Monthly Archives: June 2011

Lisi and Weatherall in Scientific American: “A Geometric Theory of Everything”

“In 2007 physicist A. Garrett Lisi wrote the most talked about theoretical physics paper of the year. He argues that the geometric framework of modern quantum physics can be extended to incorporate Einstein’s theory, leading to a long-sought unification of … Continue reading

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Gustafsson in PPC-CERN: “Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope Observations of the Galactic Center”

  A forthcoming paper of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration will describe method and results yielding to the left plot (the right one is widely known).  A map of the galactic center after 2 years of Fermi operation by the Large Area Telescope (LAT) … Continue reading

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Serpico at PPC-CERN: “Theoretical aspects of dark matter indirect detection”

“Dark Matter (DM) was already discovered indirectly: via gravity. But gravity is “universal” and does not permit particle identification: a discovery via electromagnetic, strong or weak probes is needed. The LHC at CERN was designed to study the electroweak (EW) scale, however there … Continue reading

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