Physics Symmetry Breaking on a Supercomputer

Physics Symmetry Breaking on a Supercomputer Physics Symmetry Breaking on a Supercomputer One of the points that I’ve always tried to get across is that fields such as condensed matter physics, which many physicists who study “fundamental” issues look down upon, can and have made significant contribution to the fundamental ...

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Is Too Much Physics Bad For Astronomy?

Is Too Much Physics Bad For Astronomy? Is Too Much Physics Bad For Astronomy? I didn’t even realize that this is such an issue. It seems that the “invasion” of physics, especially coming from high-energy/particle physics, doesn’t sit well with (link open for a limited time only), especially those who ...

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He Had Firm Grasp Of Physics

He Had Firm Grasp Of Physics He Had Firm Grasp Of Physics Er… Yahoo Finance has an in its investor’s daily business section? Who would have thunk? 🙂 Still, it’s a very good and brief summary of who Fermi was and why he is such a giant in the field ...

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Physics Interviews, No Maths

Physics Interviews, No Maths Physics Interviews, No Maths I was passing through one of the finest “extra” lectures that he wrote about the need to prepare physical intervention in physics. Now, you can feel all these things. You do not want to feel them; you can work them by diagrams ...

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Bad Physics

Bad Physics Bad Physics It is often amusing when people who are writing an article that has nothing to do with physics, tries to either justify, or make some similar comparison, to something in physics. The article titled “bad physics” was one such example. This is another one. Physics talks ...

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