# sci.physics.research

**Reparameterization Based on the Anticommutation Properties of Perturbative Corrections to the Fermion-Boson Vertex**,*Jay R. Yablon***Why Maxwell's equations cannot be assumed in empty space**,*Oh No***relativistic acceleration**,*Chalky***Re: relativistic acceleration**,*Dirk Van de moortel***Re: relativistic acceleration**,*Georg Kreyerhoff*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: relativistic acceleration**,*Greg Egan*

**What exactly is a "gluon jet"?**,*Radium***Fundamental particles and representations of the Poincare' group**,*Jamie***bootstrap principles**,*Oh No***Oscillating charge??**,*NILS BÖRJESSON***Re: Oscillating charge??**,*ebunn***Re: Oscillating charge??**,*Igor Khavkine*

**Deriving the contraction of a moving rod**,*Vonny N.***Re: Deriving the contraction of a moving rod**,*Dirk Van de moortel*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Deriving the contraction of a moving rod**,*Greg Egan***Re: Deriving the contraction of a moving rod**,*Tom Roberts*

**two rays of different wavelength will generate the same electric current ?**,*laura***Re: Entanglement (was Podkletnov) revisited?**,*John Baez***Paper on Missile Plume**,*Rocco***Question about SR and GR and the propagation of light**,*Mark***An Essay on the Relativistic Theory of the Non-Symmetric Field**,*Kurt Reichling***how is it that the Atomic Mass Unit is less than either the**,*robert bristow-johnson***Re: how is it that the Atomic Mass Unit is less than either the**,*Gerry Quinn***Re: how is it that the Atomic Mass Unit is less than either the**,*Phillip Helbig---remove CLOTHES to reply***Re: how is it that the Atomic Mass Unit is less than either the**,*Timo A. Nieminen***Re: how is it that the Atomic Mass Unit is less than either the**,*Sean Case***Re: how is it that the Atomic Mass Unit is less than either the**,*Igor Khavkine*

**Relational quantum gravity**,*Oh No***Re: Relational quantum gravity**,*Hontas Farmer***Re: Relational quantum gravity**,*Ken S. Tucker***Re: Relational quantum gravity**,*Oh No***Re: Relational quantum gravity**,*Oh No*

**A plea to save "New Scientist"**,*Greg Egan***Non-lagrangian from lagrangian**,*wandering . the . cosmos***Re: Non-lagrangian from lagrangian**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Non-lagrangian from lagrangian**,*wandering . the . cosmos***Re: Non-lagrangian from lagrangian**,*Igor Khavkine*

**Re: Non-lagrangian from lagrangian**,*Arnold Neumaier***Re: Non-lagrangian from lagrangian**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Non-lagrangian from lagrangian**,*Arnold Neumaier*

**Re: Non-lagrangian from lagrangian**,*Chris H. Fleming*

**Photons and Specific Entropy**,*rev.goetz***Re: Photons and Specific Entropy**,*carlip-nospam*

**fermi level in doped semiconductors**,*Sreenath N***Re: fermi level in doped semiconductors**,*William R. Frensley***Re: fermi level in doped semiconductors**,*Peritas***Re: fermi level in doped semiconductors**,*Igor Khavkine*

**The Emission of Photons**,*rev.goetz***Re: The Emission of Photons**,*Gerry Quinn*

**Implications of Hawking's recent work for black hole jumping astronauts**,*Gerry Quinn***If we had a Renormalized Theory of Gravitation, What Broad Features Would we Expect it to Have?**,*Jay R. Yablon***Re: If we had a Renormalized Theory of Gravitation, What Broad Features Would we Expect it to Have?**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: If we had a Renormalizable Theory of Gravitation, What Broad Features Would we Expect it to Have?**,*sr***Re: If we had a Renormalizable Theory of Gravitation, What Broad Features Would we Expect it to Have?**,*Alan***Re: If we had a Renormalizable Theory of Gravitation, What Broad Features Would we Expect it to Have?**,*sr**Chris H. Fleming**sr**Chris H. Fleming**Igor Khavkine**Alan*

**Re: If we had a Renormalized Theory of Gravitation, What Broad Features Would we Expect it to Have?**,*markwh04***Re: If we had a Renormalizable Theory of Gravitation,What Broad Features**,*Uncle Al*

**Re: the black fishing hole**,*tessel*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: the black fishing hole**,*Greg Egan***Re: the black fishing hole**,*tessel***Re: the black fishing hole**,*Gerry Quinn**Message not available**Message not available***Re: the black fishing hole**,*tessel*

**Re: the black fishing hole**,*Ralph Hartley*

**Re: the black fishing hole**,*Greg Egan***Re: the black fishing hole**,*Greg Egan*

**Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Jay R. Yablon***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Jay R. Yablon***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Jay R. Yablon***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Jay R. Yablon***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Jay R. Yablon***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Jay R. Yablon***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Jay R. Yablon*

**Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Ken S. Tucker***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*mihai cartoaje***Re: Relation of g^uv = (1/2) {gamma^u,gamma^v} to gravitational fields**,*sr*

