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Frank Wilczek corrects a misunderstanding

In my blog site “Renaissance Universal” the last name “Wilczek” appears in 12 blogposts. I appreciate Frank Wilczek‘s contributions to physics. He shared the 2004 Nobel Prize in Physics with David Gross and David Politzer “for the discovery of asymptotic freedom … Continue reading

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Story of how Feynman tried to get rid of fields but couldn’t

The “field” concept is a useful theoretical construct in physics. Fields can be quantized. The electromagnetic field consists of quanta known as photons. In QFT (Quantum Field Theory) the elementary particles are thought of as quanta of their respective field. … Continue reading

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