I'm disappointed that your article lacked a balanced perspective that would require including bosonic string theory supersymmetry in 26 dimensions. as theorized by Claud Lovelace.
I'm aware of the previous article written by Paul Halpern, Professor of Physics at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, PA. you published here about Lovelace relaxing the assumption that strings lived in a four-dimensional world.
Your persistence in holding to previous prejudices in physics while the existence of more than four dimensions is today generally accepted in modeling theory appears to be the source of my dissatisfaction.
An article addressing the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics would be appreciated. It would seem that there is plenty of room for them in 26 dimensions.