Category Archives: Quark Confinement

Professor Graham Ross: Quarks and gluons

Professor Graham Ross from the University of Oxford, winner of the 2012 Dirac Medal awarded by the Institute of Physics for his work in developing the standard model of particles and forces that has led to many new insights into … Continue reading

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The Belle B Factory Experiment

Existing standard hadrons and exotic hadrons. At the B Factory experiment, a series of new exotic mesons containing charm quarks (c) have been discovered. Unlike these exotic mesons, the newly discovered Zb particles contain bottom quarks (b) and have an … Continue reading

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Asymptotic freedom

 Witten: One thing I can tell you, though, is that most string theorist’s suspect that spacetime is a emergent Phenomena in the language of condensed matter physics. *** In physics, asymptotic freedom is a property of some gauge theories that … Continue reading

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Jet Manifestation: A World Unto Itself.

The Landscape Again and again…. *** (September 20, 2010) Leonard Susskind gives a lecture on the string theory and particle physics. He is a world renown theoretical physicist and uses graphs to help demonstrate the theories he is presenting. String … Continue reading

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QGP Research Advances

“We can say that the system definitely flows like a liquid,” says Harris. One of the first lead-ion collisions in the LHC as recorded by the ATLAS experiment on November 8, 2010. Image courtesy CERN. *** Scientists from the ALICE … Continue reading

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The Pringles Potato Chip

….a higher dimensional version of the Pringle’s potato chip. Brian Greene, The Fabric of the Cosmos, pg 483, Para 2, line 29 Again I try remind good scientists that I have nothing to offer other then trying to keep pace … Continue reading

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No Extra Dimensions Yet?

Turning back to gravity, the extra-dimensions model stems from theoretical research into (mem)brane theories, the multidimensional successors to string theories (April 1999 p13). One remarkable property of these models is that they show that it is quite natural and consistent … Continue reading

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Newton’s inverse-square (1/r2) law

The standard model of particle physics is a self-contained picture of fundamental particles and their interactions. Physicists, on a journey from solid matter to quarks and gluons, via atoms and nuclear matter, may have reached the foundation level of fields … Continue reading

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History of the Universe and the Standard Model

Who would of thought the history of the universe could have ever been contained in this one moment? While it had been translated to 13.7 billions years, what is the value of recognizing this vast history, to what is contained … Continue reading

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Laval Nozzle and the Blackhole

Often times model changes help perspective, where previously idealization will be contained. Moving beyond the experimental grasp for new ways in which to interpret, require a mode and offensive into producing new variations of ole thngs held in context? Ths … Continue reading

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