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Are There More Than 3 Dimensions? 

To scientists it looks like the weakness of gravity, the existence of dark matter and the big bang may all be dependent on how many dimensions there are to the universe. But are the three ... See full summary »
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Himself - Narrator
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Eric Adelberger ...
Himself - Phd., Physicist (as Eric G. Adelberger)
Sue Barry ...
Herself - Neurobiologist (as Susan Barry)
Renate Loll ...
Herself - Phd., Theoretical physicist, University of Utrecht
Joseph Polchinski ...
Himself - Theoretical physicist and string theorist (as Joe Polchinski)
Lisa Randall ...
Herself - Phd., Theoretical particle physicist and cosmologist, Harward University
Maria Spiropulu ...
Herself - Experimental physicist, Caltec
Tim Tait ...
Himself - Physicist (as Tim M.P. Tait)
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To scientists it looks like the weakness of gravity, the existence of dark matter and the big bang may all be dependent on how many dimensions there are to the universe. But are the three dimensions we're used to too few or too many? This program examines the pet theories of several scientists about the dimensionality of our universe, how they are going about proving their theories and why their theories don't agree with the three dimensions that seem obvious to us. Written by David Foss

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