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by Simon at 15:41 27/08/09 (Blogs::Simon)
Interesting article in New Scientist.

I particularly like this, in the 5D section:

"Seeing time as the fourth dimension made sense of Einstein's special relativity. The German mathematician Theodor Kaluza had even grander designs. In 1919, he sent a paper to Einstein in which he argued that by adding a fifth dimension to space-time, it was possible to show that gravity and electromagnetism were two aspects of one and the same force."

...because I've always had an inkling that gravity is a half-twist of magnetism.

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