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I was reading an introduction to the string theory on the Web, and it was mentioned that six out of the ten dimensions required by the theory are “curled up”. Is it possible that certain properties of matter manifest themselves in the four perceptible dimensions but actually (also) exist in one or more of the curled up six? Could one light year in our perceptible dimensions become one nanometre in the curled up six? If this were the case, would light take a year to cross one nanometre?
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