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Supersymmetric Theory of Stochastic ABC Model: A Numerical Study [CL]

http://arxiv.org/abs/1604.08609

In this paper, we investigate numerically the stochastic ABC model, a toy model in the theory of astrophysical kinematic dynamos, within the recently proposed supersymmetric theory of stochastics (STS). 144 more words

Astrophysics Of Galaxies

mathematics and physics both develop from the same fundamental principles

the complexities of each are emergent properties of the application of these fundamental principles to their respective entities/units of existence, real or imagined… 93 more words

Number Theory

identity between numerical and physical ratios

if you place an object (a) with an identical object (a), together they form a group (a+a)

the ratio of the quantity of a in (a) to the quantity of a in (a+a) is… 63 more words

Number Theory

Stability and chaos in Kustaanheimo-Stiefel space induced by the Hopf fibration [CL]

http://arxiv.org/abs/1604.06673

The need for the extra dimension in Kustaanheimo-Stiefel (KS) regularization is explained by the topology of the Hopf fibration, which defines the geometry and structure of KS space. 243 more words

Solar And Stellar Astrophysics

Physics, Art, Mathematics, Science: Hidden Connections. A conference marking Sir Michael Berry’s 75th Birthday

Sir Michael Berry, IOP Publishing’s most prolific author, and long-time Editorial Board member on JPhysA, had a conference held in his honour on Friday 1 April 2016. 493 more words

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Jyrki Piilo: quantum memory and quantum systems

We talk to Dr Jyrki Piilo from the Non-Markovian Processes and Complex Systems group at Turku Centre for Quantum Physics about his work, the future of his field and his advice for a younger generation of scientists. 820 more words

Featured

an intersection of physics and number theory

⚫ and ⚫⚫ makes ⚫⚫⚫ (physical quantity)

1 + 2 = 3 (human number)

each of the ‘equations’ describes the same relationship; each is based on the same principles… 18 more words

Number Theory