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Oktay Doğangün
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  • İstanbul, Türkiye
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Why do we study teleparallel gravity if it is equivalent to general relativity?

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The Spin Connection

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Is the description of the gravitational field as a vector field and a tensor field compatible?

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Why doesn't the Standard Model have a whole Potential Zoo?

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Is it at least theoretically possible for an electron and an antimuon or antitauon to annihilate?

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Why is a fermion field complex?

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Why the Dirac Lagrangian is globally invariant under U(1) symmetry and the QED Lagrangian is locally invariant under U(1)?

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What is the meaning of the second quantised wave function, actually?

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Calculating Schwarzschild surface gravity

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What are good books for special relativity?

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Why is $\mu\to e \gamma$ forbidden in the SM w/o neutrino masses?

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Formal Term for an invariant constant to all observers

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How curvature and field strength are exactly the same?

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A proton's weak charge is .0719. Is this dimensionless? A ratio?

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Would steam engines be possible at zero atmospheric pressure

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Can product of ket vector like $|A\rangle |B\rangle$ be defined?

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How are high-energy detectors able to to distinguish between $m_{e}$ and $m_{\mu}$?

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Electricity and magnetism

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Why does an electron have spin?

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Is it correct way of saying that a moving electric field causes magnetic field?

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Supersymmetry transformation of auxiliary scalar in Wess-Zumino model

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How are computed Branching decay modes (for Higgs boson and from a general point of view)

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Difference in covariant/contravariant indexation order in Tensors

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Distinction between spacetime and vacuum

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What is the "jet trigger" in heavy-ion collisions?

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Why is angular kinetic energy a part of effective potential energy for orbits?

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How do I prove that the Riemann curvature tensor is indeed a tensor?

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A particle must have energy to interact with the Higgs field: as energy is a source of gravity, it already has mass so what does it need Higgs for?

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EM field in a vacuum in terms of potentials

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The operation of scalar field $\phi (\vec x)$ on vacuum state