The latest posts tagged with physicsWednesday — April 03, 2013
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Further Reading Recommended by The Nature of Reality:
Cosmos: Carl Sagan: The 4th Dimension
In this scene from the classic “Cosmos” series, Carl Sagan imagines what happens when a three-dimensional character enters a two-dimensional world.
FQXi: Taking on String Theory’s 10-D Universe with 8-D Math
In this article, discover how theorists Tevian Dray and Corinne Manogue are using ten-dimensional math to describe subatomic particles.
NOVA: Imagining Other Dimensions
Journey from a two-dimensional “flatland” to the ten- (or more) dimensional world of superstring theory in this illustrated essay.
About Delia Schwartz-Perlov
Delia Schwartz-Perlov is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Tufts Institute for Cosmology. She studies cosmology, quantum field theory and general relativity, and has a special interest in the study of inflation, the multiverse and the string theory landscape. When she is not pondering the mysteries of the multiverse, she studies piano, yoga, and art.
Be sure to check out her other livescribe/article on the subject: A Tour Through the Multiverse!
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