LOG#247. Seesawlogy.

Introduction  One of the big issues of Standard Model (SM) is the origin of mass (OM). Usually, the electroweak sector implements mass in the gauge and matter sector through the well known Higgs mechanism. However, the Higgs mechanism is not … Continue reading

LOG#242. Hyperbolic magic.

Beta-gamma fusion! Live dimension! Do you like magic? Mathemagic and hyperbolic magic today. Master of magic creates an “illusion”. In special relativity, you can simplify calculations using hyperbolic trigonometry!   (1)   (2)   are common relativistc equation. Introduce now: … Continue reading

LOG#237. GW music.

  The spectrum of gravitational waves!!!!! Purely gravitational wave music! The blog post today will cover two topics from elementary viewpoints: falling into a non-rotating black hole and gravitational wave “music”, i.e., gravitational wave formulae! It is a hard equilibrium … Continue reading

LOG#235. Hyperballs.

Hi, everyone. The saddest thing about job (working with teenagers and other people) is that it delays other stuff, like blogging! So, you should be patient about getting more of “my stuff”. What is going on today? Hyperballs. Or hyperspheres … Continue reading

LOG#210. Weak gravity conjectures.

  Hi, everyone! I’m sorry again for the time lapse, but I required to. To secure my current job (as High School teacher), and well, to fight against doubts about my health. Thank you for your patience! Gravity is weak … Continue reading

LOG#206. Multitemporal theories.

Newton’s gravity reads:     In extra dimensions, , , it reads     For extra dimensions, if their size are much smaller than considered distances, , then by matching         So, gravitational is weak in our … Continue reading

LOG#201. Generalized absement.

Absement is generally defined as (1)   We can even integrate the absement -times (position integrated -times) to get (2)   i.e. (3)   with dimensions of and units of . However, if time is multidimensional, and the time vector … Continue reading

LOG#191. The hooke and the dyson.

Hello, metriplectic followers and friends! I have often written about Stoney units or Planck units in this blog. Indeed, I have a complete thread about systems of units. For Stoney and Planck units, you get some basic units of S.I. … Continue reading

LOG#186. Polylogarithmic condensates.

Today, I return to my best friends. The polylogs! Are you ready for polylog wars? The polylogarithm can be represented by the next integral: (1)   As you know, if you follow my blog, you have         … Continue reading

LOG#185. Geometricobjects.

I have the power! I have a power BETTER than the Marvel’s tesseract. It is called physmatics. Hi, there! We are back to school. This time, I am going to give you a tour with some geometrical objects, or geometricobjects, … Continue reading