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If a pebble is thrown into a black hole, an observer outside the black hole will see waves of energy diffuse outwards along the event horizon. The equations obeyed by this diffusion process turn out to be precisely those that describe the flow of energy in what are known as `strongly correlated...
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Mar 28 2016 | Springer

Quantum gravity in anti de Sitter space in three spacetime dimensions is conjectured to be dual to two dimensional conformal field theories (CFTs) with sparse spectra.

Jan 20 2016 | arXiv.org

One of the most powerful mathematical principles guiding our current understanding of quantum physics is symmetry.

Dec 1 2015 | APS Physics

The Cosmic Axion Spin Precession Experiment (CASPEr) has received funding for phase 1 from the Heising-Simons and Simons Foundations.

Nov 30 2015 | Springer

In 1974, Hawking put forward the notion that black holes are not truly ‘black’. Instead, a black hole continuously burns and emits all of its mass in the form of thermal radiation.