John Clark wrote:
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wrote:
> >You would only see black holes if the universe has multiple spatial dimensions,
However, there is no limit on how the three spatial dimensions as well
as the 6 or so string dimensions may be transposed, translated, or
transferred among themselves to create a more true multiverse.
> >which has to be considered pretty questionable at this point.
> You seem pretty confident, how come? There is no experimental evidence that the
> inverse square law of gravitation holds even at distances as large as a quarter of an inch,
> and who knows what happens when things become a billion times smaller still.
Uh, this is incorrect. Experiments into the Casimir Effect do in fact
confirm the inverse square law down to tiny fractions of an inch.
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