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Nov
29
comment Learning about super-symmetric quantum mechanics and integrable systems
see also the answer at physicsoverflow.org/16267
Nov
28
comment ER = EPR and Time Travel
see the answer at physicsoverflow.org/18389
Nov
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
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awarded  Nice Question
Nov
18
comment What is the difference between Chiral anomaly, ABJ anomaly, and Axial anomaly?
An answer can be found at physicsoverflow.org/24994
Nov
18
comment Dirac spinors under Parity transformation or what do the Weyl spinors in a Dirac spinor really stand for?
Some discussion of this is at physicsoverflow.org/25015
Nov
16
comment What is the fundamental difference between ghost and auxiliary fields?
This was answered at physicsoverflow.org/6934
Nov
14
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Nov
11
comment Is partial derivative a vector or dual vector?
for short, simple answers see physicsoverflow.org/24735
Nov
11
comment Misuse of $\mathbf J^2$ in classifying Poincare reps
for another answer and more discussion, see physicsoverflow.org/24729
Nov
11
comment Mechanism of Supersymmetry Breaking (F-term, D-Term, Mediated)
A nice answer can be found at physicsoverflow.org/24581
Nov
7
comment Is the density operator a mathematical convenience or a 'fundamental' aspect of quantum mechanics?
The Markov assumption is independent of the white noise assumption. And of the remaining of your comment. Indeed, one can always get rid of all non-Markovian features by enlarging the system. This is a mathematical theorem.
Oct
26
comment Is there a connection between the fluctuation-dissipation theorem and the Green–Kubo relations?
corrected, thanks.
Oct
26
revised Is there a connection between the fluctuation-dissipation theorem and the Green–Kubo relations?
edited body
Oct
15
comment Can the photoelectric effect be explained without photons?
see also the discussion in physicsforums.com/threads/…
Oct
12
comment CFT calculation of the Partitionfunction of $2+1$ dimensional gravity
see the answer in physicsoverflow.org/24418
Oct
12
comment Understanding the states in Quantum Field Theory
see the answer at physicsoverflow.org/24394
Oct
11
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