We're all familiar with four dimensions – height, width, depth and time – but according to theoretical physics, the universe could be composed of as many as 11 dimensions. If you have a hard time wrapping your head around how those extra dimensions could possibly work, we've got news for you: your brain regularly makes use of these 11 dimensions to process information, according to a new study by the EPFL in Switzerland...
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