LOG#155. Maximal tension, Λ and quantum gravity.

Hi, folks! Before the upcoming series of thematic blog posts (they are on their way, eager readers), I found a very interesting paper to discuss. The paper is this http://arxiv.org/abs/1408.1820 and the pdf file can be found here http://arxiv.org/pdf/1408.1820v1.pdf . The author of the … Continue reading

LOG#128. A chaosmic TSOR returns.

Dear followers and dear readers! Time has come! I am back with the brand new TSOR and its new site. The wait is over. :). Firstly, I have some interesting things to tell you: 1) I have not finished the … Continue reading

LOG#074. Dual units.

The last of my three posts tonight is a mysterious dual system of units developed my rival blog (in Spanish language mainly): http://tardigrados.wordpress.com/ His author launched an interesting but speculative dual system of units in which every physical quantity seems … Continue reading

LOG#073. The G2 system.

The second paper I am going to discuss today is this one: http://inspirehep.net/record/844954?ln=en In Note on the natural system of units, Sudarshan, Boya and Rivera introduce a new kind of “fundamental system of units”, that we could call G2 system  … Continue reading

LOG#072. The hG system.

Brazil is experimenting an increase of scientific production. Today, I am going to explain this brazilian paper http://arxiv.org/abs/0711.4276v2 concerning the number of fundamental constants. The Okun cube of fundamental constant, firstly introduced by Gamov, Ivanenko and Landau, has raised some … Continue reading

LOG#071. Pavšič Units.

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

LOG#070. Natural Units.

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

LOG#056. Gravitational alpha(s).

The topic today is to review a beautiful paper and to discuss its relevance for theoretical physics. The paper is: Comment on the cosmological constant and a gravitational alpha by R.J.Adler. You can read it here: http://arxiv.org/abs/1110.3358 One of the … Continue reading

LOG#054. Barrow units.

In a nice paper titled Dimensionality, see here http://rsta.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/310/1512/337.short , the physicist John Barrow studied the rôle of known fundamental constants and their links to the dimensionality of space-time. I will review the main ideas appearing in that paper, and … Continue reading