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i got a degree on Physics and have several ideas on my own , unfortunately i do not have a physics sponsor :) in order to get an investigation grant :)


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asked solution of a problem using divergent series
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asked Caustic airy equation and divergent series
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comment change of variable in a 2-loop integral
we could use numerical method to int4egrate over the angles so we have only a integral over the radius of the 8-sphere 'r' can't not we do that ?
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accepted change of variable in a 2-loop integral
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comment change of variable in a 2-loop integral
i was thinking about zeta or dimensional regularization, the integral over the angles could be made by numerical methods :D so we only should care about (perhaps) the integral over 'r'
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comment Iterated dimensional regularization
can anyone help me to publsih my paper in a respectable journal D: so i can get a grant from one university and to apply my method of zeta regularization ?? thanks
Jun
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comment Two-loop regularization
wby couldn't we simply apply an iterated dimensional regularizaton ? first over variable $p_{1} $ and thenover the variable $ p_{2} $ like in integral calculus ?
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comment Zeta-function regularization in QFT for heat kernels
you can work with iterated zeta regularization first for divergent integrals in one variable and then by zeta function regularization in another variable check my paper vixra.org/pdf/1305.0171v4.pdf from page 11 to onwards to see how i can getg finite result for a 2-loop divergent integral
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asked Wireless electricity through Wi-Fi power signal?
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asked What is the advantage of supersymmetry?
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comment Apparent elimination of overlapping divergences
the integral in 'u' is convergent only the integral over 'r' is here divergent
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comment Apparent elimination of overlapping divergences
the integral is still divergent but it is onle a 1-dimensional divergent integral