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12:08 AM
Would a course in condensed matter physics be useful for stuff like neutron stars?
 
 
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1:08 AM
Yeah, probably. I think principles of condensed matter are used in studying the internal structure of neutron stars.
 
 
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6:08 AM
when I am anxious, time passes slower than I imagine. In the past two weeks, when it was Wednesday, I considered it's Friday the next day. Then when I checked calendar, finding it's only Thursday the next day, I felt gratified because I felt like I earned an extra day to do things.
 
 
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7:42 AM
@CaptainBohemian Good thing that it doesn't pass faster than you imagine! ;)
 
7:58 AM
"most of this material cannot be assimilated by reading books. You need to take courses following an appropriate Master program and pass exams."
Well so much for that
 
 
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9:47 AM
The notion of oneness is so out of date
and these pseudoscientists sure never tired to paste the word "quantum" in anything they can find
 
 
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12:03 PM
Which one is the good Lee on manifolds
There's like 4 books by a Lee on manifolds
 
12:20 PM
I think it depends on what sort of manifolds you're interested in? E.g. one is mainly about smooth manifolds, iirc
 
$$f(t)=\frac{\text{sgn}
(Z(t))\left|\sum\limits_{n=1}^{n=k} \frac{1}{n} \zeta(1/2+i \cdot t)\sum\limits_{d|n}\frac{\mu(d)}{d^{(1/2+i \cdot t-1)}}\right|}{g(t)+H_{\text{k}}}$$
$$g(t)=\frac{\partial \vartheta (t)}{\partial t}$$
 
@ACuriousMind Spacetimes, obviously
Which one had the tangent bundle at chapter 6
I remember that part
 
12:56 PM
hello
there is a formula that I don't understand
here is the photo
and here is the formula phoro
it is supposed to be the formula of the moment of the rotational joint
but I have no idea where it's come from
there are a bunch of 1/2 and negatives and positives that I don't get
the formula that I know for moment is F * (distance) which in here is W*L
 
1:20 PM
I found the answer
 
 
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2:57 PM
@Slereah yikes
 
odd stance considering he probably didn't learn string theory in school himself
 
does anyone knows the difference between a thermopile and a thermoelectric generator?
google returns a blank stares at me when I ask him the question
 
Was the SM and QFT on your transcript
I guess it's no loss
The York thing looks more up your alley as well
The 19-20 list is already filling up edpif.org/en/recrutement/prop.php
 
nvm I got it, thanks
 
There are like 14 gravity related ones in the 18-19 list, some with a green light, but you could check those names personal pages to see if there are any comments on applying
'Le premier volet de la thèse concerne les théories alternatives à la relativité générale motivées par le souhait d'interpréter les observations cosmologiques, conduisant dans le cadre du modèle standard de la cosmologie à supposer l'existence de matière ou d'énergie noire, d'une façon différente: via des modifications à grande distance de l'interaction gravitationnelle.
Le deuxième volet de cette thèse concerne la théorie des ondes gravitationnelles, motivée par les détections récentes LIGO/Virgo. L'étudiant s'insèrera dans notre programme du calcul du champ d'ondes gravitationnelles émis par un système de deux objets compacts (étoiles à neutrons ou trous noirs) à l'approximation 4PN de la relativité générale.'
'Théories alternatives de la gravitation et ondes gravitationnelles'
(red light but still)
 

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