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2019

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2019

Quantum scale symmetry is the realization of scale invariance in a quantum field theory. No parameters with dimension of length… Expand

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2018

2018

According to Quantum FFF Theory, all Black Holes (BHs) repel all Fermionic matter, by the Fermionic rigid string shaped propeller… Expand

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2017

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2017

In a variable gravity scenario containing an ultraviolet and an infrared fixed point quantum scale invariance emerges at both… Expand

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2017

2017

We highlight how the existence of an ultraviolet completion for interacting Standard-Model type matter puts constraints on the… Expand

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2016

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2016

In this paper, I suggest a new way to write the gravitational constant that makes all of the Planck units: Planck length, Planck… Expand

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2016

2016

In this paper we rewrite the gravitational constant based on its relationship with the Planck length and based on this, we… Expand

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2015

2015

This paper expounds that besides the well-known spatio-temporal problem there is a causal problem of entanglement: even when one… Expand

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2011

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2011

On a vertically vibrating ﬂuid interface, a droplet can remain bouncing indeﬁnitely.When approaching the Faraday instability… Expand

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2009

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2009

We show that the strong form of Heisenberg’s inequalities due to Robertson and Schrödinger can be formally derived using only… Expand

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1996

Highly Cited

1996

AbstractIn this essay, we introduce a new effect of gravitationally induced quantum mechanical phases in neutrino oscillations… Expand

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