One of the concepts associated with string theory is the “landscape”. Calabi-Yau manifolds, mathematically, have many variations, but at least in single form not infinite variations. So we can predict what might appear as interference, but which would have an albeit chaotic semi-regularity. This is a visual interpretation of the landscape, seen in cross section.

Format: Bitmap graphic
Software: Adobe Photoshop
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27 August 2014
Ian Douglas

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