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Physics PhD in Statistic Mechanics of fluids. And a professional computer programmer. I remain actively interested in physics, working on possible low energy fifth forces between neutrinos, Dark Energy, WISPs and chameleon fluids.


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awarded  Yearling
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revised Retrocausal interpretations of quantum mechanics
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awarded  Editor
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revised What is the maximum surface charge density of aluminum?
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answered What is the maximum surface charge density of aluminum?
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answered Why is the (free) neutron lifetime so long?
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answered What are some examples of how the discovery of dark energy can impact other, seemingly unrelated, branches of physics?
Jan
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answered How Does Dark Matter Form Lumps?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Student
Jan
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asked what co-operates with a Super Symmetry Transform
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answered What was missing in Dirac's argument to come up with the modern interpretation of the positron?
Dec
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answered Spinning Tachyons
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answered Paradox?: What is the form of radiation experienced by a harmonically accelerated observer?
Dec
30
comment Why do we think there are only three generations of fundamental particles?
One copy of the forces the 78 adjoint version, but free copies of the fermions the 27-multpet. Having the forces and fermions in the same group, means it has to be a supersymmetric theory, with E8_bosons * E8_fermions.
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awarded  Teacher
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comment Why do we think there are only three generations of fundamental particles?
The 248-dimensional adjoint representation of E8 transforms under SU(3)×E6 as: (8,1) + (1,78) + (3,27) + (\overline{3},\overline{27}).
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answered Sterile Neutrinos as Dark Matter
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answered Why do we think there are only three generations of fundamental particles?