Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Physics – Graduate Admission Metrics Assessment

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September 7, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, s104Statistical analysis suggests that among the metrics used for admission to U.S. graduate programs in physics, grade point average has the strongest correlation with indicators of academic...

New Evidence Against the Standard Model of Cosmology

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JETGS64kTys Physicists believe they understand pretty well how the universe works on large scales. There is dark matter and dark energy, and there is the expansion of the universe that allows matter to...

How glaciers set a table

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September 3, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, 123Laboratory experiments reveal the melting process that creates a commonly seen ice feature called a glacier table. DCrane Photography / stock.adobe.com Natural balance. A glacier...

Simulation of quantum particles on a grid

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September 2, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, s111A new quantum simulator uses microwave photons in a superconducting cavity to simulate particles on a lattice similar to those in superconductors or atomic nuclei. Jimmy SC Hung...

The minimum temperature for floating droplets

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September 1, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, p107With water on hot surfaces, the Leidenfrost effect persists at temperatures much lower than what is required to set it on, regardless of surface or liquid properties. D....

The geometry of basket weaving

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August 31, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, s112The researchers teamed up with an artist to tweak a popular basket weaving approach and find a way to weave ribbons to create any curvature you want....

3D collimation of matter waves

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Vincenzo TammaFaculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United KingdomAugust 30, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, 119An innovative matter wave lens that takes advantage of atomic interactions is able to slow the...

Why is quantum mechanics strange? The bomb experiment.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhIf3Q_m0FQ I've made some videos trying to demystify quantum mechanics. Because a lot of the things people say about quantum mechanics are not strange. Like overlays or entanglements. Not...

Everything vibrates. Really do it.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Abq2h5LttU I've noticed that anything that vibrates is a very popular idea among alternative medicine practitioners and holistic healers and so on. Like most scientific ideas pseudoscientists borrow, there is a...

Micro swimmers can handle large amounts of fluids

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August 20, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, 118According to simulations, a collection of tiny floating particles can comprise a volume of liquid that is much larger than the sum of the volumes entrained by...

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