain five critical string theories at weak coupling, and at strong coupling looks like eleven-dimensional supergravity.”
“In other words: the strong-coupling limit of certain ten-dimensional string theories is an eleven-dimensional theory!”
“El Presidente of the Anti-Science Circus is Walter Wagner, a botanist taking on the perils of eleven-dimensional astrophysics and therefore the worst-qualified scientist since Gordon Freeman's degree in Crowbarology landed him a gig at Black Mesa.”
“' 'String theory' '', (or super-string theory when coupled with [[Supersymmetry]]), is a class of models in [[theoretical physics]] which replace zero-dimensional points (particles) in four-dimensional spacetime with one-dimensional strings in an eleven-dimensional spacetime as the fundamental building block of the universe.”
“It should be said, in postscript, that Mightygodking thinks this is all still just eleven-dimensional chess, andI’ll admit that if that’s the thinking I can almost buy it.”
“Easier to grasp than eleven-dimensional chess, I guess)”
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