Tags » QFT

Physicists can't solve nothing

From the opening section of a book on the many-body problem:
“It might be noted here, for the benefit of those interested in exact solutions, that there is an alternative formulation of the many-body problem, i.e., how many bodies are required before we have a problem? 115 more words

Precursor Field Curving Twists

I think I see the geometry of how the twists could form closed quantized loops. If there is a geometrical explanation for the particle zoo, I think this model would be a viable candidate. 758 more words

Physics

String Theory vs Twist Theory in QFT

I’ve worked for some time now on a twist field theory that supposedly would provide a description of how quantized particles emerge, and have been working out the required constraints for the field. 738 more words

Physics

Precursor Field Connection to Quantum Field Theory

I’ve done some pretty intense thinking about the precursor field that enables quantized particles to exist (see prior post for a summary of this thought process) via unitary field twists that tend to a background state direction. 618 more words

Physics

CinePunked: 24 Frames Per Second

By request CinePunked are back at the QFT on Sunday 6 November 2016 for another live interactive event. Tying in with the Queens Film Theatre’s season of 35mm screenings during November, Robert JE Simpson and Rachael Kelly will be leading the discussion on the place of 35mm in cinema. 53 more words

Live Event

Precursor Field Continuing Work

I suspect that groundbreaking work in any field which involves the old saw of 5% inspiration, 95% sweat applies to what I’m doing with the precursor field. 1,259 more words

Physics

CinePunked: It's Alive!

We’re back at the QFT on Saturday 8 October 2016 from 8.30pm to get you in the mood for the darker nights as we talk Universal’s classic horror cinema. 68 more words

Live Event