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Jul
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answered 7 sphere, is there any physical interpretation of exotic spheres?
Jul
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Jul
11
revised To what extent is theoretical physics done in a non-univeristy setting?
just a pelling correction in the title.
Jul
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suggested suggested edit on To what extent is theoretical physics done in a non-univeristy setting?
Jul
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Jul
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revised What is imaginary time?
Just fixed up the grammar.
Jul
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Jul
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answered How does the research in theoretical physics differ from mathematics
Nov
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answered I am looking for 'Programming+Electronics+ Physics' field
Nov
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Apr
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answered What does the data in various stages of analysis from a particle collision look like?
Jun
30
comment Future of colliders and technical limitations
Just to get behind user758556 -- so far the best we've been able to do is create a quark-gluon plasma and study this as a phase of matter. Experiments like PHENIX at BNL whip gold ions around and smash them together to 'melt' the nucleons and release the quarks and gluons inside. They quickly decay and we try to infer properties of the QGP by observing the particles which are produced as it all cools. No one knows how to steer quarks b/c we don't know enough about the strong interaction to control them.
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
21
answered Lee-Yang circle theorem
Aug
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answered Embrace Physics
Aug
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answered Theorems on instability of classical systems of charged particles?
Aug
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answered How do we know that the nucleus isn't a quark-gluon plasma?
Jul
14
answered Why is pseudorapidity defined as $-\log \tan \theta/2$