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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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Question above. Also, do you imagine time as a substance inside space, or, like a consequence of distance? How do you...
Feb6-10 03:31 PM
torquil
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Is there any study of how much entropy exists in a particle? For example, is there any connection between the quantum...
Feb5-04 08:28 AM
Mike2
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STRING THEORY J.L.F. Barbon Department of Physics, Theory Division, CERN Geneva Abstract "This is a rendering of...
Apr26-04 09:28 AM
selfAdjoint
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Can any, qg or string theory reproduce dark matter ?
Jul28-06 05:27 AM
mojocujo
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Topological Strings = 3 Superstrings = 10 Bosonic strings 26 Tensionless strings = arbitrary Do you know of any...
Jan14-09 09:28 AM
Demystifier
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I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right place, but either way I was doing some research earlier and I came...
Feb16-12 03:53 PM
jtbell
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So one can even have "beyond standard Thermodynamics" :biggrin: I just came across this and it seems interesting. ...
May31-13 10:21 AM
RonL
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1312.2007 The Amplituhedron Nima Arkani-Hamed, Jaroslav Trnka (Submitted on 6 Dec 2013)...
Feb12-14 04:47 AM
ovidiu69
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http://mail.df.unipi.it/~elze/DICE2006.html Francesca just called our attention to this conference which has an...
Jun12-06 05:09 AM
CarlB
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http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0610571 On the Problem of Detecting Quantum-Gravity Based Photon Dispersion in...
Oct21-06 12:06 PM
marcus
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Does anybody roughly now the basics of why you can have hairy black holes in more than 4 D? Thanks :)
May14-09 11:38 PM
ExactlySolved
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I keep seeing references to UV and IR in references to string theory and quantum gravity. This seems to come up in...
Oct7-10 06:13 PM
marcus
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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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I've just found a review of m-theory which should be very interested for you. http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0509137 ...
Sep21-05 10:52 AM
ohwilleke
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I was wondering if my understanding of string theory was right and if not could someone please correct me. 1.)Is...
Jan15-09 10:02 PM
humanino
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Hi, i'm a new member who has just embarked on my journey into Quantum Mechanics and String Theory. I was a grade A...
Aug28-09 04:12 AM
Victor.Nyeste
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Point is, Huerta and Baez, building upon the shoulders of M-theoretists, show us that susy is more relevant that just...
Mar15-12 12:19 PM
arivero
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Hi guys I m new to his forums o I hope I post this in the right place. I have a questions about the 11 dimension....
Aug13-12 02:14 PM
Zix
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Dispute chez les physiciens
Jun21-07 11:57 AM
nitin
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Hi together, there are two more conferences in autumn: http://wsrtn06.na.infn.it/ and...
Mar22-06 04:00 AM
Gabriele Honecker
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this just out: http://arxiv.org/gr-qc/0406042 Oscillatory Universes in Loop Quantum Cosmology and Initial...
Jun12-04 01:27 AM
marcus
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I just read in The Trouble with Physics that the Gamma Ray Large Area Telescope was scheduled to launch in the summer...
Jul16-07 06:05 PM
marcus
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It would be nice if we had a transcript of the very interesting KITP video of a couple of days ago (20 October)...
Oct22-06 08:02 PM
Haelfix
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Hi, sorry if this is a daft question, but it's something i've often wondered about. why is it that the extra spacial...
Dec27-07 02:19 PM
Gokul43201
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How useful is the framework of minimal Conformal Field Theory (ie. CFTs with finite primary fields) in String Theory?...
Jul13-09 01:53 PM
crackjack
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Does anyone here have any information as to the contents of the presentation recently given by Eric Weinstein in...
May31-13 04:18 AM
Markus Hanke
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Dear PFers, I am looking for a way to visualize SU(3). I have heard from a friend (who heard it as a rumor) that...
May8-09 01:26 AM
Franca.Jones
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Hi. Can anyone explain me the recent trends in string theory with the reference of the main papers? (last mounths)...
Mar22-06 04:00 AM
Blake Stacey
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What do people here think about Tim Palmer's Invariant Set Postulate? ...
Oct13-11 07:39 PM
TGlad
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In my Book (Becker, Becker, Schwarz) it is stated (eq 3.23) that the holomorphic component of the EM tensor is given...
Apr24-07 09:36 AM
Demystifier
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Hey folks, I just had a thought I wanted to share with you guys. Just to review first the idea of Large extra...
Nov7-08 10:54 PM
robousy
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I have just seen this: http://www.fma.if.usp.br/~rivelles/Rede_Tematicos/workshop.html NEW TRENDS IN QUANTUM...
Jul29-09 01:28 PM
ccdantas
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Hello, I did not know where to post this, so my apologies in advance and move it if necessary. But could anyone...
May25-12 06:54 PM
Alcubierre
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This paper - http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.3816 - by Beckenstein is fascinating. I would like to know if the experimental...
Nov25-12 11:15 AM
marcus
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Tom.stoer recently started a thread to collect ideas on the topic of stringy dislike of LQG. I thought that was a...
Jun29-09 05:33 PM
atyy
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Hi there.. If was wondering about the relation between information and entropy, in the following context. The way...
Jun24-04 12:25 PM
skowalcz
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Why do strings only have one dimension (or maybe branes have 2 dimensions)? Why aren't oscillating volumes (like a...
Jan27-09 03:14 PM
Coin
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To make a grand unified theory "complete", does it have to involve gravity? If gravity is more of a warp of...
Jun28-11 03:38 PM
PieOperator
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In chapter 4 of Bailin & Love, Supersymmetric gauge field theory and string theory, the authors state that...
Mar31-08 03:51 PM
blechman
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Is it possible to define gravitons corresponding to flat spacetime? If so, how? Flat spacetme has zero curvature. How...
Mar10-09 10:36 AM
arroy_0205
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