[ExI] [NSG-d] Interesting new way to calculate high-energy particle interactions

Anders Sandberg anders at aleph.se
Wed Sep 25 23:08:01 UTC 2013

Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org> , 24/9/2013 8:23 PM:
On Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 01:04:01PM -0400, Mike Dougherty wrote: 
> No commentary?  :( 
None I can share publicly :( 
Ah, need-to-know physics.  Only particles involved in an interaction are allowed to know how it works. The rest of the world will only see probabilities - and Heisenberg rarely approves of FOIA requests for observables for "national incommensurability reasons". Even when you get observables the wavefunction is always redacted. 
>From what I got of the talk about the finding it sounds like a fairly solid research project, but so does string theory (which has better music videos, so far). Would be cool if Feynman diagrams ended up obsolete. 

Anders Sandberg, Future of Humanity Institute Philosophy Faculty of Oxford University
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