Life in physics and nearby
Driving through one of the industrial parks near Detroit. It looks like QCD survives recession…
notice how stark and lonesome the building looks. a sign for the future?
What do they sell, any idea? Must be incalculable…
Well, according to their website (and the way the building looks is consistent with that): “DIJET is a worldwide supplier of precision metal cutting tooling and high impact custom cemented carbide.”
In other words, something in the deep infrared limit of any calculation that I do 🙂
Symmetry factor nothing Life in physics and nearby. this is not so good/
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I am an Associate Professor of Physics at Wayne State University (Detroit, USA). My research is in the field of the theoretical high energy physics.