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  • Question about extragalactic stellar motion

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  • Relative speed of two oppositely directed light beams

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  • How to Find the "Net Change Ring Area Ratio" for the Zeeman Effect

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  • Heisenberg equation of motion -- Partial derivative question

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  • What can quantum agents know about each other? by Renato Renner

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  • Round Table on 'Varieties of Realism in Quantum Physics' by Alexia Aufféves, Chris Fuchs, Wayne C. Myrvold

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    Quantum Limits of Knowledge 2021 Tuesday 30th March, 2021 Discussions on quantum mechanics often assume that an epistemic interpretation of the wave function (or the Hilbertspace's state) is incompatible with realism and requires an instrumentalist view of science. I show that this is a mistake. Quantum mechanics can be interpreted without makeing reference to observers, agents, or knowledge, but without wavefunction realism either. Keywords: #quantum #interpretations #realism

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    Quantum Limits of Knowledge 2021 Tuesday 30th March, 2021 We argue that in canonical quantum gravity there is no fundamental Born rule at the level of the Wheeler-DeWitt equation, and that an effective Born rule emerges only in the Schrödinger approximation for quantum systems on a classical spacetime background. Furthermore, we show that small quantum-gravitational corrections to the Schrödinger equation can render the Born rule unstable. These results are shown to arise naturally in the de Broglie-Bohm pilot-wave formulation of canonical quantum gravity. Keywords: #quantum #gravity #probability #measurement

  • Present and Future Precision Tests of Spontaneous Collapse Models by Angelo Bassi

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  • Simple reasoning that the equivalence principle suggests curvature

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  • Is time really moving backwards?

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  • Using exoplanets as dark matter detectors

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    Skip to content Menu Menu Find Us on Google News Bloggers Topics Contribute Contact ScienceBlog.com Menu Find Us on Google News Bloggers Topics Contribute Contact Using exoplanets as dark matter detectors April 28, 2021 Ohio State University In the continuing search for dark matter in our universe , scientists believe they have found a unique and powerful detector : . exoplanets In a new paper , two astrophysicists suggest dark matter could be detected by measuring the effect it has on the temperature of exoplanets , which are planets outside our solar . system This could provide new insights into dark matter , the mysterious substance that can†t be directly observed , but which makes up roughly 80 of the mass of the . universe “We believe there should be about 300 billion exoplanets

  • Changing curvature as a universe evolves

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  • Calculating flux density of radio telescope

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  • Feynman Diagrams, are these allowed?

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  • What's the deal with plasma physicists setting heat cap. ratio to 3?

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  • What happens to the electrons in a Bose-Einstein Condensate?

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  • Some questions about Wheeler's delayed choice experiment

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  • Three Arguments for Wave Function Realism by Alyssa Ney

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    Quantum Limits of Knowledge 2021 Monday 29th March, 2021 Wave function realism is an interpretative framework for quantum theories which recommends taking the central ontology of these theories to consist of the quantum wave function, understood as a field on a high-dimensional space. I will present and evaluate three standard arguments for wave function realism and clarify the sort of ontological framework these arguments support. Keywords: #quantum #interpretations #wavefunction #realism

  • Music feat. Data: Sonification of Science

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    . : Skip to main content Physics Buzz brought to you by the American Physical Society Subscribe Subscribe to this blog Subscribe Search Search This Blog Music feat . Data : Sonification of Science April 21, 2021 By Allison Kubo Hutchison Graphs are the bread and butter of scientists . We love them . Lines plots , bar graphs , line plots . Visual representations of data are the default on science . However , sonification , the transformation of data into sound rather than images has been gaining interest . One reason is that our ears actually have better time resolution than our eyes . This means we can hear more small changes over time than we can see . The eye only perceives a small range of frequencies visible light which ranges between 400-790 THz . However , hearing can pick our sounds

  • Physicists Announce First Results of Fermilab Muon g-2 Experiment

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    Skip to main content Physics Buzz brought to you by the American Physical Society Subscribe Subscribe to this blog Subscribe Search Search This Blog Physicists Announce First Results of Fermilab Muon g-2 Experiment April 15, 2021 By Hannah Pell On 7 April 2021, physicists at Fermi National Laboratory announced the first results of their Muon g-2 g minus 2” experiment , which have hinted that muons may behave in a way not predicted by the Standard Model , a self-consistent yet incomplete theory of fundamental particles and their interactions . You can picture a muon like a tiny , spinning top they act as if they have an internal magnet , twirling around in response to an applied magnetic field . The strength of a muon's internal magnet is known as the g-factor a dimensionless quantity

