Similar words: quantum theory, theory, in theory, cell theory, domino theory, string theory, kinetic theory, big bang theory. Meaning: n. (cosmology) a theory that involves an eleven-dimensional universe in which the weak and strong forces and gravity are unified and to which all the string theories belong.

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*M-theory*demands a universe with 11 dimensions, including a dimension of time and the three familiar spatial dimensions. The rest are curled up too small for us to see.2 One possibility predicted by

*M-theory*is supersymmetry, an idea that says fundamental particles have heavy – and as yet undiscovered – twins, with curious names such as selectrons and squarks.3 If

*M-theory*does indeed turn out to enable a unified theory, Hawking may be able in future to say how the universe started, but as a physicist he cannot answer the question "why?"4 Evidence in support of

*M-theory*might also come from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at Cern, the European particle physics laboratory near Geneva.5 Instead

*M-theory*predicts that a great many universes were created out of nothing.6 His talk will focus on

*M-theory*, a broad mathematical framework that encompasses string theory, which is regarded by many physicists as the best hope yet of developing a theory of everything.7

*M-theory*, if it is confirmed, would be "the unifying theory Einstein was hoping to find," the authors write.8 According to

*M-theory*, "ours is not the only universe," the authors say.9 The unified theory that

*M-theory*hopes to be has been the cosmological Holy Grail since Einstein.10 Depending how you set it up,

*M-theory*can describe any of 10500 universes.11

*M-theory*, the dominant version of string theory, holds that the universe is made up of unfathomably small slices of a 2-dimensional membrane, wriggling in 11-dimensional space.12 The idea behind it is "

*M-theory*," which, he says, allows there to be many universes that were created out of nothing,[www.Sentencedict.com] none of which required the intervention of God.13 Hawking said that if he could travel through time -- which he said is theoretically possible -- he would go to the future to "find if

*M-theory*is indeed a theory of everything."14 Confirmation of supersymmetry would be a shot in the arm for

*M-theory*and help physicists explain how each forces at work in the universe arose from one super-force at the dawn of time.15 "Though if there were such a God, I would like to ask how ever did He think of anything as complicated as

*M-theory*in 11 dimensions." Well, quite.16 The image that comes to mind here, others have written about

*M-theory*, is of a God blowing soap bubbles.17 Though if there were such a God, I would like to ask how ever did He think of anything as complicated as

*M-theory*in 11 dimensions.18 Confirmation of supersymmetry would be a shot in the arm for

*M-theory*and help physicists explain how each force at work in the universe arose from one super-force at the dawn of time.More similar words: quantum theory, theory, in theory, cell theory, domino theory, string theory, kinetic theory, big bang theory, theory of evolution, theorem, theorize, theorist, theoretical, theoretically, theoretician, out of the ordinary, theoretical yield, warmth, from then on, from the word go, shoot from the hip, a bolt from the blue, do more harm than good, meteor, pantheon, theology, preorder, meteoric, reorient, theosophy.