Category Archives: Supersymmetry

Supersymmetry

Image: Event display of candidate event for this ultra-rare decay observed in the LHCb experiment Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, near Geneva, have spotted one of the rarest particle decays ever seen in nature. The result … Continue reading

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History of Supersymmetry to Today

Special Topic of Supersymmetry by Science Watch Since the 1980s, if not earlier, supersymmetry has reigned as the best available candidate for physics beyond the standard model. But experimental searches for supersymmetric particles have so far come up empty, only … Continue reading

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Are There Extra Dimensions of Space?

Are there Extra Dimensions of Space? A QGP is formed at the collision point of two relativistically accelerated gold ions in the center of the STAR detector at the relativistic heavy ion collider at the Brookhaven national laboratory. Some of … Continue reading

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SuperFluids

MIT physicists create new form of matter by Lori Valigra, Special to MIT News Office June 22, 2005 A superfluid gas can flow without resistance. It can be clearly distinguished from a normal gas when it is rotated. A normal … Continue reading

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Finiteness of String Theory and Mandelstam

It might be that the laws change absolutely with time; that gravity for instance varies with time and that this inverse square law has a strength which depends on how long it is since the beginning of time. In other … Continue reading

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What is Dark Matter/Energy?

When Chaos Goes Quantum? All events shown here (except KEK test detector) were generated by Monte-Carlo simulation program, written by Clark. The visualizing software which produced the detector images was written by Tomasz. While the sun was easily recognizable building … Continue reading

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Doppelgänger Favors Oscillate

“Observations always involve theory.”Edwin Hubble Of course I relate the “Ghost Particle to Pauli” here so that people would recognize the faint discerning image in “mirror world,” as some calculation that paved the way for some future spoken from Feynman’s … Continue reading

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Window on the Universe

Michio Kaku: I like to compare it to wandering in the desert, and stumbling over a tiny pebble. When we push away the sand, we find that this “pebble” is actually the tip of a gargantuan pyramid. After years of … Continue reading

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Cyclic Universe Could Explain Cosmological Constant

Thanks Paul for pointing this article out here some time ago. Physicists have proposed several theories to explain why Λ is so small. One of the most popular — the “anthropic principle” — states that Λ is randomly set and … Continue reading

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Alice and the Cosmic Ballet, Now Meet Higgins

As Alice learned, it’s not always clear what’s a looking glass, and what’s a window to another world. Mirrors and windows are often interchangeable: we look out into the world, and see ourselves reflected back. We look at a reflection, … Continue reading

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