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Mathematical physics 

by Sandeep.P.D(2016-2019)


Mathematical physics refers to the development of mathematical methods for application to problems in physics. The Journal of Mathematical Physics defines the field as “the application of mathematics to problems in physics and the development of mathematical methods suitable for such applications and for the formulation of physical theories”.  798 more words


the natural laws are emergent properties of mathematical complexity

There is, without any possible doubt, a single entity of Existence which encompasses everything which exists.

Existence = 1

From this, it is inevitable that the natural laws are emergent properties of the increasing mathematical complexity of the sequence 1 = N(1/N).


a simple theory of everything

Max Tegmark, Garrett Lisi and others have proposed theories of everything that rest on the premise that physical reality is governed by natural laws which are… 175 more words


The Arthur Christmas Season

I don’t know how you spend your December, but part of it really ought to be done watching the Aardman Animation film Arthur Christmas. It inspired me to ponder a mathematical-physics question that got into some heady territory and this is a good time to point people back to that. 326 more words


Publisher's Pick: An extremal N=2 superconformal field theory

Researchers at Stanford and Boston University construct two dimensional CFTs with the right properties to be holographic duals of three-dimensional supergravity. They spoke to Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical… 440 more words

Journal Of Physics A: Mathematical And Theoretical