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January 21, 2018

ARTICLE: Q&A: Daniel Bedingham [back to article]
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Garrett Lisi wrote on Jan. 29, 2011 @ 22:17 GMT
Well done.

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Anonymous wrote on Feb. 13, 2011 @ 00:32 GMT
great !!!

congratulations !

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Jernej wrote on Feb. 18, 2011 @ 21:54 GMT
Congratulations, Dan. I wish I would understand more of what you are doing.

With best wishes,


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Mohammad wrote on Mar. 1, 2011 @ 21:11 GMT
Congratulations Daniel,you are a symbole of confidence and a succesful physicist. Your seriousness in following only what you are interested in and what you wanted to do is really admirable!

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Author Frank Martin DiMeglio wrote on Jun. 6, 2011 @ 16:53 GMT
Time and distance in space vanish electromagnetically, and in quantum mechanics. Time requires space. Meaningful and perceptible distance in space AND time require gravity, inertia, and electromagnetism.

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sridattadev wrote on Jun. 21, 2011 @ 18:00 GMT


Singularity condenses duality into reality.

Singularity or conscience or i or god is the source of all energy, matter, space-time in the universes. One can realize this truth of one self when one gives birth or one dies to merge back with singularity.



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JOE BLOGS wrote on Jul. 29, 2011 @ 09:51 GMT
Daniel I want you to comment on Jeffreys Theory of Everything.String/Einstein.

Lets chat.

clock converts a circular earth orbit into an eliptical one.

And the result is six minutes difference from sidereal time per year.

Approx we take this figure to 10,000 digits of pi accuracy as the formula uses Pi.

A cicular orbit can be in as many as 11 dimensions but these are unstable when an orbit is converted to an elipse it becomes stable in three dimensions plus one of time.

Thus you can reverse the equation to convert Einsteins 4D space time to 11 dimensions.

So you can convert String theory to Einsteins thoery and EInsteins theory back into string theory.

Some scientists believe Einsteins thoery cannot be expressed in 10 dimensions.

Others believe EInsteins thoery can be expressed in as many dimensions as you want to use...................

What do you believe can my thoery work to unify Einsteins thoery and string theory.

And is my clock time more accurate or just an error of six minutes per year rather than a more accurate measurement of time..........................................

Please help me with this problem.


Iam not answering the question myself what I have provided is background to the problem.

The central question is whether Einsteins 4D space/time can be converted to ten dimensions or not.

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zeebah khan khan wrote on Nov. 5, 2017 @ 05:13 GMT
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