  • Finished Some Things

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    I’ve now finished with two things that I’ve been working on over the last year or so: The paper explaining my proposal for “Twistor Unification” is now done and uploaded to the arXiv, see here. I’ve finished lecturing for the … Continue reading →

  • Are Diamonds Really Forever? Quantum Mechanics says yes

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    Skip to main content Physics Buzz brought to you by the American Physical Society Subscribe Subscribe to this blog Subscribe Search Search This Blog Are Diamonds Really Forever Quantum Mechanics says yes April 02, 2021 By Allison Kubo Hutchison Synthetic diamond created using vapour deposition process . Steve Jurvetson Apollo synthetic diamond CC BY 2.0 In late 1940, the Debeers Diamond company started using the slogan Diamonds are forever” to popularize diamond engagement rings . What they didn’t know is that in terms of quantum mechanics that might be true . Diamonds are formed of pure carbon with the atoms arranged tetrahedrally in a strong , rigid crystal structure . They are the hardest known material meaning that they have a hardness of 70-150 GPa in the Vickers Hardness test This

  • Math Challenge - April 2021

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  • Twistor Unification

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    I’ve finally finished writing up a new version of some ideas that I first wrote about here last summer. The latest draft is here, I may set up a web page with more info here. Several people had very helpful … Continue reading →

  • What’s a Hedgehog Got to Do with Condensed Matter Physics?

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    Skip to main content Physics Buzz brought to you by the American Physical Society Subscribe Subscribe to this blog Subscribe Search Search This Blog What’s a Hedgehog Got to Do with Condensed Matter Physics March 29, 2021 By : Hannah Pell Pictures are a helpful way to express abstract ideas . Whether through Gedanken experiment s like the famous Schroedinger’s Cat or Feynman diagrams some of which have been described as penguin diagrams physicists often draw on everyday language , sketches , and well , animals , to characterize complex scientific theories . You can take a quick visit to the Particle Zoo and see more examples for yourself . Hedgehogs have also entered the condensed matter physics vocabulary . Papers with titles such as Topological Transport of Deconfined Hedgehogs in

  • The Future of Fundamental Physics

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    IAS director Robbert Dijkgraaf will be giving the CERN colloquium tomorrow, with the title The Future of Fundamental Physics. Here’s the abstract: The reports of the death of physics are greatly exaggerated. Instead, I would argue, we are living in … Continue reading →

  • The problem with Mathematics in Physics

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    Menu Insights Blog Browse All Articles Physics Articles Physics Tutorials Physics Guides Physics FAQ Math Articles Math Tutorials Math Guides Math FAQ Education Articles Education Guides Bio Chem Articles Technology Guides Computer Science Tutorials Forums Hot Threads Featured Threads Log in Register What's new Search Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread Search titles only : By Search Advanced search… Menu Log in Register Navigation More options Contact us Close Menu JavaScript is disabled . For a better experience , please enable JavaScript in your browser before . proceeding Forums The Lounge General Discussion The problem with Mathematics in Physics Thread starter Tanelorn Start date Today , 2:58 PM Tags maths in physics Today , 2:58 PM 1 Tanelorn 868 13 Summary : The

  • New Spaces in Mathematics and Physics

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  • breaking symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 09 24 15 Citizen scientists published Amateurs and professionals share the credit in the newest publications from the Space Warps . project 07 23 15 A new first for T2K The Japan-based neutrino experiment has seen its first three candidate electron . antineutrinos 07 14 15 LHC physicists discover five-quark particle Pentaquarks are no longer just a . theory 06 16 15 OPERA catches fifth tau neutrino The OPERA experiment's study of tau neutrino appearance has reached the level of discovery . rdquo 06 03 15 LHC arrives at the next energy frontier Data collection has officially begun at the Large Hadron . Collider 05 21 15 LHC achieves

  • symmetry magazine dimensions of particle physics

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication latest news 03 11 21 Quanta Quantum mischief rewrites the laws of cause and effect Spurred on by quantum experiments that scramble the ordering of causes and their effects , some physicists are figuring out how to abandon causality . altogether 03 11 21 Ars Technica Researchers measure the gravity exerted by a 90 milligram object We've measured the pull between two gold spheres , each 2 millimeters . across 03 10 21 Nature Giant ice cube hints at the existence of cosmic antineutrinos Evidence of a rare neutrino-interaction process called the Glashow resonance has been observed by a detector buried deep in the Antarctic ice opening

