We didn't necessarily have to end up in a 3-D world.
How supermassive black holes formed so quickly after the start of the universe has long baffled scientists.
Thirty-three scientists refuted the suggestion the universe began with a big "bounce" rather than a big bang.
Physicists say proton collisions can result in a large number of particles containing strange quarks—findings that challenge current theoretical models.
“If this is true, this is a moment of understanding of nature that it just overwhelms,” Linde says, his voice choked with emotion