# sci.physics.research

**Properties of Magnetic Materials**,*Lester Lapsus***The Second Law of Thermodynamics says "god" doesn't throw dice...**,*island***algebra of Kreimer-Connes renormalization**,*urs schreiber***[String-schools] next "Saalburg" school**,*Gabriele Honecker***What is a "nuclear flame"?**,*Radium***Job: Senior Lecturer & Research Fellows in Quantum Information Science (Theory)**,*Jason . Twamley***The measurement postulate**,*Mike Helland***P. Milloni and his paper**,*Naos***Re: P. Milonni and his paper**,*ebunn***Re: P. Milloni and his paper**,*a student*

**Re: QM without "photons" or Schr?dinger's wave equation**,*Andrey Akhmeteli***wave function in QM and QED**,*kvblake2003***Re: wave function in QM and QED**,*Jon Bell*

**log log plot of decay widths**,*arivero@xxxxxxxxx***Decoherence - matter wave disentanglement?**,*zekise***Questions about atoms**,*Mike Helland***boosts on spinors**,*mahdiarnt***Re: Solid State Physics Q about ice melting point**,*Igor Khavkine***Why do instantons exist in lattice gauge theory?**,*Max***Postdoctoral position in Nanotechnology**,*manuscha***Attaching conductive cable to orbital object**,*rhnl***Re: Attaching conductive cable to orbital object**,*Dirk Bruere***Re: Attaching conductive cable to orbital object**,*mr . scate***Re: Attaching conductive cable to orbital object**,*Phillip Helbig---remove CLOTHES to reply***Re: Attaching conductive cable to orbital object**,*ianparker2*

**Fine-Tuning from First Principles... don't laugh...**,*island***Radiation reaction for a uniformly accelerated charge**,*spardr***Re: Radiation reaction for a uniformly accelerated charge**,*Ken S. Tucker***Re: Radiation reaction for a uniformly accelerated charge**,*Daryl McCullough*

**why eta'(958)?**,*arivero@xxxxxxxxx***Life in the Cosmos**,*rev.goetz***Re: Life in the Cosmos**,*paulaireilly**Message not available***Re: Life in the Cosmos**,*island*

**rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*Chalky***Re: rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*Jon Bell***Re: rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*Jonathan Thornburg -- remove -animal to reply***Re: rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*Pmb***Re: rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*John Bell***Re: rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*Chalky***Re: rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*Blackbird*

**Re: rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*Chalky*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*Greg Egan***Re: rest mass/relativistic mass question**,*Greg Egan*

**Derivation of inertial mass = gravitational mass?**,*melroysoares***Re: Newton's inverse-square force law from Einsteni's equations**,*markwh04***DRAFT paper "Why Local Duality Symmetry May be the Key to Understanding Fermion Generation Replication and Rest Masses", comments appreciated**,*Jay R. Yablon***Posted Draft paper on Magnetic Monopoles, comments appreciated**,*Jay R. Yablon***Koide awareness**,*arivero@xxxxxxxxx***The Kitchen Sink Mystery**,*Souvik***Re: The Kitchen Sink Mystery**,*arivero@xxxxxxxxx*

**3 time dimensions**,*Dirk Bruere***Mathematical model of inertia**,*Mike Helland***Re: Mathematical model of inertia**,*Igor***Re: Mathematical model of inertia**,*jamesahart79***Re: Mathematical model of inertia**,*Mike Helland*

**Re: Mathematical model of inertia**,*Chris Rohr***Re: Mathematical model of inertia**,*markwh04*

**Curvature by Cartan's method?**,*nicola_ambrosetti***Re: Curvature by Cartan's method?**,*garrett . lisi***Re: Curvature by Cartan's method?**,*Roland Franzius***Re: Curvature by Cartan's method?**,*carlip-nospam***Re: Curvature by Cartan's method?**,*nicola_ambrosetti*

**Re: Curvature by Cartan's method?**,*markwh04*

**relativity question re supernovae**,*Cyberkatru***Re: relativity question re supernovae**,*Jeremy Henty***Re: relativity question re supernovae**,*ebunn***Re: relativity question re supernovae**,*Phillip Helbig---remove CLOTHES to reply***Re: relativity question re supernovae**,*Alf P. Steinbach***Re: relativity question re supernovae**,*jamesahart79*