  • breaking symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 09 24 15 Citizen scientists published Amateurs and professionals share the credit in the newest publications from the Space Warps . project 07 23 15 A new first for T2K The Japan-based neutrino experiment has seen its first three candidate electron . antineutrinos 07 14 15 LHC physicists discover five-quark particle Pentaquarks are no longer just a . theory 06 16 15 OPERA catches fifth tau neutrino The OPERA experiment's study of tau neutrino appearance has reached the level of discovery . rdquo 06 03 15 LHC arrives at the next energy frontier Data collection has officially begun at the Large Hadron . Collider 05 21 15 LHC achieves

  • Archive symmetry magazine

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  • Archive symmetry magazine

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  • Archive symmetry magazine

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  • Citizen scientists published symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication Citizen scientists published 09 24 15 By Manuel Gnida Amateurs and professionals share the credit in the newest publications from the Space Warps . project When amateur astronomer Julianne Wilcox first moved and traded the star-covered firmament of Petervale , South Africa , for the light-cluttered sky of London , she feared that she would no longer be able to indulge in her passion for . astronomy Then she discovered a new way of doing what she loves : online citizen science projects that engage amateurs like her in the analysis of real astronomical . data Wilcox is one of 37,000 citizen scientists involved in two papers accepted

  • LHC arrives at the next energy frontier symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication LHC arrives at the next energy frontier 06 03 15 By Katie Elyce Jones Data collection has officially begun at the Large Hadron . Collider Maximilien Brice , CERN Today the Large Hadron Collider began collecting data for the first time in two . years The world's most powerful particle accelerator powered back on in April and saw its first record-energy collisions in May . Today it began colliding particles at a steady rate to provide data for . research This time around , the LHC is colliding particles at 13 trillion electronvolts , a 60 percent boost from its 2012 record of 8 . TeV Because we have higher energy , more particles are

  • LHC experiments first to observe rare process symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication LHC experiments first to observe rare process 05 13 15 A joint result from the CMS and LHCb experiments precludes or limits several theories of new particles or . forces Maximilien Brice , CERN Two experiments at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN have combined their results and observed a previously unseen subatomic . process As published in the journal Nature this week , a joint analysis by the CMS and LHCb collaborations has established a new and extremely rare decay of the B s particle a heavy composite particle consisting of a bottom antiquark and a strange quark into two muons . Theorists had predicted that this decay would

  • LHC sees first low-energy collisions symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication LHC sees first low-energy collisions 05 05 15 By Sarah Charley The Large Hadron Collider is back in the business of colliding . particles ATLAS collaboration Today low-energy protons met in the hearts of the four Large Hadron Collider experiments . These test collisions will help the ALICE , ATLAS , CMS and LHCb collaborations calibrate their detectors in preparation for the high-energy collisions scheduled for early . June Our detectors need to be able to distinguish between two particles separated by about the width of a human hair , rdquo says Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory researcher Greg Rakness , run coordinator for the

  • breaking symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 04 21 15 Mu2e breaks ground on experiment Scientists seek rare muon conversion that could signal new . physics 04 15 15 AMS results create cosmic ray puzzle New results from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer experiment defy our current understanding of cosmic . rays 04 14 15 LSST construction begins The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will take the most thorough survey ever of the Southern . sky 04 13 15 DES releases dark matter map The Dark Energy Survey's detailed maps may help scientists better understand galaxy . formation 04 10 15 LHC breaks energy record The Large Hadron Collider has beaten its own world record for accelerating

  • breaking symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 03 24 15 LHC will not restart this week Engineers and technicians may need to warm up and recool a section of the accelerator before they can introduce . particles 03 20 15 The LHC does a dry run Engineers have started the last step required before sending protons all the way around the renovated Large Hadron . Collider 03 17 15 Experiments combine to find mass of Higgs The CMS and ATLAS experiments at the Large Hadron Collider joined forces to make the most precise measurement of the mass of the Higgs boson . yet 03 10 15 Scientists find rare dwarf satellite galaxy candidates Newly discovered galaxies could present scientists with

