Tag Archives: Shahn Majid

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  • 17
    Dec

    2008

    milkyway

    Reflections on a Self-Representing Universe

    This will be my last regular post for a while because of Christmas and teaching three courses next term at my University. These past eleven posts, see here and here, have been my personal take on many...

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  • 9
    Dec

    2008

    science

    Quantum Gravity Solved! … If You’re an...

    After last week’s imaginative speculation, I’d better tell you something concrete. How about the solution to quantum gravity that has been eluding us for some 90 years? Here it is … er...

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  • 2
    Dec

    2008

    science

    Aristotle May Provide the Key to Quantum Gravity

    So far in these posts we have looked at testable quantum gravity effects, but I have not said much about the ultimate theory of quantum gravity itself. There is a simple reason: I do not think we have...

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  • 18
    Nov

    2008

    milkyway

    Quantum Anomaly and the Origin of Time

    First off, newly syndicated readers who want to have access to my previous posts can find them archived here as well as listed on my own site here. After last week’s speculations on time I would...

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  • 11
    Nov

    2008

    mathematics

    History, Economics, and Time Reversal

    Yikes. First off, congratulations America! Electing the first black US president has to be significant and already puts Obama into the history books, whatever economic and other problems may loom worryingly...

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  • 29
    Oct

    2008

    mathematics

    Truth, Symmetry, and Quantum Computers

    If the real world, at its base, is quantum, then should we not think with quantum logic? Shahn Majid discusses how the notion of quantum symmetry coming out of modern ideas on space and time could provide...

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  • 21
    Oct

    2008

    astronomy

    NASA Space Telescope to Test New Theory of Space...

    Is it impossible to pin down both where and when an event takes place, due to quantum gravity effects? Shahn Majid explains why this may be. In these posts I have emphasized ideas on the cutting edge of...

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  • 14
    Oct

    2008

    mathematics

    Graffitti from 1843 Key to Mysteries Investigated...

    Rowan W. Hamilton Some of Fields medalist Alain Connes‘ revolutionary ideas shed light on how to understand the ‘zoo’ of elementary particles thrown up by accelerators like the LHC. If...

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