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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...
Jul27-14 12:49 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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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
7 2,072
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
3 2,070
Is there a Lagrangian from which the modified Maxwell equations including a magnetic charge density (magnetic...
Apr4-13 06:14 AM
sheaf
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To everyone, Being new to string theory (m-theory) this theory is not completely clear to me. I'd be like if some...
Sep27-04 08:08 AM
aekanshchumber
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In the Wikipedia article "Quantum Gravity", it claims that there is some experimental motivation for finding a quantum...
Sep11-12 08:03 AM
atyy
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I've been reading up on gauge theory and it isn't easy. Can someone give me an easy summary of its fundamental scope...
Feb3-13 02:56 PM
Naty1
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http://science.uniserve.edu.au/school/curric/stage6/phys/space/relativ.html There are many, many sites on the web...
Nov21-03 12:16 PM
marcus
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Please post suggestions for what could turn out to be "Most Influential Paper" that you see between now and June. ...
Jun26-06 10:10 AM
marcus
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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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Any experts in using SOFTSUSY (the tool) here?
Dec5-11 01:55 AM
chrispb
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Hi, there is the following workshop this summer at Stony Brook: ...
Feb7-06 06:00 AM
Stefan Fredenhagen
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An interesting property of the Unruh effect is that the very existence of particles depends on a frame. Unruh...
Apr27-09 03:24 AM
Demystifier
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Thank you Marcus for spotting this paper. Fotini Markopoulou takes a non reductionist view of planckian physics in...
Dec2-10 06:09 AM
John86
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Iím struggling to put the Higgs mechanism into the context of established physics. It seems to me that the concept of...
Oct26-12 01:30 AM
tom.stoer
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this is the September conference that Francesca told us about, we have a bit more information about it now, like the...
Jan22-07 04:39 PM
francesca
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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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I want to recommend the following paper to anyone who wants the spec up on Renormalization Group flows, fixed points,...
Oct10-06 10:26 PM
Chronos
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I read somewhere that a system consisting of a single black hole contains the maximum possible amount of entropy...
Sep27-06 01:42 PM
TriTertButoxy
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This thread is in case discussion of the following paper is wished. http://arxiv.org/abs/1102.0954 The Holst Action...
May12-11 07:15 AM
nicoo
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We often talk of the possibilities of discovering TOE, through such things as string theory. And I have heard some of...
Aug25-04 04:03 PM
humanino
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I decided to start this thread and it can be moved to wherever people might feel it appropriate, under the heading of...
Sep2-04 08:05 PM
Mike2
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What I understand mathematically: The Polyakov action has three symmetries of the world...
Oct9-04 12:04 PM
naunzer
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I wasn't certain if this topic strictly belonged in the GR forum. I have read the article 'Singular disk of matter...
Feb8-08 10:18 PM
shalayka
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I came across an interesting discussion about LQG's philosophy (through Googling "Cauchy surface" and "loop quantum...
Dec1-08 03:34 AM
atyy
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Okay so if we assume strings (as described in superstring theory or M theory) are about the size of plank length, then...
Mar16-11 01:53 AM
MathematicalPhysicist
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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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String theory requires 9 spatial dimensions, M-theory 10. One followup to Verlinde's paper is this: ...
Feb3-10 08:01 AM
dark_energy
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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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I came across a curious site on this topic:...
Mar17-11 09:15 AM
Physics Monkey
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Canonical theories of gravities imply a foliation of spacetime into 3 hypersurfaces, each one labeled by time and...
Dec27-12 10:25 AM
marcus
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Hi All :smile:, I have a question which is at least partly one of believe but I would be interested in your...
Nov16-06 03:00 PM
william donnelly
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This is very interesting, is it the first proposed method (that is within reasonable energy for particle accelerators)...
Oct16-12 01:00 PM
Nano-Passion
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Does string theory provide an explanation for the collapse of the wave function in QM? Thank you in advance for...
Nov16-06 05:12 AM
Demystifier
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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...
Apr7-12 08:45 AM
arivero
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String theory takes a lot of its motivation fron the conformal anomaly, and the way to get rid of it. Can somebody...
Jul18-06 05:00 AM
Alexey Popov
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Just a stupid question (?), I have read about planck time, length, etc... as possible smallest measurable elements of...
Feb25-07 12:37 PM
marcus
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************************************************************* http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AstroDeep/17 CSL-1...
Jan26-06 06:37 PM
Rich Murray
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Bryce Seligman DeWitt, Jane and Roland Blumberg Professor in Physics, Emeritus, at the University of Texas of Austin,...
Oct1-04 10:54 PM
marcus
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This paper is dated to the 23rd of December, and seems to be a nice idea... http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0312278
Jan10-04 01:47 PM
Ernies
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Sorry this is all a bit condensed, but people seem interested in this mass gap question so here are some more...
Nov24-04 02:44 PM
Kea
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