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## Threads, Quanta, and Technostuff: Theory of Loop Quantum Gravity

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The Theory of Loop Quantum Gravity is the lone, valid competition for the Superstring Theory. This theory quantifies Einstein’s Theory of Relativity by breaking down spacetime into sections called quanta at the Plank Scale. The Plank Scale, named after Max Plank, is the absolute most minuscule, microscopic measurement in the fabric of spacetime that physicists can only dream to observe. At this level, the very large and very small collide in what is known as quantum gravity. Quanta, when woven together

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## The Elegant Universe

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View of Gravity" and continues by discussing the incompatibility of Newtonian Gravity and Special Relativity. The author also talks about how Einstein discovered the link between acceleration and the warping of space and time. Greene also discuses the basic aspects of General Relativity. He later points out how the two theories of relativity effect black holes, the big bang, and the expansion of space.Chapter 4: Microscopic Weirdness This chapter describes, in detail, the workings of quantum mechanics

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## Relationship Between Strings and Spacetime Geometry

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If string theory is a theory of gravity, then how does it compare with Einstein's theory of gravity? What is the relationship between strings and spacetime geometry? Strings and gravitons The simplest case to imagine is a single string traveling in a flat spacetime in d dimensions, meaning that it is traveling across space while time is ticking, so to speak. A string is a one-dimensional object, meaning that if you want to travel along a string, you can only go forwards or backwards in the direction

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## What´s Interaction Adaptation Theory?

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I. Introduction: Have you watched the Big Bang Theory? Have you noticed how awesome they are? There are multiple shows that could have been chosen to cover this theory. But I feel the Big bang theory has some pretty good examples. They have some pretty interesting interactions with each other. They talk in scientific terms and sometime have to dumb it down for Penny. But today let’s talk about a scene between Sheldon and Penny, and how it relates to the Interaction Adaptation Theory. Throughout

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mathematical formula used to describe the period of the pendulum is: T= 2 pâˆštex2html_wrap_inline105/g T is the period (time for one swing - seconds) tex2html_wrap_inline105 is the length of the pendulum (metres) g is the acceleration dues to gravity. (N/KG) tex2html_wrap_inline105 (Length) is in the formula, clearly indicating that it is a factor which will directly affect the period of time. To see whether the time period will increase or decrease when the length is increased, I will

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## The Search for Large Extra Dimensions using Dijet Production from pp Collisions at 1.8 TeV

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Large Extra Dimensions (LED) can be determined given that (at ~ Mew or greater) gravity and its mediator, the graviton (spin 2), can access these extra dimensional manifolds. Atwood has developed a model using hadron colliders and the cross-sections for a 2 T 2 hadronic dijet process.[2] We propose to use this model and to make a best fit as well as to establish bounds using Ms, the Planck energy scale for when quantum gravity causes a noticeable change from the SM, and n, the number of compacted extra

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## The String Theory

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Sub-atomic particles, known as quarks, electrons, photons, and neutrinos were strewn across expanding space. Equal amounts of matter and antimatter particles began to collide and annihilate each other. Gravity, strong and weak nuclear forces, and electromagnetic forces soon came into play. As the universe started to cool, fundamental particles called quarks began to smash together forming protons and neutrons. They, in turn, merged to create the nuclei of simple elements, beginning with hydrogen

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## Invalidity of the Creationism Theory

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Invalidity of the Creationism Theory Since I was a small child I have been interested in science, specifically the natural sciences. They have always intensely fascinated me. So of course being the curious child I was, I read many volumes on paleontology, paleo-archeology, and geology. During this same time, my parents were deeply involved in the church. They both had just graduated from seminary school and were thinking of starting their own ministry. This of course caused quite a conflict

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## Black Holes

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American scientist John Wheeler coined the phrase “black hole” in 1969 to describe a massively compact star with such a strong gravitational field that light cannot escape. When a star’s central reserve of hydrogen is depleted, the star begins to die. Gravity causes the center to contract to higher and higher temperatures, while the outer regions swell up, and the star becomes a red giant. The star then evolves into a white dwarf, where most of its matter is compressed into a sphere roughly the size of

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## Black Holes

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escape their gravity. Therefore, nothing can travel faster than light, and nothing can escape from inside a black hole. In other words, a black hole is a region of space with so much mass concentrated in it that there is no way for a nearby object to escape its gravitational pull. To understand black holes in detail, we have to delve into some results of Einstein's general theory of relativity, which is our best theory of gravity at the moment. This theory helps us think about gravity under fairly

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