This post, written by Thomas Boisson for the group Astrophysics, Astronomy, Quantum Physics on Facebook, summarizes all the major problems of quantum physics, nuclear physics, cosmology, particule physics and astrophysics that are still to be solved.
You can propose your solutions, ideas, for each of the mentioned problems. The goal is to make this discussion a rigorous scientific debate.
I) I think it is rather a system of harmonic expansion-contraction
II) I think that dark matter, which derives from dark energy does not exist, if the universe is a hyper-sphere with the zoom as dimension as hyper-radius, distant galaxies we will not be seeing them at our zoom level, and to fit with Einstein's equations we add more matter (energy), it would not be necessary to reduce the observed zoom level to its real level.
III) A hypersphere with the zoom dimension as a hyper-radio, since that form would solve a multitude of problems, remember that a very large sphere locally can be considered flat
IV) I'm not sure, but consider the zoom as a sure dimension that can explain it.
V) A dimension is a way to move maintaining without altering the following dimensions, if you say that there are more dimensions tell me which, if not, is wet paper.
VI) Does not exist, see point II
VII) I do not have the appropriate knowledge
VIII) I do not have the appropriate knowledge, even so one thing I have clear, in physics the infinite does not exist, any division between 0 or any singularity makes me suspect that something is not well posed.
IX) Gravity is a product of the curvature of space-time (or space-zoom as I think). Quantica is a house of cards about to fall.
X) see point VIII
XI) Space-time or space-zoom transmits waves like any other surface.
XII) Time does not really exist
XIII) I do not have the appropriate knowledge.
XIV) In the vacuum there is no energy because there is no matter.
A major question of physics that bothers me: why is not the universe completely in a quantum entangled state, how is classical physics possible? A possible solution could be linked to the expansion of the universe: like for the far out-of-thermal-equiilibirum state of the universe, the expansion is a time-dependent situation that produces new phase space faster than the universe can entangle or thermalize.
Somewhat related to Daniel's question: Is evolution by selection a universal process? That is, does it apply to physical laws? (I think it does: lasers, convection, etc.) Does evolution mean that the information content of the universe is increasing? Is it open-ended?
This report has been written to explain the nature, purposes, and organization of the Special Interest Groups (SIGS) and Special Interest Committees (SICS) of ACM, and to summarize SIG/SIC activity during the period August 1, 1970, to August 1, 1971.
I review the theoretical progress made in these 4 years concerning the process e+e- -> ttbar in the threshold region. I summarize the progress towards each of the three major physics goals that should be achieved at ttbar threshold region.
Some thoughts on function, goal and possible approaches to automatic text summarization. Also there is a conditionally-cooperative algorithm proposed here. The results are based on summarizing Polish interpellations and roughly compared with Skip-though neural network model.