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Theoretical physics

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PHYS 2206: physics formula sheet & constants (great overview) (found when reviewing for T2) & http://www.grossmont.edu/rosscohen/P240_EM_formulae.pdf (T2 formulas pasted on my cheat sheet)

PHYS 2206: physics formula sheet & constants (great overview) (found when reviewing for T2) & http://www.grossmont.edu/rosscohen/P240_EM_formulae.pdf (T2 formulas pasted on my cheat sheet)

Quantum Physics - Subatomic particles

This talks about subatomic particles and has a useful subatomic particle chart, do you know the difference between Quarks, leptons, elctrons, gluons this guide will help you understand the elementary particles of the standard model

The Standard Model and Quantum Gravity: Identifying and Correcting Errors (part…

Above: spin-1 quantum gravity illustration from the old 2009 version of quantumfieldtheory.org (a PDF linked here, containing useful Feynman quotations about this). To hear to a very brief Feynman …

Models of inflation got a big boost last week with the announcement of the first sighting of primordial gravitational waves.

Gravitational waves could help us sift through many visions for the rapid expansion of the early universe – or offer even wilder views of cosmic birth

The mystery of why quantum matter jumps from a wave-like state to a well-defined particle when it is observed has puzzled scientists for nearly a 100 years.

The mystery of why quantum matter jumps from a wave-like state to a well-defined particle when it is observed has puzzled scientists for nearly a 100 years.

O que um multiverso nos diria sobre Deus? | Tubo de Ensaio | Gazeta do Povo

Muita gente já parou para perguntar se não estamos sozinhos no espaço. Mas recentemente uma outra pergunta, ainda mais ampla, ganha algum terreno entre cientistas: e se o nosso universo não for o único? A ideia de um multiverso faz cientistas quebrarem a cabeça, e por causa dela teólogos também começaram a pensar nas consequências da possível existência de universos paralelos.