I read in a physics today paper, The electron can have nonvanishing EDM only if nature violates symmetry under time reversal (T) and under the combined operations of charge conjugation (C), which ...
Is the example of neutrino entering the event horizon of BH quoted from this article a valid possible example of CPT violation due to the presence of event horizon in BH ? Please, note that there is ...
Imagine an electron and a positron, initially held stationary some distance apart at time $t=0$. There is an attractive force between them, so they will approach one another. I am told that all the ...
The laws of physics are invariant under CPT transformations reversing time, inverting space and flipping charges. Almost so. The collapse of the wave function is the odd man out. Can the time ...
Shlomo Sternberg (math professor at Harvard) wrote a book called "Group theory and physics". On p156 (link) there's a strange offhand comment: "Experiments done in 1964 by Fitch and Cronin seem to ...
A recent experimental paper measures a difference between the top quark and anti-top quark masses: Fermilab-Pub-11-062-E, CDF Collaboration, Measurement of the mass difference between $t$ and ...