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1. What is the relationship between Quatum Theory & Super- Symmetry Theory? Is it true that even the smallest sub-atomic particles have an invisible "pair"? What does this mean in terms of energy/mass relationships? ie. if we understand the Universe at the sub-atomic level, does this knowledge necessarily explain the larger whole? 2. How does the Mandelbrot set help in understanding our Universe? I read in a separate post that the Universe was a finite boundary with infinite space.... is it possible for time to be created within the boundaries of the Universe? Or is time finite & only "stretched" or "compacted" depending on one's relative place in space-time?
Re: What is the connection between Quantum Theory & Super-Symmetry Theory
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