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answered Why is “dark matter” theory accepted? Why wasn't general relativity rejected?
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revised Simulation of everyday life based on standard model
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answered Simulation of everyday life based on standard model
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comment Simulation of everyday life based on standard model
@Hindsight I suggest you edit the question to make that specific topic clear and prominent, so it has a chance of not being closed...
Oct
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comment Simulation of everyday life based on standard model
Everyday life is atoms, which are electrons and nuclei, so... But you mention chaos, are you concerned about how things like rounding errors would affect the accuracy of a simulation?
Oct
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comment How many dimensions our universe consists of?
What does that equation mean?
Sep
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comment In M Theory, what does the M5 brane look like?
a D-brane, usually
Aug
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comment M-theory and Mathematics
If a D-brane exists, it exists. What would make its existence qualitatively different to the existence of everyday objects like those you list?
Aug
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answered Is there any $SU(\infty)$ gauge theory in quantum field theory?
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awarded  string-theory
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answered Quantum computers for string theory?
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asked Scale relativity vs scale invariance
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answered Why didn't we have inflation when the theory of everything and GUTS broke symmetry?
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comment What laws are the same in all string theory compactifications?
This question should not be closed.
May
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comment Does the holographic principle for black holes mean that information is cloned?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
May
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answered Could M-Theory explain dark matter as well as dark energy?
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comment Could M-Theory explain dark matter as well as dark energy?
@HDE 226868 Actually, you don't know that. They may be related, they may not be.
May
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comment What does it mean physically if pentagon identity or hexagon identity doesn't have any answers?
@CuriousOne the question is in the title. I interpret it as asking whether all solutions to the fusion rules must obey those identities.
May
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comment What is the property of neutrino?
The spin and momentum of a particle are affected by other interactions too, Z boson and photon don't have a special role there.