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Addresses on String Hypothesis Music of the Circles Jan Pieter van der Schaar Pythagoras "Music of the Circles" 569 – 475 BC, antiquated Greece Arithmetic, space science Pythagoreans Everything identified with numbers Positive whole numbers Found musical music Planets, infinite congruity
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Addresses on String Theory Music of the Spheres Jan Pieter van der Schaar Saturday Morning Physics

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Pythagoras “Music of the Spheres” 569 – 475 BC, antiquated Greece Mathematics, stargazing Pythagoreans Everything identified with numbers Positive whole numbers Discovered musical sounds Planets, vast congruity Music of the Spheres String hypothesis: everything is made out of string music Saturday Morning Physics

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Outline of the arrangement Why do we need string hypothesis What is string hypothesis Latest advancements Quantum mechanics versus Einstein Quantum mechanics and molecule material science General relativity Quantum gravity Saturday Morning Physics

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Goals I want to demonstrate that hypothetical (string) physicists are not exhausting Give you a feeling of the grand, wonderful yet interesting world portrayed by crucial hypothetical material science Show you the essentials, the why, what and how of string hypothesis Get over some of our energy To have some good times R.P. Feynman : “…Poets say science detracts from the stars\' excellence - insignificant globs of gas atoms…For much more glorious is reality than any craftsmen of the past imagined!…What men are writers who can talk about Jupiter in the event that he were similar to a man, yet in the event that he is a colossal turning circle of methane and smelling salts must be silent?” Saturday Morning Physics

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Goals of central material science Find the fundamental guidelines of the amusement (nature) Principle of Science: the test of all learning is trial Source of information: investigation, creative energy and speculations Division of work: trial and hypothetical To see complete nature as diverse parts of one arrangement of wonders and bind together our understanding Heat and mechanics Electricity, attraction and light Special relativity and gravity R.P. Feynman Saturday Morning Physics

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Unification Picasso: “A painter ought to work with as couple of components as possible” String Theory Saturday Morning Physics

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The Correspondence Principle Most and maybe all laws of nature are just an estimate, substantial up to a sure scale. Despite the fact that remedies can be to a great degree little, regarding our thoughts behind the laws of nature (thoughtfully) we are totally off-base. So little impacts now and again oblige significant changes in our thoughts. Saturday Morning Physics

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The huge and little What is the world made off ? Rudimentary particles What holds it together ? Strengths Physical laws of movement and powers The Standard Model of rudimentary particles Quantum mechanics and exceptional relativity Gravity General relativity Small Large Saturday Morning Physics

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Quantum Mechanics A. Einstein Black body radiation and the photograph electric impact Particles are waves and waves are particles! Light beams get to be photon groups (vitality quanta) Electron packs get to be electron beams (electron waves) Apparent when examining short separations, average scale is the span of particles, 0.00000001 cm M. Planck M. Planck : “... the entire method was a demonstration of depression on the grounds that a hypothetical translation must be found at any value, regardless of how high that may be” Saturday Morning Physics

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Quantum fluffiness Heisenberg’s vulnerability rule W. Heisenberg Nothing can sit still, which is the thing that we mean with quantum fluffiness, or the anxious way of the quantum world Saturday Morning Physics

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Quantum obstruction and likelihood QM just predicts probabilities Wavelike impedance of amplitudes If it can happen, it will happen Identical particles: FERMIONS and BOSONS Half whole number and whole number SPIN individually W. Pauli avoidance rule: Fermions Bosons Saturday Morning Physics

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Probing matter Accelerate and impact particles Particle/wave duality, wavelength = h/p Distance/vitality connection L. De Broglie Moral: to assemble the most data around an article, utilize the littlest conceivable test, obvious light: 0.00005 cm (cell) Saturday Morning Physics

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Special relativity Speed of light is the same for all onlookers! Affirmed tentatively: Michelson-Morley (1887) Consequences: moving tickers run slower and moving sticks are shorter Mass is only a type of vitality: E=mc 2 Space and time get to be space-time Apparent at speeds that are a noteworthy division of the rate of light A. Einstein H. Minkowski: “Space of itself, and time of itself will sink into insignificant shadows, and just a sort of union between them should survive” Saturday Morning Physics

