LOG#234. Quilibrium theory?

Quantum Mechanics, is it unbreakable? Is it effective or fundamental? Could it be an approximation to another theory? We do not know the ultimate word about that. However, up to current date (circa 2019), it is fundamental. Any trial and … Continue reading

LOG#212. Understanding gravity(II).

Hi, there! In the previous blog post and log, we introduced the high energy stringy part of the 4-point (particle!) tree approximation amplitude for the graviton scattering in type (II) superstrings (1)   This “simple” formula gives no negative probability … Continue reading

LOG#179. Extra dimensions: Kepler 3rd law.

Hi, everyone! Long time since the last time I wrote here. I am sorry. Life is complex and complicated…But I know you are there, dear followers. Today, Kepler motion and Kepler third law with extra dimensions! Are you prepared? Let … 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#167. D-dimensional laws(II).

Let me begin this article in D=d+1 spacetime. We are going to study quantum gases and their statistics in multidimensional space. Usual notation:     In D=d+1 spacetime, the massless free ideal relativistic gas satisfies, as we will show, certain … 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#131. Spacetime foam(I).

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

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#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#041. Muons and relativity.

QUESTION: Is the time dilation real or is it an artifact of our current theories? There are solid arguments why time dilation is not an apparent effect but a macroscopic measurable effect. Today, we are going to discuss the “reality” … Continue reading