The Use of Math and Physics in the Deepening of Our Understanding of the Universe

The Use of Math and Physics in the Deepening of Our Understanding of the Universe

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The Use of Math and Physics in the Deepening of Our Understanding of the Universe Julie W. Bentley-Sikes MATH 1112 Professor O’Keefe
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What is know about the current state of our universe may be challenged in the span of the next five years. A program dubbed Holographic Methods for Strongly Coupled Systems , more lovingly called HoloGrav in the physics community, will be exploring gauge/gravity duality and its application in our world and universe. The HoloGrav program has incorporated 13 European Union countries into this research program, thus providing a wide variety of physicist input for its meticulous studies. Included in this melting pot of scientific research is the University of Southampton (in the UK). Their Professor of Theoretical High Energy Physics, Nick Evans, remarked when questioned about the program: We are starting to understand that quantum gravity is linked to other sources. We also want to understand quantum chromodynamics—the theoretical explanation of particles in
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The Use of Math and Physics in the Deepening of Our Understanding of the Universe

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