String theory expounds that the Universe is composed of minute vibrating quantum strings. These strings exist in a medium of eleven dimensions of spacetime. There are the traditional three Euclidean spatial dimensions with the fourth time dimension and seven other unseeable spatial dimensions. The unobservable dimensions are rolled up in what are referred to by some theorist as Calabi-Yau shapes. These seven become adjustable parameters that allow for different mathematical configurations, but since unobservable, they are immune to investigation. Each rolled-up dimension becomes an adjustable parameter for various versions of the theory. As a consequence, there are millions of potential permutations for the theory’s universal solution.