LOG#192. Bits on black holes (I).

  Hi, doctorish ladies and gentlemen! I am going to teach some bits of black hole today. For the simplest static (non-rotatory) black hole, the whole space-time is fully specified by mass , and some constants, like . The critical … Continue reading

LOG#175. BH and Saint Seiya: Infinite Break and beyond!

  This post contains some exercises and challenges for you. In fact, crazy me, I used some of them for my classroom usage (just a fun way to survive is to design and propose maniac ultrageek problems to your students, … 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#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 … Continue reading

LOG#145. Basic QFT in curved ST(V): the Hawking effect.

Dedicated to the warm memory of my hero as physicist S.W. Hawking. R.I.P. 1942-2018 Idea: Black Holes (BH) are “not” truly black. BH emit thermal radiation at the Hawking temperature and it is proportional to the surface gravity () of … Continue reading