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Physicist, interested in agent-based simulation and statistical physics of models inspired by economic and biological reasoning. Programming in C and Python.

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answered Can a single classical particle have any entropy?
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revised Conserved quantities in generalized n-body problem
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revised Conserved quantities in generalized n-body problem
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comment Conserved quantities in generalized n-body problem
Seems like homework. Is this homework?
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revised What does it mean to say “Gravity is the weakest of the forces”?
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comment What does it mean to say “Gravity is the weakest of the forces”?
I stand corrected then! :)
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comment Modern and complete references for the $k\cdot p$ method?
I liked this question. Made me re-read some parts of my masters dissertation. :P
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revised Modern and complete references for the $k\cdot p$ method?
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comment Modern and complete references for the $k\cdot p$ method?
I don't have priviledge to edit the tags, but the tags should include semiconductor-physics and group-theory at least.
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revised Modern and complete references for the $k\cdot p$ method?
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answered Modern and complete references for the $k\cdot p$ method?
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answered What does it mean to say “Gravity is the weakest of the forces”?
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comment What experiment would disprove string theory?
If this is right, isn't this the same as saying that we have a family of models (one for each vacuum) that is so incredibly general that any reasonable model (one that satisfy the right set of physical constraints) must very likely belong to this family and that we now must fit a parameter (choose the vacuum - can they be labeled by a discrete or continuous set of parameters?)?