  • breaking symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 12 10 14 First LHC magnets prepped for restart A first set of superconducting magnets has passed the test and is ready for the Large Hadron Collider to restart in . spring 12 05 14 Einstein papers go digital More than 5000 documents collected by the Einstein Papers Project are now freely available . online 11 26 14 Needed : citizen scientists for Higgs hunt A new project asks citizen scientists for help finding unknown Higgs boson decays in LHC data from the ATLAS . experiment 11 20 14 CERN frees LHC data Anyone can access collision data from the Large Hadron Collider through the new CERN Open Data . Portal 11 19 14 LHCb experiment

  • breaking symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 09 29 14 CERN turns 60 CERN celebrates six decades of peaceful collaboration for . science 09 22 14 Cosmic dust proves prevalent Space dust accounts for at least some of the possible signal of cosmic inflation the BICEP2 experiment announced in March . How much remains to be . seen 09 18 14 Pursuit of dark matter progresses at AMS A possible sign of dark matter will eventually become clear , according to promising signs from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer . experiment 08 27 14 First measurement of sun’s real-time energy The Borexino neutrino experiment in Italy found that the sun releases the same amount of energy today as it did

  • breaking symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 06 23 14 Higgs boson shows scientists new tricks A new result from the Large Hadron Collider strengthens the case that the Higgs interacts with both types of particles in the Standard . Model 06 12 14 Researchers imagine the accelerators of the future At the LHC Physics Conference in New York , experts looked to the next steps in collider . physics 06 06 14 CERN announces winners of student research competition The winners of the Beam Line for Schools competition will use a beam of particles at CERN to investigate one of the fundamental forces of nature and to test a home-built . device 06 06 14 LHCb glimpses possible sign of new

  • breaking symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 04 30 14 Possible expansion for South Pole detector Physicists hope to seek out the source of cosmic neutrinos by expanding the IceCube neutrino detector to 10 times its current . size 04 14 14 CERN’s LHCb experiment sees exotic particle An analysis using LHC data verifies the existence of an exotic four-quark . hadron 04 11 14 Tufte’s Feynman sculptures come to Fermilab Edward Tufte , celebrated statistician and master of informational graphics , transforms physics notations into works of . art 04 10 14 From quark soup to ordinary matter Scientists have gained new insight into how matter can change from a hot soup of particles to

  • breaking symmetry magazine

    Updated: 2021-03-22 00:06:05
    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 03 03 14 Particle Fever’ opens in the US Particle Fever a documentary that follows scientists involved in research at the Large Hadron Collider , opens this week in select theaters across the United . States 02 28 14 CDMS result covers new ground in search for dark matter The Cryogenic Dark Matter Search has set more stringent limits on light dark . matter 02 24 14 Scientists complete the top quark puzzle Fermilab's CDF and DZero experiments have discovered the last predicted way to produce the top quark , the heaviest elementary . particle 02 21 14 Black widow’ pulsars consume their mates With a deadly embrace , spidery' pulsars

  • breaking symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication 01 13 14 Scientists pinpoint very peculiar’ pulsar Scientists studying five years of data from the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope have found the first gamma-ray variable pulsar . But is it really what it seems 01 09 14 Former CMS deputy takes reins of experiment Tiziano Camporesi becomes head of the CMS experiment as UC Santa Barbara physicist Joe Incandela's term comes to a . close 01 08 14 Astrophysicists use lens to study black-hole jet Using an entire galaxy as a lens to look at an object in the far distance , researchers are learning more about powerful jets emitted when matter falls into a black . hole 12 20 13 Physicists

  • breaking symmetry magazine

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  • symmetry team symmetry magazine

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    Skip to main content Topics Higgs boson Neutrinos Dark matter Dark energy New physics Applications Full archive Follow Search A joint Fermilab SLAC publication Symmetry is your view into the world of particle physics Hear the latest news , meet the people behind the science , and get the background information you need to gain fluency in the language of particle . physics Symmetry is a joint publication of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Symmetry receives funding through the US Department of Energy symmetry team Editor-in-Chief Kathryn Jepsen Deputy Editor Sarah Charley Senior Editors Angela Anderson Glennda Chui Staff Writers Lauren Biron Nathan Collins Manuel Gnida Ali Sundermier Intern Brianna Barbu Publishers Jacquie Bucher , Fermilab

  • Astronomy Magazine Interactive Star Charts Planets Meteors Comets Telescopes

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  • Enter the Space Beyond Box Photo Contest Astronomy Magazine Interactive Star Charts Planets Meteors

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