The Irrelevance of Dimensionality Regarding the Interstice that Separates the Universes
Our universe is only one of an infinite number of universes. In the infancy of theoretical physics, it was claimed that our universe was defined by the 3+1 dimensions that we humans directly experience, plus a number of others (commonly 10 or 11) to reconcile varying string theories. This paper proves that only the 4 dimensions define our universe, and other dimensionality actually impinges on ours from other universes at the quantum level. In an earlier paper, I proved that amongst all the infinite universes, there are only 42 possible dimensions, and different combinations of the 42 dimensions define the different universes. Since that paper, it has been theorized that the interstice that separates the universes has either no dimensions or all 42 dimensions. This paper further proves that a discussion of intersticial dimensions is meaningless.