Monday, June 23, 2014

What I do... [Video]

What I do when I don't do what I don't do. I'm the short one. The tall one is our soon-to-be-ex director Lárus Thorlacius, also known as the better half of black hole complementarity. Don't worry, I'm not singing.

7 comments:

  1. I'm not singing. You are! Replace "um"s with pensive cadences (pauses). Must the number of black holes be even?

    Firewall versus Equivalence Principle: No measurable observable violates the EP. Absolute discontinuous symmetry (outside Noether's theorems) unmeasurable observables are untested. e.g., geometric chirality. Optical rotation ignores mass distribution: 2-norbornanone 29.8° versus 2-norbornenone 1146°. Visually and chemically identical, single crystal test masses in enantiomorphic space groups (opposite shoes) violate the Equivalence Principle (P3(1)21 versus P3(2)21 α-quartz). Look. The EP need not be a law.

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  2. There was lately a strong claim about the resolution of the BH information paradox:

    An MSU physicist believes he has solved the "black hole information paradox"



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  3. Strong claim? In the sentence "X believes he has solved the black hole information paradox" I could name at least 30 people for X.

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  4. I'm never worried about you neither if you singing nor if you speak/write of physic. It's always a pleasure for me to listen to you. It's not a compliment, that's what I'm really thinking.

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