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Special relativity more or less Space-Time Mass-Energy Saturday Morning Physics

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Quantum field hypothesis Matter and powers are all quantum relativistic fields Particles are protuberances (quanta) of the fields, e.g. photons, electrons, gluons and quarks: numerous molecule hypothesis ! General expectation : hostile to matter, matter + against matter = power field knots (e.g. photons) Interactions matter and power fields because of trade of envoy particles, the power\'s pieces field Feynman graphs P.A.M. Dirac Yang, Mills Feynman Gell-Mann Schwinger ‘t Hooft Veltman Weinberg Dyson, and Many others Saturday Morning Physics

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Feynman charts Calculates the likelihood that something happens Interactions at space-time focuses, called vertices Quantum amendments relate to circles If it can happen, it will happen Because e ~ 1/137 is a little number we can make successive rough guesses utilizing Feynman graphs e = + INFINITE ! Saturday Morning Physics

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The Standard Model Range: Infinite 10 - 16 cm Infinite 10 - 13 cm Strength: 10 - 40 10 - 3 1 10-100 Saturday Morning Physics

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The Standard Model publication Saturday Morning Physics

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Beyond the Standard Model Strength of electromagnetic, frail and solid cooperations (very nearly) meet when extrapolated to higher energies Unification collaborations ~ 10 16 GeV, Grand Unified Theory (GUT) Explaining 21 parameters; masses, charges and so forth. Dull matter in our universe Inclusion of gravitational communication Saturday Morning Physics

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Experimental destinations CERN (Geneve): electron/positron SLAC (San Francisco): electron/positron FERMILAB (Chicago): proton/hostile to proton Saturday Morning Physics

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Accelerator scales Mega = 10 6 Giga = 10 9 1 GeV ~ 10 - 24 grams Today (~25 km): ~10 - 17 cm or 10 4 GeV Earth (~40,000 km): ~10 - 21 cm or 10 8 GeV Universe: ~10 22 km Proton mass ~ 1 GeV, electron mass ~ 0.5 MeV TERRA INCOGNITA ! String scale Saturday Morning Physics

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General relativity Equivalence increasing speed and gravitational fields Equivalence inertial and gravitational mass Space-time is bended by vicinity of vitality Test items take after the briefest ways in bended space-time (geodesics) Experiment: Bending of light Shifting of perihelion in circle Mercury Stage of material science is no more altered, rather it has turned into a slippery marsh ! A. Einstein J. Wheeler: “Mass grasps space by letting it know how to bend, space holds mass by letting it know how to move” Saturday Morning Physics

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Curved space-time Test items take after briefest ways Positive and negative ebb and flow Singularities are purposes of endless ebb and flow; our stage separates ! Source is any vitality Analogy; the elastic sheet Saturday Morning Physics

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Gravity, particles and QM General relativity is an established hypothesis portraying traditional space-time Gravity is powerless, yet dependably acts in the same course (“clumps”) Describes expansive scale material science precisely Can be ignored for basic particles More vitality means more grounded gravity Planck scale is 10 - 33 cm, where quantum gravity impacts are thought to wind up critical Space-time froth and quantum gravity Saturday Morning Physics

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When vast meets little Space-time singularities (purposes of limitless arch) Big Bang Inside dark openings Vacuum vitality in quantum field hypothesis Particle material science close to the Planck length: 10 - 33 cm or 10 18 GeV Saturday Morning Physics

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QFT and GR don’t blend Gravitational waves, pieces of GR: gravitons “Quantizing” GR gives untamable infinities What does it intend to “quantize” space and time ? Associations in QFT are point-like We must be more innovative ! Point-like and spread collaborations Saturday Morning Physics

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String hypothesis Points supplanted by circles of string Q: circles of what ? A: stuff or vitality Two-dimensional Feynman charts : tubes or jeans Gravitons included ; limited quantum remedies ! M. Green J. Schwarz Saturday Morning Physics

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To outline: String hypothesis Saturday Morning Physics

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Come back one week from now String modes and rudimentary particles Open and shut strings Extra space-time measurements Supersymmetry Consistent superstring speculations Anonymous: “It is all s

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