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MSSM stands for the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model.
Imaging of astronomical objects or large regions of the sky.
an electrical appliance using the principles of a motor.
just because the question contains a formula!
A set of theories that attempt to take the basics of general relativity, and extned it in such a way that it solves various problems. This applies to Milgrom's MOND proposal, but also includes such o…
Gases which do not undergo chemical reactions (except the loss of electrons to become ionized).
a hypothetical form of radioactive decay in which the proton decays into lighter subatomic particles. There is currently no experimental evidence that proton decay.
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Use for questions related to the creation/possibility of black holes in a certain situation, singularities, the contraction of an astronomical object due to its own gravity, and the re-collapse of ou…
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a method of isolating divergencies in scattering amplitudes.
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an approach to spacetime focused on null (light-like) geodesics, instead of points (events).
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|sigma-models× 22||interstellar-matter× 22||galaxy-clusters× 22||
a difficult technical problem that limits the usability of renewable sources of energy to replace traditional fossil fuel sources
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