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Diego Mazón
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What are the units or dimensions of the Dirac delta function?

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The divergence in QCD Series-- How many are they, and what do they mean?

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Gravity as a gauge theory

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Is it really proper to say Ward identity is a consequence of gauge invariance?

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Regulator-scheme-independence in QFT

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Definitions: 'locality' vs 'causality'

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Schrödinger equation from Klein-Gordon equation?

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Why not use the Lagrangian, instead of the Hamiltonian, in nonrelativistic QM?

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Which Schrödinger equation is correct?

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Equivalence Theorem of the S-Matrix

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Why does nonlinearity in quantum mechanics lead to superluminal signaling?

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Contact Term and Schwinger Term

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Why electrons can't radiate in their atoms' orbits?

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Time ordering and time derivative in path integral formalism and operator formalism

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Problems with putting mass on Yang-Mills theory by hand

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Can we apply Schrödinger equation in Newton gravitational potential and derive the deterministic Newton's gravitation as a special case of it

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$\lambda=\frac{2h}{p}$ instead of $\lambda=\frac{h}{p}$?

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Why do some anomalies (only) lead to inconsistent quantum field theories

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Why $\lambda\phi^4$ theory, where $\lambda>0$, is not bounded from below?

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Information relationship to Special Relativity

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Why are differential equations for fields in physics of order two?

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Is the commutation of all possible operators sufficient to identify a spacelike interval?

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Counting degrees of freedom in presence of constraints

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Macroscopic laws which haven't been derived from microscopic laws

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What goes wrong when one tries to quantize a scalar field with Fermi statistics?

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Bead on a rotating hoop: Hamiltonian is conserved, but is not the total mechanical energy

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What makes an equation an 'equation of motion'?

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In what subfields and how far can the naive limit $c\rightarrow\infty$ of special relativity be carried?

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When is quasiparticle same as elementary excitation, and when is not?

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Why not using cosmic rays to study HEP, since they are way more energetic than LHC?