The first most obvious question might be who? Well, Eric Weinstein is a Harvard math Ph. D. who has been working as an economist in New York. The news here is that he has been working on some of his own far out of the mainstream ideas about geometry and physics for decades, and … … Read more Eric Weinstein’s theory may explain why the universe works the way it does
Yesterday, 4th July 2012, was indeed one of the great days in the history of science, and hopefully I need not explain why, instead here are a few quotes that I picked up … Brian Cox … This is without doubt in my opinion the biggest scientific discovery of my lifetime and without doubt one … Read more Yesterday, 4th July 2012, “one of the great days in the history of science”
Whenever you see the word “quantum”, if the topic under discussion is not physics, you can ignore it. Well in this case the topic is indeed Physics. There is a controversial paper in Nature Physics, where some theorists claim that they can prove that wavefunctions — the entity that determines the probability of different outcomes of … Read more quantum reality?
A very interesting paper is available from the Cornell University Library entitled “Gods as Topological Invariants“. The abstract reads … We show that the number of gods in a universe must equal the Euler characteristics of its underlying manifold. By incorporating the classical cosmological argument for creation, this result builds a bridge between theology and … Read more Gods as Topological Invariants
I like to debate in various forums with many different folks about many different things. Why? Well it helps me to learn, and also I like to have my assumptions and thoughts rigorously challenged. In such contexts, I often come across some who express a thought that goes like this … Gosh, the universe is a truly … Read more Where did the Universe come from?
Well come on, its “The” news today, so what else should I be blogging about, but then what can I actually add? Not much, except perhaos to point you at a few good links. First we have Jon Butterworth in The Guardian. He is a physics professor at University College London and is a member … Read more Higgs