Wednesday, April 7, 2010


In its own words:
The snarXiv is a ran­dom high-energy the­ory paper gen­er­a­tor incor­po­rat­ing all the lat­est trends, entropic rea­son­ing, and excit­ing mod­uli spaces. The arXiv is sim­i­lar, but occa­sion­ally less ran­dom.
The abstracts are utterly compelling. I have absolutely seen crazier-sounding stuff than this on the arxiv:

The SUSY CP Problem
Comments: 7 pages, minor corrections
Subjects: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph)

Some work has been done in recent papers on models of bubbles. We take a holomorphic approach to a primordial resolution of the fine-tuning problem, and find that observables follow from adjoint Matrix Models surrounded by a stack of (p,q) 7- branes wrapped on an Euclidean symmetric space. We conjecture that a surface defect is present as realized in the MSSM. When constructing a solution to the U(1) problem, we discover that, in the Clebsch-Gordon decomposition case, a (p,q) 7- brane reduction of superconformal TQFTs is gauge mediated.


Unknown said...

Does Random Matrix Theory predict that, for sufficiently high dimension, all papers are true? If so, then my above speculation is also true generically.

Zed said...

I think that's only true if the matrices are in the antifundamental misrepresentation of a trinitary group.

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