**Announcing Cycles Research Insititute Discussion Forum**,*Ray Tomes***Space- and time-like showers**,*kalium@xxxxxx***Quantum Decoherence - heavy matterwave collision-emission**,*zekise***Zero-postulate classical derivation of Planck's law - at the APS Meeting in March**,*earthshrink***Why does EPR need two observables?**,*Vonny N.***Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*a student***Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*Ilja Schmelzer***Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*a student***Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*Ilja Schmelzer***Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*I.Vecchi*

**Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*I.Vecchi***Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*Andreas Most*

**Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*Vonny N.***Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*Ilja Schmelzer*

**Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*a student***Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*I.Vecchi***Re: Why does EPR need two observables?**,*nightlight*

**interference experiment with opposite orientations of spin**,*Nick***Introductory book on string theory?**,*Ralph E. Frost***Re: Introductory book on string theory?**,*Mikael Djurfeldt***Re: Introductory book on string theory?**,*Ralph E. Frost*

**Modular Invariance**,*S.M***Re: Modular Invariance**,*rusty***Re: Modular Invariance**,*S.M***Re: Modular Invariance**,*rusty***Re: Modular Invariance**,*thomas_larsson_01*

**Re: Stationary neutrinos**,*John Baez***How strong is the evidence for Bell inequality violations?**,*gralp***Question about conformal flatness**,*Charles Francis***This Week's Finds in Mathematical Physics (Week 226)**,*John Baez***Re: Newton's inverse-square force law from Einstein's equation**,*Richard Saam***MME question**,*Mike Helland***Re: MME question**,*Jonathan Thornburg -- remove -animal to reply***Re: MME question**,*Mike Helland***Re: MME question**,*Cl . Massé*

**Re: MME question**,*Cl.Massé*

**Looking for arXiv endorsement**,*Mike Helland***Links to historic pysics papers**,*Allan Murray***Re: LQG vs. Minkowsky Spacetime (Was: The string theory dominance)**,*Marissa Kay***Re: applications leading to a normal eigenvalue problem**,*ARP***Re: applications leading to a normal eigenvalue problem**,*Arnold Neumaier*

**Re: What to make of the supposed observation of a Cosmic String.**,*Igor Khavkine***Planck length calculated assuming D > 3 dimensions - would it be larger?**,*teds@xxxxxxxxx***Mass vs distance**,*Ian Macmillan***Re: Mass vs distance**,*Phillip Helbig---remove CLOTHES to reply***Re: Mass vs distance**,*Ian Macmillan**Message not available***Re: Mass vs distance**,*Ian Macmillan*

**Re: Mass vs distance**,*Cl.Massé***Re: Mass vs distance**,*paulaireilly***Re: Mass vs distance**,*Ian Macmillan*

**Re: Mass vs distance**,*paulaireilly*

**Re: Mass vs distance**,*paulaireilly***Re: Mass vs distance**,*Ian Macmillan***Re: Mass vs distance**,*paulaireilly*

**Radiation's equivalence principle**,*Lord Snooty***Re: Radiation's equivalence principle**,*Phillip Helbig---remove CLOTHES to reply***Re: Radiation's equivalence principle**,*ebunn***Re: Radiation's equivalence principle**,*Tom Roberts***[Spam?] Re: Radiation's equivalence principle**,*ebunn***Re: Radiation's equivalence principle**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Radiation's equivalence principle**,*ebunn***Equations of motion for charged particles**,*spardr*

**Re: Radiation's equivalence principle**,*Marc Millis***Re: Radiation's equivalence principle**,*ebunn***Re: Radiation's equivalence principle**,*markwh04*

**"s" state electrons in Hydrogen**,*Mike Fontenot***Re: "s" state electrons in Hydrogen**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: "s" state electrons in Hydrogen**,*Mike Fontenot***Re: "s" state electrons in Hydrogen**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: "s" state electrons in Hydrogen**,*Roland Franzius*

**Re: "s" state electrons in Hydrogen**,*Jon Bell***Re: "s" state electrons in Hydrogen**,*Mike Fontenot*

**Re: "s" state electrons in Hydrogen**,*Cl.Massé***Re: "s" state electrons in Hydrogen**,*uekstrom*

**Is the non-relativistic Lagrangian Galilean invariant?**,*Max***Re: Is the non-relativistic Lagrangian Galilean invariant?**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Is the non-relativistic Lagrangian Galilean invariant?**,*Arnold Neumaier***Re: Is the non-relativistic Lagrangian Galilean invariant?**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Is the non-relativistic Lagrangian Galilean invariant?**,*Arnold Neumaier***Re: Is the non-relativistic Lagrangian Galilean invariant?**,*Hendrik van Hees***Re: Is the non-relativistic Lagrangian Galilean invariant?**,*Arnold Neumaier*

