The year 2013 is coming to its end…And I have a final gift for you. An impossible post! This year was the Bohr model 100th anniversary. I have talked about this subject already, here, here and here. The hydrogen spectrum is very important in Astronomy, … Continue reading

# Category Archives: Extra dimensions

Some conclusions of this fascinating subject and thread about the mythical spacetime foam: (1) CDM(Cold Dark Matter) and MOND seems to be complementary descriptions of the same dynamics and phenomenology. (2) MOND force law works at galactic scales. This can … Continue reading

The second post in this thread is completely speculative. 1) Suppose that Dark Energy is some kind of “fluid” made of some long wavelength “particles” or “exotic stuff”. 2) How different are those “Dark Energy particles” from the particles we … Continue reading

Some weeks ago, I was studying some papers and talks by Jack Ng. I am going to share with you what I have learned from them, about the wonderful subject of the “quantum spacetime foam”. Some topics and ideas I … Continue reading

“(…)A similar path to the same goal could also be taken in those manifolds in which the line element is expressed in a less simple way, e.g., by a fourth root of a differential expression of the fourth degree…(…)” … Continue reading

TABLE OF CONTENTS CENTENARY BLOG POST! And dedicatories… 1. Serendipitous thoughts about my 100th blog post 2. The search for unification and higher dimensional theories 3. Final relativity 4. Kalitzin’s metric: multitemporal relativity 5. Spacetime crystals and crystalline relativity: concepts … Continue reading

My second post this day is a beautiful relationship between the Riemann zeta function, the unit hypercube and certain multiple integral involving a “logarithmic and weighted geometric mean”. I discovered it in my rival blog, here: http://tardigrados.wordpress.com/2013/01/08/la-funcion-zeta-de-riemann-definida-en-terminos-de-integrales-multiples/ First of all, … Continue reading

Tower Wang, in his paper Coulomb Force as an Entropic Force, deduced Coulomb and Newton laws using the Verlinde approach in D=3+1 dimensions. He begins with the Reissner-Nordstrom metric in D=4 spacetime: with the function and He introduces a “geometrized” … Continue reading

Following the thread I began in the previous blog post, today we are going to learn about a non common but very general and universal system of natural units. They were officiallly introduced without name in the literature, until a … Continue reading

Happy New Year 2013 to everyone and everywhere! Let me apologize, first of all, by my absence… I have been busy, trying to find my path and way in my field, and I am busy yet, but finally I could … Continue reading