**Number of gravitational field components?**,*A . Sevinc***Biot Savart's Law**,*A . Sevinc***JOB: Mathematician (contractor/consultant) San Francisco Bay Area**,*jmcgowan***Penrose and Entropy**,*rev.goetz***Re: Penrose and Entropy**,*Spud*

**Re: Dark Matter, QSOs and Microlensing**,*rloldershaw@xxxxxxxxxxx***Muon versus electron magnetic moments**,*Jay R. Yablon***Brownian motion on S^n, H^n**,*Alan***Question about seesaw mechanism**,*Eugene S.***References wanted: non-covariance of energy-momentum for non-isolated systems with finite volume**,*spamme606***Re: References wanted: non-covariance of energy-momentum for non-isolated systems with finite volume**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: References wanted: non-covariance of energy-momentum for non-isolated systems with finite volume**,*spamme606***Re: References wanted: non-covariance of energy-momentum for non-isolated systems with finite volume**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: References wanted: non-covariance of energy-momentum for**,*Bossavit*

**Bell with infinite hidden variables?**,*sr***orthogonality of hypergeometric functions**,*vivishek***Re: orthogonality of hypergeometric functions**,*Igor Khavkine*

**Quantum Fluctuations**,*rev.goetz***Re: Quantum Fluctuations**,*Arnold Neumaier***Re: Quantum Fluctuations**,*Gerry Quinn*

**Re: Why quantization?**,*Cl.Massé*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Why quantization?**,*markwh04***Re: Why quantization?**,*DRLunsford***Re: Why quantization?**,*markwh04***Re: Why quantization?**,*Gerard Westendorp***Re: Why quantization?**,*Arnold Neumaier***Re: Why quantization?**,*Gerard Westendorp***Re: Why quantization?**,*Arnold Neumaier***Re: Why quantization?**,*Gerard Westendorp***Re: Why quantization?**,*Gerard Westendorp***Re: Why quantization?**,*Calvin D. Ritchie*

**Re: Noise in space research**,*Peritas***Re: Noise in space research**,*John (Liberty) Bell***Re: Noise in space research**,*John (Liberty) Bell***Re: Noise in space research**,*John (Liberty) Bell*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Noise in space research**,*FrediFizzx***Re: Noise in space research**,*Ken S. Tucker***Re: Noise in space research**,*John (Liberty) Bell***Re: Noise in space research**,*Ralph Hartley*

**Re: Noise in space research**,*Oz*

**Re: Ranging and Pioneer**,*Oh No*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Ranging and Pioneer**,*Oh No***Re: Ranging and Pioneer**,*Igor Khavkine*

**Ranging and Pioneer**,*rob langley***Re: Ranging and Pioneer**,*Oh No***Re: Ranging and Pioneer**,*Igor Khavkine***Relational Quantum Gravity**,*Oh No*

**Re: Ranging and Pioneer**,*Oh No***Re: Ranging and Pioneer**,*John C. Polasek*

**Statistical Mechanics Problem**,*MauroM***Re: Statistical Mechanics Problem**,*ianparker2***Re: Statistical Mechanics Problem**,*MauroM***Re: Statistical Mechanics Problem**,*ianparker2*

**Re: Statistical Mechanics Problem**,*kunzmilan***Re: Statistical Mechanics Problem**,*MauroM***Re: Statistical Mechanics Problem**,*ianparker2*

**Re: Questions about Higgs scalars**,*Hendrik van Hees***Re: Questions about Higgs scalars**,*Jay R. Yablon*

**Re: Coulomb Force Between A Charge Rod & A Particle**,*Igor Khavkine*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Coulomb Force Between A Charge Rod & A Particle**,*Cl.Massé*

**This is the very best crank scientific GUT of physics I can come up with**,*Denis . Sjostrom***Re: Dirac Gamma matrices including gamma^5, and the Spacetime Metric g_uv**,*Igor Khavkine**Message not available*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Dirac Gamma matrices including gamma^5, and the Spacetime Metric g_uv**,*John Reed***Re: Dirac Gamma matrices including gamma^5, and the Spacetime Metric g_uv**,*DRLunsford***Re: Dirac Gamma matrices including gamma^5, and the Spacetime Metric g_uv**,*markwh04***Re: Dirac Gamma matrices including gamma^5, and the Spacetime Metric g_uv**,*Igor Khavkine***Re: Dirac Gamma matrices including gamma^5, and the Spacetime Metric g_uv**,*DRLunsford***Re: Dirac Gamma matrices including gamma^5, and the Spacetime Metric g_uv**,*Jay R. Yablon*

**Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*carlip-nospam*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*tessel***Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*tessel***Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*tessel***Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*Gerry Quinn***Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*Henning Makholm***Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*tessel***Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*tessel***Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*tessel***Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*tessel***Re: White Holes are time-reversed black holes?**,*tessel*

**Re: Unnatural phenonena**,*billb*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Unnatural phenonena**,*Cl . Massé*