Enola Straight

09-15-2017, 09:54 AM

The complex plane...a real number line and an imaginary number line perpendicular...was found to calculate rotation of a two dimensional object.

Rotating a three dimensional object with a three dimensional complex framework wasn't working...until 1843 Hamilton introduced a 4D quaternion.

When Einstein could not integrate gravity AND electromagnetism in his 4D Relativity framework, Kaluza and Klein took the rules of relativity and extended it to 5 dimensions.

When a number of 10D grand unified theories were in competition with each other...and were mathematically incompatible...an 11th dimension was added to the framework to create M Theory, which described the 10D theories as facets of a gem.

What other problems have been/could be solved by adding an extra dimension to the mathematical framework describibg the problem?

Rotating a three dimensional object with a three dimensional complex framework wasn't working...until 1843 Hamilton introduced a 4D quaternion.

When Einstein could not integrate gravity AND electromagnetism in his 4D Relativity framework, Kaluza and Klein took the rules of relativity and extended it to 5 dimensions.

When a number of 10D grand unified theories were in competition with each other...and were mathematically incompatible...an 11th dimension was added to the framework to create M Theory, which described the 10D theories as facets of a gem.

What other problems have been/could be solved by adding an extra dimension to the mathematical framework describibg the problem?