The Standard model of particle physics is based on nonabelian gauge theories. Since there are observed phenomena which cannot be explained with ordinary Standard model, this theory can be further generalized. This paper treats an extension of the Standard model by introducing a generalization of nonabelian gauge theories.
One of the ways that early career researchers can effect change in the academic research system is to make their voices heard, particularly when their input is solicited. Two agencies are soliciting such input until early March 2015: a survey responding to the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) Report “Sustaining Discovery in Biological and Medical Sciences: A Discussion Framework”; and a Request for Information on the “Emeritus Award for Senior Researchers” from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Here we present a call to the scientific community to contribute to the discussions; provide resources that can allow researchers to read further and make informed comments on the proposals; and discuss the proposals in the hope of provoking further debate.
Creating rankings might seem like a vain exercise in belly-button gazing, even more so for people so unlike that kind of things as programmers. However, in this paper we will try to prove how creating city (or province) based on rankings in Spain has led to all kinds of interesting effects, including increased productivity and community building.
Medical students and residents often seek advice on a variety of topics from more senior physicians. Herein, I share the collected wisdom of 40 practicing physicians on topics of general interest to undergraduate and graduate medical trainees. Much of this advice is applicable to physicians already in practice.
Relativization: The act of constructing a physical model which obeys the Einstein equivalence principle. This paper corrects and extends the initial results regarding black hole thermodynamics revealed in the preceding paper. In the process of correcting and extending those initial upper bounds on the intensity of Hawking radiation from a micro black hole, I will Quantitative find much more. It will be demonstrated that a Schrodinger like equation derived in the previous papers once solved in position basis with the proper boundary conditions will give a model which works on any imaginable length scale. This will be worked out analytically with accuracy precision by the aid of
Currently NIH has put out a request for information (RFI) to “Optimizing Funding Policies and Other Strategies to Improve the Impact and Sustainability of Biomedical Research”. Here I open my response (unabridged version) submitted to this RFI. With the hope and intention of stimulating the scientific community to submit a response of their own as well as criticize, debate and use as resource, the points in this response.