LOG#199. M-sigma.

Black holes are coming! No, winter is coming! NOOOO! Winter is here, and black holes, as shown by LIGO, are not coming. They are already here, as they were already supposed to exist due to X-ray astronomy. Moreover, LIGO-VIRGO, LISA, … Continue reading

LOG#196. Superbootstrap.

Preface (by the webpage master administrator, Amarashiki): This is the first invited post here, at TSOR. It has been written by Alejandro Rivero, a bright non-standard theoretical physicist out there (you can follow him at https://twitter.com/arivero). It has some outstanding … Continue reading

LOG#173. Proton decay.

Are diamonds and other (crystalline) jewels/gemstones forever? Well, if protons are stable they are. If not, you are lost! We are all lost indeed in such a case…(However, I am sure that Superman would be fine to know the fact … Continue reading

LOG#129. LHC: welcome to Zeptospace.

The LHC explores the world at the zeptospace, or scales of distance very close to the zeptometer. What is a zeptometer? Answer: 1zm=1zeptometer= or !!!! In this brief note, I will explain you why this is so, in a simple way… … Continue reading

LOG#078. Averages.

I am going to speak a little bit about Statistics. The topic today are “averages”. Suppose you have a set of “measurements” where . Then you can define the following quantities: Arithemtic mean. Geometric mean. Harmonic mean. Remark: In the … Continue reading

LOG#058. LHC: last 2012 data/bounds.

Today, 12/12/12, the following paper  arised in the arxiv http://arxiv.org/abs/1212.2339 This interesting paper reviews the last bounds about Beyond Stantard Model particles (both, fermions and bosons) for a large class of models until the end of this year, 2012. Particle … Continue reading