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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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...
Aug20-14 11:17 AM
marcus
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Before posting anything, please review the Physics Forums Global Guidelines. If you are seeking help with a...
Jul14-12 08:32 AM
ZapperZ
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Hello everybody I noticed here are people knowing Loop Quantum Gravity. I am not a professional physicist but I like...
Jan22-10 11:18 AM
czes
12 2,126
I already tried this some month ago: Is there a list (paper, web-site, ...) of SUGRA theories containing the...
Jan22-10 07:39 AM
arivero
21 2,337
In general relativity we assume that connection is torsion free. However from a purely geometrical viewpoint, the...
Jan22-10 01:10 AM
tom.stoer
5 1,857
what problems are solved by the theory of 11 different dimensions instead of just 1-4 proposed in the m theory and...
Jan22-10 12:23 AM
clm321
10 1,679
Before I go and ask questions that many of you might be able to answer very easily, I'm letting everyone know that I...
Jan21-10 01:40 PM
arivero
7 1,457
If we start with minkowski spacetime in 4 dimensions and then add several curled up spatial dimensions attached at...
Jan21-10 08:34 AM
arivero
2 950
In string theory, what are the fundemental properties of a string? Is the tension in the string a constant at all...
Jan21-10 08:15 AM
arivero
5 1,595
Hi there, I 've recently looked at how the Nambu-Goto action of an open string can be derived from the proper area...
Jan19-10 04:07 PM
tom.stoer
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i don't know much about strings and branes, but i'm under the impression with branes there could be other universes...
Jan17-10 07:21 PM
matt010nj
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I thought I started a thread on this topic, but than I could not find it when I looked later, so here goes again. I...
Jan17-10 04:47 PM
Finbar
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Can someone please explain the holographic principle to me? I'm decent in my physics and math, so you don't need...
Jan16-10 10:17 AM
Finbar
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Ilja Schmelzer, the author of http://arxiv.org/gr-qc/0205035 just introduced himself in one of the Philosophy...
Jan15-10 09:33 AM
Vanadium 50
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Hello all. I am currently reading 'The Elegant Universe' and I'm puzzled by one key thing that is really starting...
Jan15-10 03:35 AM
Fra
6 1,664
To be more specific I mean the 3 familiar spacial dimensions not extra ones(unless I guess they are large enough for...
Jan14-10 04:03 AM
arivero
5 2,009
In this text is explained why our universe exists and why there are nature’s laws. The explanation is given in two...
Jan13-10 11:39 AM
p-brane
1 1,293
Has anybody studied this paper? http://arxiv.org/abs/0909.0212v4 Comprehensive Solution to the Cosmological...
Jan13-10 11:31 AM
p-brane
6 2,479
The logic of spin-2 gravitons is that GR predicts gravitational waves, and in QM, all waves are also particles. ...
Jan12-10 02:43 AM
arivero
21 3,864
In the news there is a lot of "past 10 years", from Bush v.s Gore and 9-11, to Iraq and electing first Black...
Jan8-10 12:21 AM
marcus
1 1,089
Since there are several people here who intently follow the developements of LQG, I was wondering if someone could...
Jan7-10 11:25 PM
marcus
12 2,434
Three new papers appeared this week which strongly reinforce the Loop program. 1. The Ashtekar Sloan paper shows...
Jan7-10 10:34 PM
ensabah6
13 2,133
If I'm correct in thinking the universe is made up of one dimensional strings: a) what do the stings in the normal 3...
Jan7-10 02:45 PM
Pjpic
0 1,048
Strings live in 9+1 world, M, 10+1 one line of criticism is string theory is unable to account for the number of...
Jan7-10 10:07 AM
arivero
20 2,762
It is my understanding that in string theory, loop quantum gravity, the 'asymptotic safety' approach, and in...
Jan6-10 04:21 AM
tom.stoer
5 2,696
We will get a chance to gauge the progress in LQG---how far along they are in dealing with the main outstanding...
Jan6-10 04:15 AM
tom.stoer
5 1,745
I've heard a lot about AdS/CFT lately as an approach to solve strongly coupled field theories such as QCD and...
Jan6-10 04:04 AM
tom.stoer
5 2,334
Can anyone help me with explaining what is Brane Tension (t_3) I'm reading an article on cosmology, and I need to...
Jan5-10 05:53 AM
Chalnoth
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what odds do you guys give the L8 theory of everything being correctly proven at the LHC?
Jan4-10 02:21 PM
cary cato
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I'm trying to understand why asymptotic safety is a reasonable approach to quantum gravity. Here is my present...
Jan4-10 02:13 PM
marcus
21 3,500
As far as I know a D0 brane is same as a point particle. If that is true then its presence in string theory would go...
Jan4-10 10:29 AM
ddimensions
1 1,248
Of these twelve candidates, please indicate the paper or papers which you think will contibute most significantly to...
Jan3-10 10:07 AM
atyy
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Smolin and Rovelli and Ashketar point out that loop formalism can be extended to supersymmetry and to higher...
Jan3-10 03:56 AM
tom.stoer
13 2,283
Bee Hossenfelder had an interesting discussion of the term "emergent" back in mid 2008:...
Jan2-10 07:35 AM
Fra
2 2,042
Can you suggest any lecture notes/review articles/free books available in the internet at introductory level and which...
Dec31-09 10:04 AM
chrispb
5 3,917
Interesting development. We already knew nonstring QG at UC Davis, but hadn't heard of LQG research in the UC Berkeley...
Dec30-09 08:58 PM
marcus
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5 years ago you could think of CDT and AsymSafe as part of a group of approaches called "Loop and allied QG". The...
Dec30-09 07:01 PM
ensabah6
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Does a given lattice of a torus (either twisted or untwisted) admit only certain orbifolds - ie. only specific N of...
Dec30-09 05:20 PM
crackjack
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http://arxiv.org/abs/0704.0646 I predict that this paper will become famous and frequently cited, not only by those...
Dec30-09 07:13 AM
pellman
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Do we all remember Feynman's "Single Electron Conjecture" that states, basically, that a single electron moving back...
Dec30-09 02:57 AM
Demystifier
9 2,890
I would have thought this standard crackpottery, but evidently it won "Best New Paper" from the University of Liege in...
Dec29-09 07:05 PM
Metamite
10 12,141
Kaku is famous for promoting string/M-theory in a variety of books from hyperspace to physics of impossible, to name a...
Dec29-09 05:45 PM
atyy
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