Life and Space Dimensionality: A Brief Review of Old and New Entangled Arguments

Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach 4 (2):152 (2016)
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A general sketch on how the problem of space dimensionality depends on anthropic arguments is presented. Several examples of how life has been used to constraint space dimensionality (and vice-versa) are reviewed. In particular, the influences of three-dimensionality in the solar system stability and the origin of life on Earth are discussed. New constraints on space dimensionality and on its invariance in very large spatial and temporal scales are also stressed.

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Francisco Caruso
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro


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