Einstein`s quantum theory of the monatomic ideal gas: non

... as of Einstein’s ﬁrst two notes do not, it seems to us, allow a modern reader to decide whether Einstein or Bose were fully aware, at the time, of the conceptual implications of their new way of counting. We do have, however, parts of an epistolary exchange between Einstein and the Viennese physicis ...

... as of Einstein’s ﬁrst two notes do not, it seems to us, allow a modern reader to decide whether Einstein or Bose were fully aware, at the time, of the conceptual implications of their new way of counting. We do have, however, parts of an epistolary exchange between Einstein and the Viennese physicis ...

The Cosmological Constant Problem, an Inspiration for New Physics

... The spontaneous breaking of the weak interaction SU (2) × U (1) symmetry and of the strong interaction chiral symmetry both would be expected to shift the vacuum energy density in this way. Through the additive constant ǫ0 the minimum of the potential either after, or before symmetry breaking, can b ...

... The spontaneous breaking of the weak interaction SU (2) × U (1) symmetry and of the strong interaction chiral symmetry both would be expected to shift the vacuum energy density in this way. Through the additive constant ǫ0 the minimum of the potential either after, or before symmetry breaking, can b ...

The Einstein–Vlasov System/Kinetic Theory H˚ akan Andr´ easson

... The main purpose of this review paper is to discuss mathematical results for the Einstein–Vlasov system. However, in the first part of this introduction, we review kinetic theory in non-curved spacetimes and focus on the special-relativistic case, although some results in the non-relativistic case w ...

... The main purpose of this review paper is to discuss mathematical results for the Einstein–Vlasov system. However, in the first part of this introduction, we review kinetic theory in non-curved spacetimes and focus on the special-relativistic case, although some results in the non-relativistic case w ...

Applications of perturbation theory in black hole physics Paolo Pani

... galaxies at low redshift, and could have played an important role in the Universe structure formation. However, while electromagnetic observations have already provided us with strong evidences for the astrophysical reality of black holes, a definitive answer on their existence is still lacking and ...

... galaxies at low redshift, and could have played an important role in the Universe structure formation. However, while electromagnetic observations have already provided us with strong evidences for the astrophysical reality of black holes, a definitive answer on their existence is still lacking and ...

... galaxies at low redshift, and could have played an important role in the Universe structure formation. However, while electromagnetic observations have already provided us with strong evidences for the astrophysical reality of black holes, a definitive answer on their existence is still lacking and ...

Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions

... Today, however, a resolution seems to be emerging from an entirely new direction—the world of science—as the result of a new generation of powerful scientific instruments soaring through outer space. Ancient mythology relied upon the wisdom of storytellers to expound on the origins of our world. Tod ...

... Today, however, a resolution seems to be emerging from an entirely new direction—the world of science—as the result of a new generation of powerful scientific instruments soaring through outer space. Ancient mythology relied upon the wisdom of storytellers to expound on the origins of our world. Tod ...

Einstein_Discover (Chicago refs)

... nineteenth century physics. It had taken a wealth of experimental results in electricity, magnetism and light and captured them all in one set of differential equations, now known as “Maxwell’s equations.” The fit was close and precise. The slightest tinkering with the theory almost always creates a ...

... nineteenth century physics. It had taken a wealth of experimental results in electricity, magnetism and light and captured them all in one set of differential equations, now known as “Maxwell’s equations.” The fit was close and precise. The slightest tinkering with the theory almost always creates a ...

biennial 2004_05_engl_FINAL.indd - Albert Einstein Institute

... theory on a sound footing: theorists understood black holes, gravitational waves, gravitational lensing, and cosmology well enough to make confident physical predictions. This was just in time, because general relativity was becoming important to astronomy. The application of advanced technology to ...

... theory on a sound footing: theorists understood black holes, gravitational waves, gravitational lensing, and cosmology well enough to make confident physical predictions. This was just in time, because general relativity was becoming important to astronomy. The application of advanced technology to ...

Many-Minds Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

... where F is the gravitational force between two bodies of mass m1 and m2 at distance r and G is the gravitational constant (≈ 9.81 meter per second2 ), you can e.g. predict by mathematical computation the coming position of the planets in our Solar system from their current positions and velocities. ...

... where F is the gravitational force between two bodies of mass m1 and m2 at distance r and G is the gravitational constant (≈ 9.81 meter per second2 ), you can e.g. predict by mathematical computation the coming position of the planets in our Solar system from their current positions and velocities. ...

Black Holes in Neutron Stars

... Neutron stars are some of the densest objects in the Universe, their surface gravity and high densities means that they are possible candidates for the entrapment of dark matter particles. Dark matter was first postulated in 1933 and has since become a major field of research. Recent measurements of ...

... Neutron stars are some of the densest objects in the Universe, their surface gravity and high densities means that they are possible candidates for the entrapment of dark matter particles. Dark matter was first postulated in 1933 and has since become a major field of research. Recent measurements of ...