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What theories are supported by string theory?

The theory of extra dimensions, infinite universes, the theory where the Big Bang occurred when a membrane of a different dimension crashed into our membrane, gravitons, the t (MORE)

Why does string theory imply that 11 dimensions exist?

If one does the mathematics (which are *WAY* beyond the math level of even most scientists), one finds that string theory works only if one assumes the vibrations are aking pl (MORE)

Can you tie a knot in a string-theory string?

check this page out.   As you can already see the dimensions in string theory are already in knots. Also, the string in string t (MORE)

How does the theory of quantum mechanics apply with string theory?

String theory is one of the leading candidates for a theory of everything, that is, a theory that unifies all 4 basic forces of nature, viz, gravity, the electromagnetic force (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

What is theory?

A theory is a supposition or explanation based on observed data. It may or may not be true. A famous theory that the Earth was round, not flat, was proven only when ships sail (MORE)

What is the 'string' theory?

String theory refers to any one of five specific theories that attempts to unify the four fundamental forces: electromagnetism, strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force, and t (MORE)

What is the super string theory?

  Answer   super string theory can be considered as a bridge between newton's classical theory and einstien's theory of relativity.the basic entity of this theory ar (MORE)

What does string theory have to do with the creation of the present day universe?

Answer String theory, which has to date not one single scientific verification has thus nothing whatsoever to do with the creation of the present day universe as it exists in (MORE)