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Jul14-12 08:32 AM
ZapperZ
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announcements, btsm, event Sticky Thread Pinned: BtSM Event Announcements ( 1 2 3 ... Last)
This sticky is for announcements of pertinent scientific events, such as conferences, seminars, or public talks. This...
Apr12-14 02:54 PM
marcus
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"the programme for the consistent canonical part of the quantization of four-dimensional Einstein’s general realtivity...
Jul28-11 08:00 PM
marcus
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Spin of a 1-form (e.g. electromagnetic field) is 1. What is the spin of a p-form? (My first guess is p, but I know...
Jul28-11 03:28 AM
Demystifier
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Kempf gave a talk on this. I'll find the PIRSA link. I remember watching the whole video and being impressed. It may...
Jul29-11 05:17 PM
Naty1
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Freidel will be giving a talk in the online seminar ILQGS, about Relative Locality---the subject of this paper: ...
Aug12-11 02:41 AM
John86
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I am interested in going down that path, and i was wondering if you have any advice? I mean like which schools i...
Aug2-11 12:24 PM
unusualname
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Hi there PF :) Are there currently any physical theories trying to get rid of time, since time is not actually a...
Jul30-11 02:02 AM
Fra
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In the following equation: Γ^i ψ Does psi refer to the wavefunction? If not what does it refer to? Also, is i...
Jul30-11 03:49 AM
dimension10
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There was a discussion of what "AdS/LQG" could be, two months ago. Today, while puzzling over the appearance of...
Aug3-11 05:28 AM
mitchell porter
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I would like to have a glimpse of understanding of grand unificaction and all that. But before that, of course I...
Jul27-11 12:49 PM
Lapidus
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Hi there PF I have been thinking about Verlinde's entropic gravity in relation to AdS/CFT. In Verlinde's gravity,...
Jul26-11 04:25 AM
mitchell porter
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I chanced upon an argument in Misner, Thorne and Wheeler to the effect that the energy/momentum of the gravitational...
Jul21-11 12:52 AM
tom.stoer
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The context is: 1.5 Deterministic Chaos Chaos brings to mind many things: butterflies in South America changing...
Jul19-11 03:42 AM
Demystifier
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Hi everybody, I have been looking over a number of papers by Alexey Kryukov and I have some questions. I have been...
Jul20-11 03:03 AM
Demystifier
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Was Super String theory (theory that attempts to unite General Relativity and the Standard Model of particle physics)...
Jul20-11 03:09 AM
Demystifier
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Could however the quantum gravity works itself be the solution to the measurement problem? I'm not talking about...
Jul23-11 11:34 PM
dhillonv10
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Hi PF I was wondering about the problem of quantum gravity, and maybe the reason why we struggle so much with a...
Jul21-11 12:25 PM
dhillonv10
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I tried to ask Tommaso Dorigo and he doesn't know how to answer. So, it is something very non-conventional and so it...
Jul25-11 07:04 PM
MTd2
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Are there any theories of quantum gravity that don't incorporate gravitons?
Jul24-11 03:31 PM
Finbar
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I was reading the Scientific American latest edition and it was claimed that everything within the boundary of a...
Aug10-11 08:14 AM
geordief
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Hi, There is clearly an analogous relationship between Yang-Mills theories and LQG, for example the covariant...
Jul26-11 12:00 PM
marcus
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It now looks like the Immirzi parameter has a critical value which is determined numbertheoretically, not by the...
Jul27-11 10:23 PM
atyy
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In http://arxiv.org/abs/1010.1939, Eq 26 & 27, Rovelli used 2 limits to define the current spin foam models. But he...
Aug12-11 10:30 AM
marcus
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Anyone have any thoughts on BFL Ward's work? He claims to have found a perturbatively renormalizable QG theory by...
Jul29-11 03:24 PM
marcus
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Hi, I am looking for parts IV and V of the series of articles called "Momentum Maps and Classical Fields", these parts...
Jul30-11 10:20 PM
garrett
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E_p = \sqrt{\frac{\hbar c^5}{G}} But in many theories, like QEG, the G runs to infinity. So, actually, it should...
Aug6-11 01:25 AM
MTd2
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arXiv:1108.0079 Gravitational wave generation in loop quantum cosmology Paulo M. Sá, Alfredo B. Henriques ...
Aug2-11 07:51 AM
wolram
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I was reading a gauge field theory book and was told to refer to Quigg's Gauge Theories of the Strong, Weak, and...
Aug3-11 10:06 AM
qaok
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Sorry if this has already been discussed, i couldn't find any thing. arXiv:1108.0893 (cross-list from gr-qc) ...
Aug6-11 01:33 PM
marcus
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I am currently trying to read through Garret Lisi's paper, An Exceptionally Simple Theory of Everything, and am having...
Aug4-11 05:05 PM
Ben Niehoff
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1108.0868 A critical look at strings Authors: Carlo Rovelli (Submitted on 3 Aug 2011)...
Aug15-11 12:25 AM
Fra
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I know that in general the arrow of time does not itself reverse but is it possible for there to exist 'observers' in...
Aug8-11 02:16 AM
Fra
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As John Bell showed us a particle is not in a spin state until we measure it. So would a Graviton always be in a...
Aug9-11 02:01 PM
Vanadium 50
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Hi PF I was wondering, if Hawking radiation could have a different source than black-body radiation. I was...
Aug13-11 05:42 AM
mitchell porter
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That is the title of a 2002 paper by Balachandran Sathiapalan, who has been writing on this topic for 20 years. I...
Aug13-11 11:48 PM
mitchell porter
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Hello, this question will essentially concern quantum field theory in curved spacetime, and it has two parts to it. ...
Aug15-11 11:23 PM
femtofranco
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Hi guys i'm new here. I've got a lot of spare time at the moment so i was thinking of delving into physics a bit more....
Aug19-11 01:45 AM
jtbell
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone who really understands black hole complementarity can answer some questions for me. ...
Aug19-11 04:39 AM
Fra
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Hello, I am reading up on QFT in curved spacetimes, and am aware that states of QFT's in such spacetimes, have, in...
Aug18-11 12:17 PM
femtofranco
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I know that the physical meaning of SU3 and SU2 - you can change the places of the quarks or/and leptons and you will...
Aug20-11 02:37 AM
lpetrich
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Hi, I've developed a game, or some may say tool, that aids in the conceptualization and visualization of movement...
Aug20-11 07:35 PM
indydev
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