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Applied Mathematics and Astrophysics & Astronomy Double Major going for Ph.D.'s in both!


Mar
25
comment Gravity's Rainbow
I see that lol The papers I linked were just used as mere mentions of the subject in--arbitrary--context. The key concern is not the absence of black holes at LHC, but the concept of gravity's rainbow itself. I followed the paper trail and found the answer I was looking for in a very quaint paper here: arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0312140 ! The paper you provided also seems to be highly informative as well! I'll use the info from them both to form an explicit answer!
Mar
25
comment Gravity's Rainbow
It's a type of modification to special relativity per that not only prescribes and invariant velocity, but also an invariant length/mass scale ( Planck Length/Mass ) which generates the name Doubly Special Relativity or DSR ( Deformed Special Relativity ) which is really only apparent at high energy regimes where standard relativity breaks down..
Mar
23
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Mar
22
comment Gravity's Rainbow
Good starting point! Thank you kindly! I'm going to follow that trail, and answer the question with the details of it for those who may have the same question.
Mar
22
asked Gravity's Rainbow
Feb
13
awarded  Yearling
Feb
1
accepted Schwarzschild Solution Convention
Feb
1
comment Schwarzschild Solution Convention
Wikipedia has a very misleading definition. I should've put it quotes, but, "$r$ is the radial coordinate (measured as the circumference, divided by $2π$, of a sphere centered around the massive body.)"
Feb
1
comment Schwarzschild Solution Convention
$ d\tau^2 = (1 - \frac{r_s}{r})dt^2 $ and we hold the scenario fixed in space, allowing the space coordinates to vanish.
Feb
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asked Schwarzschild Solution Convention
Jan
15
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
15
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
5
accepted Stellar Power(Luminosity) Flux
Dec
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answered Einsteins gravity Space time
Oct
17
comment Numerical Error Propagation
Great answer and I've definitely bookmarked it, but I'm looking for the method of calculus for this particular problem.
Oct
17
comment Numerical Error Propagation
$ \delta g = g_{0}(\frac{\delta L}{L_0}+2\frac{\delta T}{T_0}) $ My issue is what to plug in for the naught values. I've just plugged in averages and what the calculated value of $g_0$ was, and I got a fair value with doing that, but is that the proper method? ( The period has factor $2$ because I used $ g = \frac{4\pi^2 L}{T^2} $
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16
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