Monthly Archives: March 2012

Quantum Breakthrough: Feynman Diagram Sampling and Feedback

Image7-DS-cropped2Quantum mechanics is the most accurate (and strangest) theory in the history of physics. Yet it has great difficulty making accurate predictions for “many-body” systems — those involving a large number of particles

March 23, 2012 Read more

A Universe from Nothing? Lawrence Krauss’ Theories Explained

Image8-DS-croppedIs “God” necessary for the creation of the universe? This is the central question in Lawrence Krauss’s popular science book, A Universe from Nothing. After a fascinating tour of modern cosmology, Krauss reveals

March 12, 2012 Read more
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