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CATEGORY: Show Me the Physics! Video Contest (2014) [back]
TOPIC: THE ‘ M’ IN M-THEORY by michael W muteru [refresh]
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Michael muteru wrote on Aug. 12, 2014 @ 16:13 GMT
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M theory is said to be a wild theory i display.the simplicity it holds.and hence remove the M IN m-THEORY THER ARE NO MORE MYSTERIES IN PHYSICS

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i am a theoreticalphysicist.i work at home ,love nature alot,been working on M-theory for the past seven years .i publish on

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Jonathan J. Dickau wrote on Sep. 14, 2014 @ 01:14 GMT
Thank you Michael,

Your ideas are enjoyed, but the pacing of your presentation could be better if it allowed one to read each panel before it disappears. Of course; it would have been nice to have a sound track with music or narration too. This video leaves me with some questions, and got me worried at one point. But hopefully the cat and bunny get along OK.

All the Best,


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Teresa Mendes replied on Sep. 16, 2014 @ 14:42 GMT

I agree with Jonathan: your video could be much easier to follow. You should redo it.

Thank you for your vote. You had mine too.

(11 dimensions? ok. QM was not refuted. (String Theory /M-theory can not be refuted). But Local Realism was not refuted also. Both theories can still be viable. So shouldn't physicists think about a solution with 3 spacial dimensions + time also?)

All the best


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