What is the reason to unite weak and electromagnetic interaction
What motivated the scientists to work on thatVanadium 50 said:Because that's how nature is.
Is my question too silly to expect such an answer?PeroK said:They liked the name!
No, it's too vague.koustav said:Is my question too silly to expect such an answer?
koustav said:What is the reason to unite weak and electromagnetic interaction
I was an undergraduate mathematics major, a course short of a physics minor, who reads a couple dozen physics papers a week and self-studies from textbooks as a hobby. After undergrad I sold out and became a lawyer, but physics is still a hobby.Delta2 said:This must have been the longest post I personally have seen here in PF and it explains things quite nicely imo (though I admit I can't understand all of it cause I feel i lack some educational background). @ohwilleke may I ask what is your educational background? If I judge by this post you must have at least a Master in some area of theoretical physics.
I blog. But, I don't research.RGevo said:Do you also do research or just study?
It sounds like you read more research papers a week than all the physicists i know do.