6 edition of Hidden Dimensions found in the catalog.
January 1998 by Univ of British Columbia Pr .
Written in English
|Contributions||Archaeological Society of British Columbia (Corporate Author), Kathryn Bernick (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||362|
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Secondly, and in a similar vein, she created little "stories" to illustrate the concepts that are presented in each chapter. The term complex refers to the fact that locally the manifolds look similar not just to plain old Euclidean space, but to something called complex space.
Read more. Other readers may have felt this was annoying or offensive. The question was whether a vacuum spacetime which still had some curvature and therefore gravity, was also possible.
In higher dimensions the topology implied by zero Ricci curvature is a little harder to describe. Further, Hidden Dimensions book has created a number of extensions of himself, all of which impact his use of space and his relationship to his environment.
In much the same way they may not show up in those tests which use force laws. The content is provided for information purposes only. An early indication that space is more than just a backdrop for physics came in Hidden Dimensions book Albert Einstein formed his theory of general relativity.
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Just when we might be tempted to dismiss strings as grist for the publish-or-perish mill, Greene explains how they have demonstrated connections between mathematics and physics that have helped solve age-old conundrums in each field.
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A minor blow came in when it was discovered that string theory needed a slightly amended version of Calabi-Yau manifolds, whose Ricci curvature wasn't zero, but only very nearly zero. We are still mysteries to ourselves, despite the proximity of these answers, and what we most long to know remains lodged deep inside.
Einstein's idea to unify space, time, matter and gravity in this way was completely new — the physicist C. Particles and forces were supposed to come from all the different ways in which the strings can vibrate.
And what kind of six-dimensional geometrical structure can harbour this hidden world and also satisfy other requirements of string theory?
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One mathematician who's got first-hand experience of the fascinating interplay between physics and geometry is Shing-Tung Yau. A doughnut mug Yau later realised that a geometric version of this question had been asked by the mathematician Eugenio Calabi in the s.
So, why am I so positive about this book? I think that Ms. Basically, what Calabi was asking is whether a certain type of topology guarantees that a certain type of geometry is possible. With more than ten dimensions, on the other hand, string theory produced non-sensical predictions.
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