Oh it’s not boring to me. I love this stuff. I just like to point out where even the greatest of thinkers can succumb to a thinking flaw which can color results, cause confusion, etc. It can also give focus and determination – but you can have that while also knowing the order of things .

Oh it’s not boring to me. I love this stuff. I just like to point out where even the greatest of thinkers can succumb to a thinking flaw which can color results, cause confusion, etc.

It can also give focus and determination – but you can have that while also knowing the order of things .—

 

Intriguing. By focusing on a Euclidean shape with properties that encapsulate current laws it opens up various geometric tools for exploration.
 
https://arxiv.org/abs/1312.2007
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  His Amplituhedron is a part of a family of similar geometrical or algorithmic approaches that are all working to improve on Feynman. One of them has already found pragmatic results in particle physics testing: the work of Zvi Bern, who wrote “New Relations for Gauge-Theory Amplitudes” in 2008.https://www.nature.com/articles/502019a

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 Oh wait – it was probably Zvi Bern’s work in 1994 that was used.

“One-Loop n-Point Gauge Theory Amplitudes, Unitarity and Collinear Limits” https://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9403226 – going by the 1500 citations :)

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