Found some symmetry (breaking) phenomena in complex physical mathematical systems; is there a possibility that symmetry breaking is occuring?

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Found some symmetry (breaking) phenominon in complex physical mathematical system, is there a possibility symmetry breaking is occuring?
In some experiments of a complex physical mathematical system, we found some symmetry phenomenon, very similar as symmetry breaking phenomenon, say, as translatable sysmmetry etc. These symmetry (breaking) phenomenon occurs in most of the parts of the system or some parts of the system. Can you say symmetry breaking is occuring in this system? You can think it as a voting. Do you support or deny it is occuring? Or give a probability that you think it is occuring. Thanks in advance!
 

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Welcome to PhysicsForums. :smile:
In some experiments of a complex physical mathematical system, we found some symmetry phenomenon very similar as symmetry breaking phenomenon, say, as translatable sysmmetry etc.
Can you post links to the journal articles describing these experiments? That will help to facilitate the discussion. Thank you.
 
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Sorry, mentor. Factually our experiments are still in the labs and we have not published any paper about it yet Factually it is a complex physical mathematical system. And we know the total entropy of it is decreasing. Then in the experiment we found some symmetry phenomenon, say, translatable symmetry, very similar to, or at least a little similar to the process of water(or silica) freezing into ice(or glass) where symmetry breaking is occuring. .
 
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This is way too vague...
 
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And we know the total entropy of it is decreasing.
If your system is not closed you'll need to describe the environment too (in addition to the system, that is still completely unclear). But if this is not published, and you think it is something new, please do publish it first. Once it passed peer review we can discuss it here.
 
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our experiments are still in the labs and we have not published any paper about it yet
Sorry, per our rules we cannot discuss it at this point. We do not give any sort of pre-publication support, advice, or feedback. Once it has been published in the scientific literature, then we can discuss it here. Until then, this thread is closed.
 

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