LOG#239. Higgspecial.

The 2012 found Higgs particle is special. The next generations of physicists and scientists, will likely build larger machines or colliders to study it precisely. The question is, of course, where is new physics, i.e., where is the new energy … Continue reading

LOG#220. Higgs&Symmetries.

    Why the leaves are green? Why the sky is blue? Why diamonds are hard? The Quantum Mechanics can indeed answer those questions, and even more subtle questions. The Standard Model (SM) is the frontier in our knowledge of … Continue reading

LOG#190. Fundamental challenges (II).

The main challenge we are left to the 21st century and beyond is to unify every interaction into a single theory. Today, we have two main theories: The Standard Model, for particle physics. The cosmological Standard Model, or -CDM, as … Continue reading

LOG#139. The Higgs and beyond.

The discovery of the Higgs boson in 2012 rises new questions: 1º) Is it the SM Higgs or an impostor? It seems like a SM Higgs but…We don’t know yet for sure. 2º) Is it the ONLY Higgs-like particle or … Continue reading

LOG#128. A chaosmic TSOR returns.

2) I recommend you not to use Internet Explorer. It seems that Explorer does not scale the images very well. Moreover, Explorer seems to be bad working with LaTeX code I use here. So, please, use any other web browser … Continue reading

LOG#057. Naturalness problems.

In this short blog post, I am going to list some of the greatest “naturalness” problems in Physics. It has nothing to do with some delicious natural dishes I like, but there is a natural beauty and sweetness related to … Continue reading