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how many dimensions exists

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? :clap: just for curious

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? :clap: just for curious

Logic tops off at 10.... And I think string theory does also.., if you include time as a dimension we are at 11. But these are spacial dimensions, not like different planes or brains within those dimensions, that could well be infinite.

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we can consider other planets or galaxies as dimensions too :santa:

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we can consider other planets or galaxies as dimensions too :santa:

No. Other planets and galaxies are other planets and galaxies. Not dimensions.

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we can consider other planets or galaxies as dimensions too :santa:

No.

But based on yr offer I would like to judge that any answer with a result >3 might be not that good for you.

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we can consider other planets or galaxies as dimensions too :santa:

No. As said these are planets and galaxies, not dimensions.

Dimensions in the context of physics are essentially degrees of movement along an axis. There are three classical dimensions, up/down, left/right, and forward/backwards. Time is often incorporated in physical theories, thus working in a 4-dimensional spacetime.

Superstring posit that there are 10 physical dimensions, I believe M-theory posit 11, and Bosonic string theory posit 26.

An explanation as to why we do not perceive these other dimensions, if they exist, is that they occupy a subatomic scale, or 'curled up' in a sense. Think of a doughnut or torus whose minor radius is infinitesimal.

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