Where Is the Confining String in Random Percolation


The percolating phase of whatever random percolation process resembles the confining vacuum of a gauge theory in most respects, with a string tension having a well-behaved continuum limit, a non trivial glueball spectrum and a deconfinement transition at a well determined temperature Tc. Simple numerical experiments reveal an underlying, strongly… (More)


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