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Apr12-14 02:54 PM
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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Found this on Woit's: http://www.arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0507171 Authors: S. W. Hawking Report-no: DAMTP-2005-66...
Jul31-05 08:49 AM
alias25
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Has anybody done something in the field, "Computer simulation of Polymer(organic) solar cells". I need facts to...
May7-09 01:54 AM
Gihan sky
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Haelfix pointed out the paper "Quantum Topologically Massive Gravity in de Sitter Space", which calculates a partition...
Jun3-11 07:33 PM
mitchell porter
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In Wilczek nobel acceptance talk http://arxiv.org/hep-ph/0502113 on page 21 right under equation (2) the...
Feb17-05 03:50 PM
marcus
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From http://www.physics.utoronto.ca/%7Ecolloq/...
May28-07 07:52 PM
marcus
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In string theory, a solution involving flat 10D space seems like a valid solution. The Universe could be described by...
Jan26-10 04:35 PM
arivero
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i know that gravitons supposedley "transfers" gravity between two particles, but can anyone tell me how gravitons...
May11-05 03:48 PM
selfAdjoint
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Is there any theory for which "elementary" particles are "small" black holes or/and for which the electron and the...
Feb25-12 03:13 AM
Blackforest
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In ordinary GR geometry, the Higgs field cannot play the rôle of the inflaton, so to imagine inflation one has to...
Mar15-09 02:56 AM
cristo
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Peter May and I are about to run a workshop on n-categories at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications: ...
Jun30-04 02:38 AM
rick1138
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I came across a curious site on this topic:...
Mar17-11 09:15 AM
Physics Monkey
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Another silly question here :) What are some of the cosmological observations a TOE must agree with? (I'm making a...
Jun24-11 08:40 AM
qsa
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This is an interesting hypothesis that doesn't seem to have been discussed yet. What are its flaws? Mark Hadley at...
Jul17-11 06:04 PM
apeiron
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several recent papers have cited Ashtekar and Lewandowski "Background Independent quantum gravity: a status report"...
Mar3-04 12:17 AM
marcus
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First question: Since a neutral Higgs boson is its own anti-particle, and has zero spin, it appears to have zero for...
Sep18-08 01:19 PM
masudr
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Hi, I have no knowledge of ST but have a probably simple question. I saw a program about how the extra dimensions of...
Mar23-10 05:57 PM
tom.stoer
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This is a proposal for a quantum theory of gravity and matter in which all physical parameters are determined and...
Nov4-10 05:24 AM
czes
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ok so in the cyclic model of the universe...two branes are colliding and this is causing big bangs every few trillion...
Dec21-10 05:03 AM
torquil
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Hello, i am given an action (only scalars) and i want to make it supersymmetric. Any hints? Do i simply add...
Oct17-11 01:58 AM
yola
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Geometric Models: E8, SO(10), Which ansatzs will prove to be right by CERN? 1. Ali H. Chamseddine and Alain Connes ,...
Dec7-07 10:41 AM
MTd2
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This is my first post and I’ve got some questions in regards to our universe. From what I’ve been reading it is known...
Jan25-04 06:29 PM
marcus
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Hi Experts, I have passed my MSc. Physics in 2000 from Punjab University Lahore Pakistan & working in Industrial...
Jan29-06 06:31 AM
Nasir Ali
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http://sciencewatch.com/dr/erf/maps/08decerfBaggETRFM/#156486489 This is an interesting development in String/M,...
Jan23-09 12:48 AM
marcus
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As far as I know there is no firm prediction of any Lorentz bending derived from mainstream Loop. The authorities on...
Aug24-09 11:11 PM
marcus
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This may seem like a naive question to some people. I had always heard that Lqg can easily incorporate...
Sep3-11 02:53 AM
tom.stoer
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New paper out today about supersymmetry in spin foam QG Spin foam is the leading non-string approach to quantum...
Oct20-07 02:05 AM
josh1
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We have had some discussion of this in earlier threads. Alain Connes et al have been able to derive the standard menu...
Feb18-08 08:58 PM
marcus
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Carlip has argued that the dimensional reduction in many apprroaches to quantum gravity is related to the BKL limit...
Apr5-12 05:00 PM
marcus
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How do we describe vibrating strinGs and branes? Is this connected with vibration of circular or quadratic membrane...
Jul1-11 08:54 AM
bapowell
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I read in Elegant Universe there is a 5th force predicted by the string theory. Anybody know what it is ?
Apr19-05 05:25 PM
DaveC426913
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I have a few questions about something I read in the transcript of Stephen Hawking's talk at GR17. He says that it has...
Aug27-04 11:43 AM
humanino
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My question is simple and straight forward - how does a 1-dimensional string "convert" to a zero-dimensional point...
Jan12-09 04:36 PM
derek.basler
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How does LQG work? I know there are gravitons in it but how do they interact with spacetime? Why is it a theory of...
May2-10 11:51 PM
tom.stoer
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As I understand it, the spin of anything is with respect to the background spacetime. So I have to wonder if the spin...
Sep18-12 11:51 PM
tom.stoer
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I watched the first half of the TV series a few months ago, and watched the rest just last night. I also asked for the...
Jan4-05 10:53 AM
beeper
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I have absolutely no idea how to do this, but tell me if it will theoretically work: Somehow 'slice' the membrane...
Jan8-08 03:10 PM
Toastus
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I have been recently reading a lot on Super Strings and M-Theory, and I discussed this with selfAdjoint earlier but he...
Apr17-04 02:17 PM
Javier
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So the Hamiltonian of the wave-function of the universe is equivalent to zero. Am I correct in interpreting this as a...
Aug29-09 09:49 AM
Finbar
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Are there any news regarding twistor theory? The original ideas by Penrose to replace spacetime by its "dual...
May27-11 06:29 PM
qsa
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Is somebody here involved with the causal set approach to QG? http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0309009 is a nice...
Sep27-09 09:56 AM
Carey
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