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# PhD studentship!

Posted Jun19-09 at 04:35 AM by malawi_glenn

So I finally made it to the PhD studentship in theoretical high energy physics!

Now I have a lot to learn, good to know what field I will be into the next 4years. I will mainly do supersymmetry and astroparticle physics. Thus, I will try to get a couple of good Standard Model and SUSY phenemology books and study them at the same time I improve my programming skills. My original plan was to learn QFT REALLY good, I have to postpone that til after I know the basic ingredients for my PhD projects.

Stay tuned
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1.  Good news! ...this PhD is so interesting Posted Jun23-09 at 07:24 AM by Ph...
2.  good for you mate..you must be so excited and relieved..i am also interested in doing phd in algebra or applied algebra...busy looking for colleges and preparing for exams and all! Posted Jun25-09 at 10:21 AM by zany8
3. ### try to avoid the errors.

No one took your place at [URL="http://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=2443586&postcount=44"]particle creation and annihilation and the remaining fields problem[/URL]

Now I present there calculations that proves my point.
It is even better than I thought.

[URL="http://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=2447610&postcount=19"] Here I [B]present[/B](*) you with the Evanescence hypothesis[/URL]

It is not yet on any textbook that you intended to recommend. If you read the papper you will discover the importance of that view (180º turn).

To CALCULATE the MASSES of Particles one can use the book of Douglas A. Pinnow - Our Resonant Universe. With plain electromagnetism ... ... and your teachers do not know how to calculate the masses.

I wish you well.

---- an aside ---
you write there "and everything else is Quantum theory (strong force, weak force and electromagnetism)."

But the world is NOT Quantic, its about Field. Yes ANALOG.
What is quantic is only the energy emited and received by 'particles' because they are resonators (field also).

There is a big error to try to extend the confortable use of quantic operators (an aproximation) to the underlying reality that is ondulatory.
My advice to a young investigator is "Use your head" and look always to alternate perspectives. Sometimes question the foundations because anything that we have for granted could be wrong.

(The power is not on computations, programs, ... but in our mind... )

Again The Best for you.
Posted Nov20-09 at 07:03 PM by heldervelez