boingboing.net: Lisa Randall on extra dimensions, the Large Hadron Collider, and weird physics
gekrümmte paralleluniversen. unheimlich.
Extra dimensions could be relevant to one of the questions we're trying to answer at the (Large Hadron Collider): how particles get their mass, and why they have the masses that they do, which are far smaller than physicists would expect them to be. So our idea is there's an extra dimension that's so warped, the masses would be big in one place and small in another. In other words, gravity could be weaker in one place and stronger in another. If so, it could be a natural explanation both for why particles masses are what they are, and why gravity is so much weaker than the other elementary forces we observe.
ganzes interview auf smithsonianmag.com.
What hardware are you using?
I'm using a little spinning beach ball generator otherwise known as a 15 inch 2.66ghz Macbook Pro with 4gb memory from last year. OS X 10.6.8 - yeah I know, shut up. One day someone will uncover the hidden “self destruct/send in the beach ball" code and we'll all go “I KNEW IT!"
grandios: „a little spinning beach ball generator“. usethis.com ist eine site auf der alle möglichen leute erzählen welche geräte und software sie benutzen um das zu machen, was sie machen. finde ix grossartig, obwohl ich erst drei interviews gelesen habe.
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