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Hidden one-dimensional physics in 2D critical metals

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posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 02:15 AM
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New theoretical work shows that in two-dimensional condensed matter systems, one-dimensional processes such as forward or backward scattering have a dramatic effect on the physical behavior of fermions near a quantum critical point and derail attempts to get an accurate description of a non-Fermi-liquid.

physics.aps.org...

That is as easy as it gets in the article lol..

I'm not a scientist to translate this in to layman for ATS to understand.

I will be so happy if someone can translate this in to an easier to understand story



Thanks in advance..




posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 02:44 AM
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Found something else which is very interesting:

Inexplicable Superconductor Fractals Hint at Higher Universal Laws





What seemed to be flaws in the structure of a mystery metal may have given physicists a glimpse into as-yet-undiscovered laws of the universe.

The qualities of a high-temperature superconductor — a compound in which electrons obey the spooky laws of quantum physics, and flow in perfect synchrony, without friction — appear linked to the fractal arrangements of seemingly random oxygen atoms.




Those atoms weren’t thought to matter, especially not in relation to the behavior of individual electrons, which exist at a scale thousands of times smaller. The findings, published Aug. 12 in Nature, are a physics equivalent of discovering a link between two utterly separate dimensions.




“We don’t know the theory for this,” said physicist Antonio Bianconi of Rome’s Sapienza University. “We just make the experimental observation that the two worlds seem to interfere.”
Read More www.wired.com...




WOW

The Universe is fascinating, but not random..



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 02:29 PM
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The first might deal with statistical behavior fermions and
thus one dimensional.
I don't know about high-temperature superconductor but Tesla
used liquid air in a patent and at the base of his world wide power
and communication towers.
The high-temperature superconductor project is to deflect people
from the low temperature viability of the self acting machine Tesla
said he built and must now be under illuminati control at Los Alamos.
So the Illuminati will always promote things like plastic and keep metal for
themselves. So invest in metals?
Metals do it better when it comes to electrons and electricity.



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