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comment Why Newton's law of universal gravitation is a valid law? What causes any two bodies in the universe attract each other with a force?
as explained by Feynman: youtube.com/watch?v=36GT2zI8lVA
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Wave function not normalizable
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comment Why is there no massless spin 1/2 particles with charge? Is there any underlying theory?
answered here: physics.stackexchange.com/q/7905
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comment Is there a field equation which can reduce into all three flavors of spin (zero, one, one half)?
they are just the standard gamma matrices (in whatever version you like them)
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comment Is there a field equation which can reduce into all three flavors of spin (zero, one, one half)?
@linuxfreebird, they are listed after the projector. The only change to get a differential equation is to have $p = -i\partial_\mu$
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comment Is there a field equation which can reduce into all three flavors of spin (zero, one, one half)?
@linuxfreebird did you just want the corresponding field equations for the vector and fermioni wavefunction?
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