Category Archives: Kaluza

Spacetime 101

Here’s some basic background covering how mathematical models of space and time have evolved since ancient times, from the Pythagorean Rule to Newtonian mechanics, Special Relativity and General Relativity. For the roads leading to one’s view of the strange world … Continue reading

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KK Tower

Like many people who devote their time to understanding the nature of the cosmo and the micro perspective of the world around us, these things have their own motivational packages which move to further rquired comprehensions. In that, one needs … Continue reading

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Poincare Conjecture

I am a little bit sad right now? I accidently deleted a lot of what I would have said about assumption of Sklar’s position in relation to discrete and continuous functions. In relation to the value of S-Matrix as a … Continue reading

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Point–> Line–>Plane <—> Point<– String<– Brane

Under the heading of Klein`s Ordering of the Geometries : A theorem which is valid for a geometry in this sequence is automatically valid for the ones that follow. The theorems of projective geometry are automatically valid theorems of Euclidean … Continue reading

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CFT and the Tomato Soup Can

As always, the layman trying to develope the mathematical views?:) Greg Kuperberg on Sep 15th, 2005 at 12:11 pm Conformal maps of the Earth are a great introduction to complex analysis. If you identify the Earth with the Riemann sphere, … Continue reading

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Special Lagrangian geometry

Dr. Mark Haskins On a wider class of complex manifolds – the so-called Calabi-Yau manifolds – there is also a natural notion of special Lagrangian geometry. Since the late 1980s these Calabi-Yau manifolds have played a prominent role in developments … Continue reading

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Search for Extra-dimensions with ATLAS at the LHC: The Lions Den

I have often wonder whether or not my opinions about left and right aspect battling in society, are right?:) Peter Woit saids string theory is right wing financed? I hate to dread that media has been perversive enough in order … Continue reading

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KK: Kaluza Klein Theory

What is it? KK Tower Now part of the problem of visualization here is what and how the cosmic string could have developed. Now, determination of the various sizing of these strings would have had to incorporate the value of … Continue reading

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The String Theory Landscape, by Raphael Bousso and Joseph Polchinski Given the success of replacing the gravitational force with the dynamics of space and time, why not seek a geometric explanation for the other forces of nature and even for … Continue reading

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Quantum Mechanical Discription of the Spacetime Fabric

Richard Feynman developed the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics in 1948 (some preliminaries were worked out earlier, in the course of his doctoral thesis work with John Archibald Wheeler) as a description of quantum theory corresponding to the action … Continue reading

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