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Jul1412 08:32 AM
ZapperZ

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This sticky is for announcements of pertinent scientific events, such as conferences, seminars, or public talks. This...

Aug2014 11:17 AM
marcus

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Well, not new insights, but at least new paper and a new face:
http://arxiv.org/abs/1204.0328 Particle Physics from...

Apr712 08:45 AM
arivero

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how the decay of proton emerge from GUT Modles, did the group SO(10) contains gravity, or only the strong, weak and...

Apr812 05:47 PM
mwalmasri

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Suppose we can meld quarks into leptons and leptons into quarks vice versa. Consider the particles to all be the same,...

Apr812 08:30 PM
KyleStreet

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==sample quote==
It is especially wrong to talk about a mysterious “substance” to denote dark energy. The expression...

Apr912 12:32 PM
marcus

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which particles or phenomena in High energy physics make us needs Noncommutative Solitons in String Theory?

Apr912 01:49 PM
mwalmasri

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Hi Everyone,
:shy:
I read in some paper about the significance of GravitonGraviton Scattering as a theoretical tool...

Apr1012 01:31 AM
dpa

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In LQG the canonical variables are a SU(2) connection A, and the "electric" field E, such that they form a canonical...

Apr1212 05:44 PM
zwicky

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what is the the easiest way to learn standard model theory ?

Apr1412 08:57 AM
bapowell

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Hi,
In Birrel and Davies ch4 they write:
\langle \psi:T_{ab}:\psi \rangle =\langle \psiT_{ab}\psi \rangle...

Apr1412 11:45 AM
LAHLH

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The scientific method says that if experiments or observations falsify a theory, that theory must be rejected.
String...

Apr1612 04:21 PM
RoshanBBQ

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My understanding is that Fermi has results that show the mixing angle for neutrinos is not the same as the mixing...

Apr1812 02:51 AM
DrBenStill

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Hello all,
I am currently a Junior in High School with a deep interest in Physics/Mathematics, specifically in the...

Apr1812 10:28 AM
bapowell

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Einstein's General Realitivity acurately computed the precession of the perihelion of the Mercury, Schwinger's and...

Apr1912 07:03 AM
Berlin

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Please teach me this:
We know that there is a approximate symmetry of time T in physics(together with CP...

Apr1912 09:15 AM
ndung200790

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http://pirsa.org/12040059
Fine presentation today, room packed, good questions from audience (esp. from Turok but...

Apr2112 06:10 PM
marcus

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The appearance here of threads such as Causes of loss of interest in the String program and Is string theory really...

Apr2312 03:48 AM
Paulibus

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There is a natural way to formulate Loop quantum geometry as the dynamics of line defects in a flat vacuum. Just under...

Apr2312 09:10 AM
marcus

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I have read in a couple different places that the math that comes out of string theory has helped a couple of...

Apr2412 07:41 PM
redrum419_7

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I would like to discuss a puzzle I'm wondering about in loopy approaches to quantum gravity.
The puzzle is roughly...

Apr2512 02:38 AM
Demystifier

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What are the charges of the X and Y boson?
I've been looking through online material, and most doesn't mention...

Apr2512 07:47 AM
lpetrich

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Hello,
I am an amateur physics enthusiast and would like to pose a question to you.
It is my understanding that...

Apr2612 04:35 PM
mfb

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Tom's thread "Why I'm REALLY disappointed..." continues to get increasingly thoughtprovoking and informative. I...

Apr2712 01:10 PM
marcus

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I know that cosmic string have intense energy and are apparently leftovers from the big bang and can create a sort of...

Apr2712 05:12 PM
mwalmasri

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Can anyone give me a general sense of what the quantum master equation (or BV master equation) is and how it relates...

Apr2912 07:04 PM
fzero

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Has anyone read Sach's textbooks and papers?
What is incosistent in his approach, as far as I can tell there's...

Apr3012 09:17 PM
trango

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I was recently reading a small news article named Experiments Show Gravity Is Not an Emergent Phenomenon.
Linky.
...

May412 06:09 PM
Sigurdsson

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And is a black hole where strings stop vibrating? Like one membrane deadening the vibrations resonating from another...

May712 08:22 PM
Caracoid

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Just got this issue (also linked to from PF home page):
...

May812 06:09 AM
muinon

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Ashoke Sen has written a paper
http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.0971
which uses path integrals in Euclidean gravity to...

May912 07:47 PM
MTd2

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We currently have a thread about logarithmic corrections to the basic black hole entropy formula. I was thinking about...

May1012 11:42 AM
marcus

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Hello,
My name is Holly... I'm new here.... so i have no idea weather I put this in the right section! D:
......

May1412 12:23 PM
SakuraAi

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http://pirsa.org/12050061
Conformal Gravity and Black Hole Complementarity
Speaker(s): Gerard t'Hooft
Date:...

May1412 01:07 PM
marcus

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Dear PF,
Could you please advise me good detailed reference on Grand Unified Theories... especially I want to see...

May1512 02:06 AM
GeraldHoward

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Hi guys basically I'm in secondary school and my teacher started taling to me about the four forces in space which are...

May1612 03:50 PM
bapowell

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In the current long thread discussing string theory, arivero wrote:
I replied
So here is the promised thread....

May1812 03:04 AM
mitchell porter

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How can isotropy emerge in a 'salt' cellular automaton, since the automaton is constrained by the three axes?
Or...

May1812 06:08 PM
intervoxel

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Hi, I was working through a Twistor paper and it was explaining the link between holomorphic vector bundles and anti...

May1912 09:26 AM
sheaf

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Litim and Satz have just addressed a question I've long wondered about.
http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.4218
Limit...

May2112 08:21 AM
marcus

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http://www.gravityresearchfoundation.org/pdf/abstracts/2012abstracts.pdf
Ted Jacobson got honorable mention with this...

May2112 03:50 PM
DrChinese

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I've read that string theory suggests that black holes may be stringy fuzzballs without a singularity at the center....

May2312 12:01 AM
atyy

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