Tag Archives: Prof. Matt Strassler

Alan Boyle & Matt Strassler • Large Hadron Collider 05/06 by Virtually Speaking Science | Science Podcasts

Alan Boyle & Matt Strassler • Large Hadron Collider 05/06 by Virtually Speaking Science | Science Podcasts Check Out Science Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Virtually Speaking Science on BlogTalkRadio Dialogos of Eide

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Naturalness 2014-Weizmann Institute of Science

Information about the event was blogged by Professor Matt Strassler at, At the Naturalness 2014 Conference. See also his explanation on Naturalness and the Standard Model Information about the event itself. The discovery of a Higgs boson, with a mass around … Continue reading

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Sean Carroll, Matt Strassler & Alan Boyle @ Virtually Speaking Science | Blog Talk Radio

Sean Carroll, Matt Strassler & Alan Boyle 02/06 by Virtually Speaking Science | Blog Talk Radio Sean Carroll & Matt Strassler talk particle physics, time and space with Host Alan Boyle. Links Alan Boyle@ http://cosmiclog.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/02/06/16873050-how-to-check-the-x-files-of-physics?lite Sean Carroll@ http://preposterousuniverse.com/  Matt Strassler@ … Continue reading

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The Quantum Harmonic Oscillator

Quantum Harmonic Oscillator   Here are a series of written Blog entries by Matt Strassler from his Blog, Of Particular Significance. Ball on a Spring (Classical) Ball on a Spring (Quantum) Waves (Classical Form) Waves (Classical Equation of Motion) Waves … Continue reading

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The Smoking Gun

One string theorist even went so far to conclude that a string theory calculation of Kaluza-Klein modes was the “smoking gun” that proved our theory was the same as the string theory that string theorists had already been studying.Warped Passages: … Continue reading

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Bayesian probability

 Practically Everybody practically nobody took very seriously the CDF claim…….Tommaso: I will claim based on the above that according to Prof. D’Agostini, Prof. Matt Strassler is “practically nobody“, since he is not convinced. An acoustical difference of opinion with regard … Continue reading

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