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Hi, I am a string theorist and a publicist.


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comment Is there any simple proof of the no-ghost theorem?
It depends whether the demonstration of the equivalence with the light-cone gauge spectrum - which is manifestly ghost-free - is simple in your opinion.
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comment Simple Quantum Mechanics question about the Free particle, (part2)
I think he's just saying that a maximum of a wave is moving much like the particle itself, so its group velocity may be interpreted as the particle's velocity. Of course, this is not the proper canonical way to deal with the observable called "velocity" in QM.
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comment What really are some distant astronomical bodies that seems like dust clouds?
Dear @Jader, it's shining itself. The temperatures of Nebulae go from 1 kelvin to 1 million kelvins. In the Eagle Nebula above, the bluish fog around the picture is, for example, at 170 kelvins. So it has enough energy to excite some atoms and shine. As the clump keeps on shrinking, the energy needed to reheat the gas is coming from the gravitational energy. Of course, when stars start to burn, there's another source of energy and light.
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