Superstring Theory and the Big Bang
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The paper explains how superstring theory is a middle ground, a unification of the theory of general relativity as developed by Einstein and that of quantum mechanics. The paper discusses how once proven, superstring theory hopes to explain the very nature of our universe. The paper shows how superstring theory and the Big Bang are interrelated; when we understand how each is related, we understand that particles and strings are the core of our universe.
From the Paper:"Superstring theory is a middle ground, a unification, of the theory of General Relativity as developed by Einstein and that of Quantum Mechanics. Once proven, superstring theory hopes to explain the very nature of our universe - no small feat. At its core, superstring theory is one in which the vibration of single-dimensional "strings", not the single-point in space particles, are the units of measure and observation. More than unimaginably small, these strings which are more than one-hundred billion, billion times smaller than a proton, vibrate in a theoretical set of ten dimensions. According to Kaku (1996), In other words, the secret of the BIG BANG's origin lies with merging the two theories into a higher one, a theory of everything that includes both theories. Physicists need a quantum theory of gravity that simultaneously describes both the subatomic quantum world and the structure of the universe. And this shotgun marriage of general relativity and the quantum theory is spawning even more bizarre progeny, such as parallel universes and hyperspace. This theory is superstring theory, and goes a long way towards helping understand the BIG BANG."
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