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I'm at Temple University as a postdoc, studying geometry and topology. I support research for congenital muscular dystrophy (curecmd.org) and I'm a Mormon.


Aug
17
awarded  Editor
Aug
17
revised What are coherent and incoherent radiation?
typo is ->are
Aug
16
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
15
comment Can you run away from your shadow?
Notice that you don't have to run faster than the speed of light in a vacuum, only the speed of light in air. You'd be emitting some Cherenkov radiation.
Aug
14
accepted Does large acceleration have to cause damage to the human body?
Aug
14
asked Does large acceleration have to cause damage to the human body?
Aug
11
asked (Un)countability in QFT
Aug
4
comment Does the order of variables matter for a quantum Lagrangian in the path integral formula for quantum mechanics?
@Qmechanic Thanks! Completely answered my question.
Aug
3
asked Does the order of variables matter for a quantum Lagrangian in the path integral formula for quantum mechanics?
Jul
4
awarded  Curious
Jul
3
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
3
comment Gravitational collapse of a photon cloud
A better way to say it is that a static fluid at high densities must have infinite pressure, and thus cannot exist, and so therefore gravitational collapse when a large amount of matter is placed at the same location.
Jul
3
awarded  Yearling
Jul
3
asked Existence and uniqueness of solutions to $\nabla^a T_{ab}$ in general (or special) relativity
Jul
3
asked Gravitational collapse of a photon cloud
Feb
26
comment Is basic quantum mechanics mathematically as robust a theory as special relativity?
I found this paper:journals.aps.org/prd/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevD.31.1341 It has a section on uniqueness of quantum mechanics, but I don't understand the paper well enough to distill the axiomatic assumptions that are used (in particular, I do not understand what they mean by a complementary structure).
Feb
25
comment Is basic quantum mechanics mathematically as robust a theory as special relativity?
I saw the argument about special relativity as an exercise in that short relativity book everyone uses in freshman year (I think Wheeler was an author).
Feb
25
comment Is basic quantum mechanics mathematically as robust a theory as special relativity?
This is exactly what I am asking.
Feb
25
asked Is basic quantum mechanics mathematically as robust a theory as special relativity?
Jan
21
awarded  Critic