**Re: Is the non-relativistic Lagrangian Galilean invariant?**,*Hendrik van Hees*

**"P not equal NP" as a physical principle?**,*John Baez***Re: "P not equal NP" as a physical principle?**,*Marc Nardmann***Re: "P not equal NP" as a physical principle?**,*Aaron Denney*

**Is Einstein's general relativity a generalization of the Lorentz symmetry?**,*Max***The phase of Psi in a strong gravitational field**,*ANS***Re: The phase of Psi in a strong gravitational field**,*carlip-nospam***Re: The phase of Psi in a strong gravitational field**,*Igor Khavkine*

**Is spin torsion interaction in the Einstein-Cartan theory?**,*Max***Atomic orbital structure**,*Murray Coons***Re: Atomic orbital structure**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Atomic orbital structure**,*Arnold Neumaier*

**Re: Atomic orbital structure**,*Igor Khavkine*

**Excited states of the hydrogen atom**,*Mike Fontenot***Re: Excited states of the hydrogen atom**,*ebunn***Re: Excited states of the hydrogen atom**,*Mike Fontenot*

**Re: Excited states of the hydrogen atom**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Excited states of the hydrogen atom**,*Mike Fontenot*

*Message not available***Re: Excited states of the hydrogen atom**,*Mike Fontenot***Re: Excited states of the hydrogen atom**,*Blackbird*

**Re: Excited states of the hydrogen atom**,*Igor Khavkine*

**Milky Way**,*Dirk Bruere at Neopax***Re: Milky Way**,*Phillip Helbig---remove CLOTHES to reply***Re: Milky Way**,*Stephen Harris***Re: Milky Way**,*Marco Masi***Re: Milky Way**,*island*

**algebra of scalar superfields**,*arivero@xxxxxxxxx***Re: gauge transformations: local, global,large and asymptotically non-trivial**,*andrew . stewart***Re: Is temporal sign ambiguity inherent in Einstein's general relativistic field equation?**,*tessel*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Is temporal sign ambiguity inherent in Einstein's general relativistic field equation?**,*John Bell*

**Is spin torsion interaction in the Einstein-Cartan theory detectable?**,*Max***What is the spontaneously broken symmetry group for the liquid-gas phase transition?**,*Max***2-D CFT and Diff(circle)**,*isol***Are there more neutrinos than antineutrinos in the universe?**,*Max***Re: Penrose's new ideas on the big bang**,*DRLunsford*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Penrose's new ideas on the big bang**,*Charles Francis***Re: Penrose's new ideas on the big bang**,*Dirk Bruere at Neopax***Re: Penrose's new ideas on the big bang**,*Jakob Rohrhirsch*

**Re: Penrose's new ideas on the big bang**,*Jay R. Yablon***Re: Penrose's new ideas on the big bang**,*Charles Francis***Re: Penrose's new ideas on the big bang**,*pete . leigh*

**Re: Penrose's new ideas on the big bang**,*Charles Francis***Re: Penrose's new ideas on the big bang**,*markwh04*

**Re: building statistical thermodynamics from cellular automata**,*Alex***Re: gauge transformations: local, global, large and asymptotically non-trivial**,*thomas_larsson_01*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: gauge transformations: local, global, large and asymptotically non-trivial**,*Darth Sidious***Re: gauge transformations: local, global, large and asymptotically non-trivial**,*DRLunsford***Re: gauge transformations: local, global, large and asymptotically non-trivial**,*thomas_larsson_01***Re: gauge transformations: local, global, large and asymptotically non-trivial**,*thomas_larsson_01***Re: gauge transformations: local, global, large and asymptotically non-trivial**,*Darth Sidious*

**Why is pressure tensor in hydrodynamics purely dissipative?**,*Max***Re: Why is pressure tensor in hydrodynamics purely dissipative?**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Why is pressure tensor in hydrodynamics purely dissipative?**,*Niels L Ellegaard***Re: Why is pressure tensor in hydrodynamics purely dissipative?**,*Max***Re: Why is pressure tensor in hydrodynamics purely dissipative?**,*Igor Khavkine*

**Re: The Heim-Theory Research Group**,*John Reed***Re: Is this a common mistake in QM books?..**,*Roland Franzius***Re: Fermi's Paradox and Seti**,*Terry Pilling***Re: Black Hole Puts Dent In Space-time**,*Nick Summers***Re: Black Hole Puts Dent In Space-time**,*Norm Dresner*

