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1. ### Background independent framework

THANK YOU! That was really helpful.
2. ### Background independent framework

Okay do you have any recommendations for good sites on Google that explain it well. I know it involves non communative elements from the title, but why does it include non commutative elements?
3. ### Background independent framework

What are the basics of non commutative geometry and where is a good place to learn more about it?
4. ### String quantized lagrangian

And thank you for the advice I have studied QM. Although I have not studied QFT
5. ### String quantized lagrangian

Ya sorry I hate typos I meant time dependent.
6. ### String quantized lagrangian

Quantum field theory is the quantization of classical field theories like maxwells theory of the electromagnetic force
7. ### String quantized lagrangian

Hilbert space is the space of states.
8. ### String quantized lagrangian

Time independent equation governs the evolution of the wave function through time.
9. ### String quantized lagrangian

The schrodinger time dependent equation is the eigenequation for the Hamiltonian.
10. ### String quantized lagrangian

Raising and lowering operators, give one the immediately higher or lower eigenstate.
11. ### String quantized lagrangian

Quantization is the replacement of classical quantities (in the Hamiltonian) like momentum by their respective quantum operators. Thus quantization transforms a classical system into a quantum system equivalently a classical Hamiltonian is transformed into a quantum Hamiltonian. Quantum...
12. ### String quantized lagrangian

What is the quantized form of the strings lagrangian?
13. ### Gravitational attraction between two atoms

The Rumborack post is what I meant to quote before.

15. ### No-faster-than-light in the special relativity

He is asking pretty much is there a formula that works the same for angular velocities as linear velocities and whether it can be made relativistic and support the no faster than light principle.
16. ### No-faster-than-light in the special relativity

Your key is to find such a formula

18. ### Gravitational attraction between two atoms

But the law is being applied across light years.
19. ### Gravitational attraction between two atoms

And for question B no quantization has nothing to do with the calculation due to the g-force between the atoms being more than that of the force of one graviton.
20. ### Gravitational attraction between two atoms

And quantum gravity as it is currently formulated requires the existence of a graviton and therefore a quantization of gravity.
21. ### Gravitational attraction between two atoms

Picture this gravitons are waves of space time curvature. Propagation of the waves through objects in between the atoms doesn't deter them, it just bends the objects. The graviton waves will reach the other atom. For an example picture wave particle duality as in the earlier days of quantum...
22. ### String Theory

But that's precisely why we need another formulation to describe h and alpha deformations simultaneously.
23. ### Mass-energy and massless particles

I agree and see my error
24. ### Relation between inequalities for first and second derivatives

A simple counter example is F(x)= x ^2 G(x)= 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 x DF = 2x DG= 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 D^2F = 2 D^2G= 0 For x > 500,000,000,000,000,000 is not correct. For anything below those bounds it is right. The inequality you stated is only true under certain bounds because...
25. ### Invariance and relativity

This is interestingly how einstein proved e=mc^2.
26. ### Mass-energy and massless particles

Well there are several reasons why a photon is considered is considered massless . 1. Yes through experimentation. 2. Special Relativity implies it as shown below. - E = m(c^2)/ ( sqrt ( 1-(v^2/c^2)) Multiplying both sides by sqrt(1-(v^2/c^2)) E(1-(v^2/c^2))= m( c^2) Okay when v= c the E side...
27. ### Quaternion theory

Thank you, and ya for the longest time having not researched quaternions in depth, I always thought they were a 3-d version of the real numbers with three components. After reading the Wikipedia article on quaternion I understand Hamilton's motivation behind the four parts now.
28. ### String Theory

What do you mean?
29. ### The natural logarithm

Ya In(x) is what I mean