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revised Entanglement ladder algebra and quantization of entanglement
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Mar
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comment Are there models/simulations of antigravitational antimatter-galaxies?
even if the particle and the antiparticle has exactly opposite gravitational charges, the potential to raise to a given height the pair is not zero, it just falls faster than a distance-squared law. A gravitational dipole force would fall as $r^{-3}$. You still are spending some non-zero energy to raise it.
Mar
28
comment Entanglement ladder algebra and quantization of entanglement
well, it is no "interaction" in the usual sense, but if correlation has entropy, then 1) there are different states with different correlation and 2) the correlation information must have thermodynamical effects.
Mar
28
comment Entanglement ladder algebra and quantization of entanglement
entanglement information the way you describe your quantum correlations between the excitations
Mar
28
comment Entanglement ladder algebra and quantization of entanglement
sorry, I meant Ladder algebra, I corrected it on the question
Mar
28
revised Entanglement ladder algebra and quantization of entanglement
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Mar
28
asked Entanglement ladder algebra and quantization of entanglement
Mar
27
comment what is the kinematics of a particle with complex mass?
care to provide a reference to read more about this interpretation?
Mar
20
comment Why is there such an interest in Helium-3 and Moon mining?
the natural decay of Tritium produces <sup>3</sup>He
Mar
17
answered Why don't we have a theory of everything?
Mar
17
comment missing dark matter?
thanks, will review those
Mar
6
comment Can antimatter be used as fuel for nuclear reactors?
anna, no one cares about extracting energy from antimatter other than for interstellar propulsion. If we could safely store kilograms, or even tons of the stuff for years, a trip to Alpha-Centauri would take less than a decade. Then, all the inefficiency in creating the antimatter would be just the production cost of interstellar-worthy fuel
Mar
6
comment Can antimatter be used as fuel for nuclear reactors?
Emilio, no one cares about extracting energy from antimatter other than for interstellar propulsion. If we could safely store kilograms, or even tons of the stuff for years, a trip to Alpha-Centauri would take less than a decade. Then, all the inefficiency in creating the antimatter would be just the production cost of interstellar-worthy fuel
Mar
5
comment What is the relationship between vibration of the field and quantum fluctuation?
Fluctuations are usually related to the thermodynamic dissipation of energy in a system via a well-known theorem called en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fluctuation-dissipation_theorem
Feb
25
comment Superposition in classical Mechanics
the simplest approach to derive the group structure from the differential equation is to expand in power series in terms of the nonlinear coeffs. and find the structure constants for each power
Feb
24
comment Superposition in classical Mechanics
ugh. Some nonlinear differential equations retain a Lie group symmetry of solutions, meaning that $\phi_1$ and $\phi_2$ are solutions, imply that $G(\phi_1, \phi_2)$ will also be a solution
Feb
17
comment Detectability of interstellar messages
our current ways of organizing scientific knowledge make it into very deep, parceled trees with so much repeated work across domains, that doesn't always benefit from the progress that happened in the rest. Science needs more polymaths and generalists desperately
Feb
17
answered Detectability of interstellar messages
Feb
11
comment How come some people are claiming that the Big Bang never happened?
+1, so it seems they would have done a much more useful job if they would have just focused on arguing their 'Bohmian trajectories are better geodesics in the early universe' point better, rather than assuming everyone would agree with it
Feb
10
comment Vertex insertions as functionals
@Hindsight, here is a pretty good exposition of the argument: mth.kcl.ac.uk/~streater/lostcauses.html#XXII