**Re: the quantum hypothesis and blackbody radiation**,*Igor Khavkine***What is the helicity of Higgs Bosons?**,*Max***Re: What is the helicity of Higgs Bosons?**,*Hendrik van Hees***Re: What is the helicity of Higgs Bosons?**,*Boris Bralo***Re: What is the helicity of Higgs Bosons?**,*jambaugh***Re: What is the helicity of Higgs Bosons?**,*Max***Re: What is the helicity of Higgs Bosons?**,*Arnold Neumaier*

**Re: What is the helicity of Higgs Bosons?**,*mgao***Re: What is the helicity of Higgs Bosons?**,*jambaugh*

**Falling 6 arm interferometer?**,*tessel***Re: commutators and translation operators**,*boris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: commutators and translation operators**,*DGoncz***Re: commutators and translation operators**,*DGoncz***Re: commutators and translation operators**,*boris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx*

**Re: Looking for a concept**,*thomas_larsson_01***Re: Looking for a concept**,*Ilja Schmelzer*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Looking for a concept**,*I.Vecchi***Re: Looking for a concept**,*thomas_larsson_01***Re: Looking for a concept**,*Ilja Schmelzer*

**Re: Looking for a concept**,*thomas_larsson_01***Re: Looking for a concept**,*Ilja Schmelzer***Re: Looking for a concept**,*thomas_larsson_01*

**Re: Looking for a concept**,*thomas_larsson_01***Re: Looking for a concept**,*Kwok Man Hui***Re: Looking for a concept**,*Kwok Man Hui*

**Re: Quantum communication might be possible?**,*Ralph Hartley***Re: Quantum communication might be possible?**,*Ralph Hartley***Re: Quantum communication might be possible?**,*Ralph Hartley*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Quantum communication might be possible?**,*Greg Egan*

**Re: entangled states**,*Andreas Most***Re: entangled states**,*Ilja Schmelzer*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: entangled states**,*Hendrik van Hees***Re: entangled states**,*Andreas Most***Re: entangled states**,*Hendrik van Hees***Re: entangled states**,*Andreas Most*

**Re: entangled states**,*Andreas Most***Re: entangled states**,*Ilja Schmelzer*

**Re: entangled states**,*I.Vecchi***Re: entangled states**,*Andreas Most***Re: entangled states**,*I.Vecchi*

**Re: entangled states**,*I.Vecchi*

**A Newtonian Argument for Spacetime Curvature**,*Murat Ozer***Re: A Newtonian Argument for Spacetime Curvature**,*cmaj10***Re: A Newtonian Argument for Spacetime Curvature**,*Blackbird***Re: A Newtonian Argument for Spacetime Curvature**,*Phillip Helbig---remove CLOTHES to reply***Re: A Newtonian Argument for Spacetime Curvature**,*Joe Fischer*

**Re: A Newtonian Argument for Spacetime Curvature**,*Ilja Schmelzer***Re: A Newtonian Argument for Spacetime Curvature**,*RP*

**Re: Gyroscope**,*DGoncz***Generation of Entangled Photons**,*diogenes500*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Generation of Entangled Photons**,*Joe Rongen*

**Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*strangerep***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon*

**Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Kit Adams***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Kit Adams***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Kit Adams***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon*

**Re: Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Hendrik van Hees***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*strangerep***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Hendrik van Hees***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon*

**Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*strangerep***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Jay R. Yablon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Lorentz Invariance Questions in the Standard Model**,*strangerep***Re: Lorentz Invariance Questions in the Standard Model**,*Jay R. Yablon*

**Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Cl . Massé***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Cl.Massé***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Cl . Massé***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Cl.Massé***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon*

**Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Max***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Max***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Max***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*strangerep***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon*

**Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon*

**Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*strangerep***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon*

**Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*strangerep***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Lorentz violation of the Standard Model**,*J.C. Yoon*

**Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Vonny N.***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Douglas Natelson***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Vonny N.***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Hendrik van Hees***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Douglas Natelson***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Hendrik van Hees*

**Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*ebunn***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Arnold Neumaier***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Ilja Schmelzer***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Lou Pecora***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Vonny N.***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Douglas Natelson*

**Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Alex***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*acl***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Alex***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*Marissa Kay***Re: Is Classical Statistical Mechanics dead?**,*DRLunsford*

**"On the concept of mass on relativity"**,*Pmb*