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Title: Scaling laws conjecture in superstring theory
Authors: Sun, BuHua 
Keywords: Scaling laws;Point blast;Big bang;String theory;Dimensional analysis
Issue Date: 14-Jan-2017
Publisher: Department of Mechanical Engineering Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa
Abstract: This paper propose a conjuncture on the scaling laws of big bang based on superstring theory. The study reveals that the higher dimensional universe will require more energy than the lower one. If we assume that the universe will develop based on the minimum energy principle, then we will have to ask a big question to all higher dimensional universe model, why the model does not satisfy the minimum energy principle. The study also brings a question on how to define the physics units in the 10-dimensional spacetimes? Does dimensional analysis still works to the superstring theory by using the current seven basic units?
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30853.14561
Appears in Collections:Eng - Technical Reports

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