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We discuss recent developments in our understanding of matter, broadly construed, and their implications for contemporary research in fundamental physics.
We obtain the conditions necessary for the emergence of various low-temperature ordered states (local-moment antiferromagnetism, unconventional superconductivity, quantum criticality, and Landau… (More)
Assuming that the speed up of the Vela pulsar was caused by a “starquake”, a number of predictions can be made, and the event can be taken as evidence that the interior of the pulsar is a superfluid.
MATTER in the interior of a typical neutron star is a mixture of three degenerate interacting quantum liquids—neutrons, protons and electrons, the latter two having a density at most a few per cent… (More)
The childhood wish for parenthood when it remains unfulfilled in adult life causes pain to a couple and imposes a strain on their relationship. For a woman's failure to conceive may be rooted in an… (More)
We present a detailed review of scaling behavior in the magnetically underdoped cuprate superconductors (hole dopings less than 0.20) and show that it reflects the presence of two coupled components… (More)
The idea of superconductivity without the mediating role of lattice vibrations (phonons) has a long history. It was realized soon after the publication of the Bardeen–Cooper–Schrieffer (BCS) theory… (More)
We establish the applicability to transport phenomena in the cuprate superconductors of a nearly antiferromagnetic Fermi liquid (NAFL) description of the magnetic interaction between planar… (More)
The measured period derivative1–3 for the millisecond pulsar PSR1937 + 214 is \Ṗ ≃ 1.05×10−19, whereas the present upper limit5 for PSR1953 + 296 is \Ṗ<4.2×10−17. For electromagnetic… (More)