A single point. With no dimensions at all?
Further to: Could we be living in a 1-D universe?, Peter Zoeller-Greer writes again from Germany to point out,
If you observe the 1D-universe over time, then we may live in a 0-D universe: Every bit of the transmission has just no dimension at all (every bit is just 0 or 1). So we may be just a bunch of zeros (and sometimes ones). Brave new universe, just a point in time.
Rats. If he’s right, we’ll never get a good cup of coffee in this town again.
See also: But who needs reality-based thinking anyway? Not the new cosmologists
The bill arrives for cosmology’s free lunch
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