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The Theory of Quantum Torus Knots By Michael Ungs
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A detailed mathematical derivation of space curves is presented that links the diverse fields of superfluids, quantum mechanics, and hydrodynamics by a common foundation. The basic mathematical... More > building block is called the theory of quantum torus knots (QTK).< Less
Quantum Physics Book Review By Yoyo Book
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This is a book review (1974 words) on the book "Quantum Theory: A very Short Introduction". It received an A-grade at undergraduate level. Users can read it to learn more about quantum... More > theory, or how to write a book review for science books. Please do not copy it wholesale for book review assignments.< Less
Quantum Physics Book Review By Yoyo Book
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This is a book review (1974 words) on the book "Quantum Theory: A very Short Introduction". It received an A-grade at undergraduate level. Users can read it to learn more about quantum... More > theory, or how to write a book review for science books. Please do not copy it wholesale for book review assignments.< Less
Quantum Physics: The Nodal Theory By Hector Parr
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This book examines some current attempts to understand the strange world of Quantum Physics. The author rejects the more bizarre descriptions of this world advanced by some commentators, and tries to... More > develop a reasonable and straightforward alternative that does not stretch credulity too far. He believes that many writers are led astray by a failure to appreciate the true nature of Time, and this provides a recurrent theme throughout the work.< Less
Quantum God Fractal Jesus By Andy Fletcher
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There may be just two great questions in life - why am I here, and why is there suffering? In seeking answers to those questions, believers and skeptics alike have reduced God and the character and... More > our understanding of God into neat, pointless little boxes into which neither God nor the universe fit. In seeking resolution, can it be found in science, nature, and the universe itself? Does the universe hold clues to the nature of God, and can it point in the direction of solving both the question of life's meaning and purpose, and the existence of evil and suffering? This is a beautifully and powerfully written book of science and faith, seamlessly woven together not so much to provide answers as to break believers and skeptics out of their metaphysical, theological, and scientific ruts.< Less
Quantum Gravity and the Standard Model By Nigel Cook
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We avoid the usual electroweak symmetry breaking problem, by changing electromagnetism from U(1) to a massless SU(2) gauge theory (which works out correctly, yielding Maxwell’s equations from... More > the Yang-Mills, because charged massless vector bosons can’t propagate asymmetrically), so that SU(2) becomes a complete electroweak theory. (This is fine for the weak bosons, while the apparent discrepancy between weak isospin charges and fractional quark electric charges disappears with a vacuum polarization model, which predicts that 1/3 or 2/3 of the electric charge energy of quarks is present as strong colour charge.) U(1) is not abandoned altogether; it is dark energy, which also predicts gravity. The mass of SU(2) weak bosons is then produced by the Glashow-Weinberg mixing of U(1) gravity with SU(2) electromagnetism. Instead of a electroweak symmetry being broken to yield Nambu-Goldstone “Higgs” bosons, the weak interaction emerges from a simple mixing of SU(2) electromagnetism with U(1) gravity.< Less
The Quantum and Relativistic Displacement Theory By Nathaniel Durham
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A short theoretical piece of work that is meant to explain what is behind this universe that we live in from both: a quantum perspective and a relativistic perspective to form this perspective.... More > Short, but readworthy.< Less
The Modern Mechanical Universe By Curtis A. Meyer
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This book has been written to support the first semester of an Honors Physics sequence at Carnegie Mellon University. The book covers classical mechanics, and introduction to quantum physics and an... More > introduction to statistical mechanics. It also integrates scientific computing into the curriculum.< Less
A New Mechanics of Physics By Nathaniel Durham
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An in depth, yet short paper with the author's theory of how that the laws of physics of existence were born.
Temporal Quantum Relativity By Eric Thimm
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Do you ever think, the thing you are looking for is right in front of your nose, yet you just can't see it. Like watching a magic trick and your theories of how the trick is done are more convoluted... More > the the illusion itself. If you are more interested in the skills of the magician, more so than the illusion of the trick. If you are driven by the need to understand the secrets of relativity and quantum mechanics. Then this is the book for you. Temporal quantum relativity isn't the theory to combine relativity and quantum mechanics, as Einstein had hoped. Instead it's a theory to bridge the gap of knowledge between them. A theory that describes how space is the unseen player behind the magic of the two very different phenomena like relativity and quantum mechanics. By understanding the role space plays in physics and correcting some misleading assumptions. Temporal quantum relativity seeks to fill in the gaps in our understanding rather then replace.< Less

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