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    Probability of particle to exceed C?

    Is there a small probability for a particle or a photon to appear slightly exceed the speed of light?
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    The birth of spacetime atoms as the passage of time

    http://arxiv.org/pdf/1405.3492v1.pdf The birth of spacetime atoms as the passage of time The view that the passage of time is physical finds expression in the classical sequential growth models of Rideout and Sorkin in which a discrete spacetime grows by the partially ordered accretion of new...
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    Big Bang, Blowup, and Modular Curves: Algebraic Geometry in Cosmology

    http://arxiv.org/abs/1402.2158 Big Bang, Blowup, and Modular Curves: Algebraic Geometry in Cosmology Yuri I. Manin, Matilde Marcolli (Submitted on 10 Feb 2014 (v1), last revised 9 Jul 2014 (this version, v3)) We introduce some algebraic geometric models in cosmology related to the...
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    Black hole fireworks: quantum-gravity effects outside the horizon spar

    http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.0989 White hole anyone?..^^ "...intense gravity creates a horizon, but it is not an event horizon. It is locally like an horizon, but not globally. So, matter is trapped for a while, but not forever; it is called sometimes a “trapping” horizon."-CR
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    Death and Resurrection of the Zero-th Principle of Thermo

    ..Quick rundown on 0-th principle of thermodynamics in relation to GR and QM. Some insight on LQC-(slide to 19:07) using quantum state 'of' time in a semi-classical approximation. Fun way to think of things.^^
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    Competing model on Firewall Paradox

    http://arxiv.org/abs/1401.4097 Fuzzball "The fuzzball construction resolves the black hole information paradox by making spacetime end just before the horizon is reached. But if there is no traditional horizon, then do we lose the elegant relations of black hole thermodynamics? Using an...
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    Exotic atoms hold clues to unsolved physics puzzle at the dawn of the

    "...... the first direct evidence of pear shaped nuclei in exotic atoms. The findings could advance the search for a new fundamental force in nature that could explain why the Big Bang created more matter than antimatter—-a pivotal imbalance in the history of everything." Any insights...
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    Good pop-sci program for kids (10 and above)

    Hi Guys! Any recommendation/reviewed material of somewhat good and less deceiving pop-sci programs. Thanks and appreciated. :blushing:
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    Similarities of negative absolute temperature to dark energy?

    “The inverted Boltzmann distribution is the hallmark of negative absolute temperature; and this is what we have achieved,” says Ulrich Schneider. “Yet the gas is not colder than zero kelvin, but hotter,” as the physicist explains: “It is even hotter than at any positive temperature – the...
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    Dark flow inquiry and question

    Good day guys. I've been reading articles on cosmology. And i stumbled upon a case on dark flow. Besides wiki, google and some sites which i can't tell if it's reliable or not, etc? Where can i find some good valid reads on that matter. Any latest consensus published...
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    Observable universe and events between vast distances

    Hi Guys. I would like to ask what is the very nature of event in the same moment given a vast distances. Considering Point A (earth)-vast distance-Point B (galaxies). Would be possible that the event we're observing already happened long before it reaches us and may not exist at this very...
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