The Search For Hidden Dimensions In The Universe

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It's hard to imagine dimensions other than the familiar three — or four, including time — but these extra dimensions could bridge ideas in particle physics and cosmology. Theoretical physicist Lisa Randall explains the possibility of unseen dimensions and how to find them.

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