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    And before you post bs, I know the answer as I'm an Oxford student potentially graduating with a First in Physics. I asked this to a professor and even them can't solve it.

    What are the fundamental degrees of freedom of M-theory (the theory whose low-energy limit is eleven-dimensional supergravity and that subsumes the five consistent superstring theories) and does the theory describe nature? Express the fundamental degrees respective to their value of coefficients.
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    Has the original Jaiyeko account been banned?
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    (Original post by Trihawk7)
    Has the original Jaiyeko account been banned?
    is that an excuse of not being able to answer the question?
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    I finished A2 physics and I'm baffed on these principles you have stated.
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    (Original post by EdenHazard)
    I finished A2 physics and I'm baffed on these principles you have stated.
    Maybe I recommend resisting A2 again
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    (Original post by 24 A Stars)
    And before you post bs, I know the answer as I'm an Oxford student potentially graduating with a First in Physics. I asked this to a professor and even them can't solve it.

    What are the fundamental degrees of freedom of M-theory (the theory whose low-energy limit is eleven-dimensional supergravity and that subsumes the five consistent superstring theories) and does the theory describe nature? Express the fundamental degrees respective to their value of coefficients.
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    (Original post by 24 A Stars)
    Maybe I recommend resisting A2 again
    Superstring theories? Nothing I've heard of at A2, I know plenty about Lenz' law, Faraday's law, Coulomb's law etc.

    Your opinion is poor.
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    (Original post by 24 A Stars)
    And before you post bs, I know the answer as I'm an Oxford student potentially graduating with a First in Physics. I asked this to a professor and even them can't solve it.

    What are the fundamental degrees of freedom of M-theory (the theory whose low-energy limit is eleven-dimensional supergravity and that subsumes the five consistent superstring theories) and does the theory describe nature? Express the fundamental degrees respective to their value of coefficients.
    That question is not even answerable, at least not with a definitive answer, which others will also conclude to be correct.

    Mtheory is still in it's infancy, I don't believe it has even produced any outcomes which can be verified by experimental research.
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    You claim to be an Oxford student and yet last week or so you made a thread asking whether your grades were good enough for Oxbridge. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by 24 A Stars)
    Maybe I recommend resisting A2 again
    Did you mean 'resitting'?
 
 
 
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