Actually, I should post about BPRI, but it needs more proofreading so I postponed it and I post this instead.

This is my comment about X-men: days of Future Past. 267 more words

Actually, I should post about BPRI, but it needs more proofreading so I postponed it and I post this instead.

This is my comment about X-men: days of Future Past. 267 more words

In my last post I covered a simple exercise examining how movement within any set of spatial dimensions requires an additional dimension to act as a “time” dimension; that any multidimensional space in which change occurs 902 more words

Heck, I forgot to mention that the 2015 festival is on 3rd May!

Meanwhile, String Theory are playing at The Ring O Bells, Middleton, Manchester on Saturday 25th October. 8 more words

I’ve done several paintings through the years using textured surface that has bands or strings that twist and turn throughout. It’s an extreme texture, more pronounced on than my typical surfaces, and, as a result, takes center stage in these pieces. 294 more words

**Historical background**

In physics there is a consistent movement to unify nature. Working in the 1800s, Michael Faraday, through his study of induction by electricity and magnetism, unified electricity and magnetism into what we now know as electromagnetism – one of the four fundamental forces of nature. 1,130 more words

The divergence theorem in complex coordinates,

(where the contour integral circles the region R counterclockwise) appears in the context of two dimensional conformal field theory, to derive Noether’s Theorem and the Ward Identity for a conformally invariant scalar field theory (for example), and is useful in general in 2D CFT/string theory. 83 more words

When searching through the manifolds

of dimensions where your strings attach.

I find a single strand among bosonic welts

that connects your beating heart

to the pulsars of Andromeda… 99 more words