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Graduate student at Columbia University, Interested in Cosmology


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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Curious
Mar
15
asked Electron propagator in a strong background B field
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awarded  Teacher
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14
answered Explain Turbulence
May
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asked Is there a relativity-compatible thermodynamics?
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6
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
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asked Is there a nice way to write Navier-Stokes equations in exterior calculus
Dec
12
comment Cascade in relativistic turbulence
Thanks. What I would like to know is how we can formulate same argument for relativistic fluid. The problem about relativistic fluid is, first time and space coordinate are mixed where "energy" is not naturally defined, second density can not be assumed invariant any more. So is there any similar thing like cascade of energy-momentum?
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11
asked Cascade in relativistic turbulence
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29
awarded  Student
Oct
29
asked Is single photon annihination of electron-positron pair prohibited by Feynman diagram analysis?