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By Lawrence M. Krauss

Fear of Physics is a full of life, irreverent, and informative examine every thing from the physics of boiling water to state of the art examine on the observable limits of the universe. wealthy with anecdotes and obtainable examples, it nimbly levels over the instruments and notion in the back of the area of recent physics, taking the secret out of what's basically a really human highbrow endeavor.</Div>

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S. is overwhelming for small . M. Zhao et al. 0, The {GJ≠16} are TBRE ×ε. Here j=17/2, n=4. 0, The {GJ≠0 } are TBRE ×ε. Here j=17/2, n=4. 0 Fig. 12. s. s. probabilities obtained by fixing G0 = ±1 and all other GJ being the TBRE Hamiltonian multiplied by . In this figure, j = 17 2 and n = 4. s. probability is also sizable because of the contributions from J = 6 and J = 12 (refer to Table 6). The above numerical experiments are not trivial. s. dominance. s. s. (J = 0, 6, 8, 12, and 22, refer to the last row of Table 6).

Physics Reports 400 (2004) 1 – 66 for GJ = − JJ : J (j ) (EI )2 = J (EI,i )2 /(DI ) i (46) and 2 (EI ) 2 = J i J (j ) EI,i (DI )2 . (47) J (j ) Although it is oversimplified to assume that all non-zero eigenvalues EI,i ’s are equal, it is very instructive to estimate the I ’s by using this assumption. One can then obtain 2 I ∼ j+ 1 2 J (j ) i (EI,i )2 DI − 36 j+ 1 2 . By using the analytical expressions of the number of states with angular momentum I for four fermions in a single-j shell [48], one finally obtains12 for I = 0: for I = 2: for I = 4: 2 I 2 I 2 I ∼ 12 − 36/ j + ∼ 8 − 36/ j + ∼ 7 − 36/ j + 1 2 1 2 , 1 2 , .

S. dominance results from an interplay between the diagonal and off-diagonal matrix elements. In Ref. [77], Kaplan and Papenbrock studied the structure of eigenstates for many-body fermion systems in the presence of the TBRE Hamiltonian. They found that near the edge of the spectrum, wave function intensities of the TBRE Hamiltonian exhibit fluctuations which deviate significantly from the expectations of the random matrix theory. A simple formula was given which relates these fluctuations to the fluctuations for the TBRE Hamiltonian.

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