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Associate Professor, PhD in condensed matter theory.


Aug
19
reviewed Approve The propagator method versus Schrodinger time dependent equation
Aug
13
reviewed Approve Cinema and TV pictures
Aug
13
reviewed Reject Difference Between Fraunhofer and Fresnel Diffraction
Aug
12
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
24
reviewed Approve Angle between two momenta in particle physics (principal axis of a two-body decay vs. center-of-mass motion in the lab)
Jul
1
reviewed Approve How much choice did Einstein have in choosing his GR equations?
Jun
21
reviewed Reject How fast would someone have to run to travel vertically up a wall?
Jun
1
reviewed Approve Superfields and the Inconsistency of regularization by dimensional reduction
May
25
reviewed Approve Is it possible to express continuous growth without using transcendental numbers?
May
25
reviewed Approve First and Second Moment of Mass
May
19
reviewed Reject Finding the period of an infinite length pendulum
May
17
reviewed Approve Question on normal force and static friction
May
14
revised Can quantum entanglement be simulated on a digital computer to any degree of precision?
edited body
May
14
comment Can quantum entanglement be simulated on a digital computer to any degree of precision?
@markmitchinson To strengthen out the confusions is my intent. The (nim-existing) "classical rralistic & local models" is a class of imaginary universes that are ruled out by the Bell's theorem. My proposed simulatuon is obviously a very nonlocal mapping between the reality being simulates and the actual simulation code.
May
14
comment Can quantum entanglement be simulated on a digital computer to any degree of precision?
@MarkMitchison This is where I have problem understanding you:"A classical computer canno reproduce ...genuine, physical space-time events". What do you mean by "reproduce" if not simulation? An alternative universe?
May
14
comment Can quantum entanglement be simulated on a digital computer to any degree of precision?
@markmitchision Full computer is a full computer (Turing complete), I am not required to have the representation of state (Hilbert space vector/density matrix) to be in any way local on my simulation hardware
May
14
revised Can quantum entanglement be simulated on a digital computer to any degree of precision?
typo fixed
May
13
answered Can quantum entanglement be simulated on a digital computer to any degree of precision?
May
11
reviewed Reject Fermi Golden Rule