Tag: Lluís Bussé

  • All known physics

    All known physics

    Humankind in its quest to discover the secrets of matter use the scientific method, standing out in areas such as astrophysics and particle physics. All in all, the road is long, and precise, as is already known from the famous theory of unification. It is wonderful to observe the following formulas that try to unravel […]

  • A few notes before the Big Bang

    A few notes before the Big Bang

    Neil Turok We came for something, something violent, something extraordinary. Two possibilities: 1. Time non exist in the beginning. 2. 10 spatial dimensions + time (BRANE) We have to be almost two branes. When they collide, remained extended. Plasma and matter. All is measured. Sitter spacetime scale factor and the gravitational wave perturbations a scale-invariant spectrum (|vk/a|2 […]

  • A tale on reality

    A tale on reality

    “I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.” R. P. Feynman (1965), The Character of Physical Law, MIT Press, 123.   I This is about a tale on reality. A real punch searching for the interactions and laws who govern our universe. We’re limited far away for infinite numbers of assumptions. The […]

  • The Monochrome Experience: Mirage

    The Monochrome Experience: Mirage

    Rainwater brings us the open door of liquid mirrors. When you reflect in its waters is easy to run the risk of existential vertigo, enjoy the relativistic abyss, and the slight tickling of time in a significantly deceptive space. Celebrate with me the flipped photograph of the rider. I waited a bit and this portal […]

  • The Monochrome Experience: Quantum entanglement

    The Monochrome Experience: Quantum entanglement

    Quantum entanglement is a physical phenomenon that occurs when a pair or group of particles is generated, interact, or share spatial proximity in a way such that the quantum state of each particle of the pair or group cannot be described independently of the state of the others, including when the particles are separated by […]

  • The Monochrome Experience: Entropy

    The Monochrome Experience: Entropy

    Definition of entropy: A) Thermodynamics: a measure of the unavailable energy in a closed thermodynamic system that is also usually considered to be a measure of the system’s disorder, that is a property of the system’s state, and that varies directly with any reversible change in heat in the system and inversely with the temperature […]

  • The Monochrome Experience: Inertia

    The Monochrome Experience: Inertia

    When a human body moves further from the (self)life of rotation it becomes increasingly more difficult to change the rotational velocity of the establishment. Intuitively, this is because the human being is now carrying more momentum with it around the circle of life and because the existential momentum is changing more quickly. (*) Photographs taken […]

  • The Monochrome Experience: Free Rein

    The Monochrome Experience: Free Rein

    Lovers hide their kisses between the stone steps, they just sealed a love on the bridge Pont des Arts. Tying love locks also on the Pont de l’Archeveche, near the Notre Dame cathedral, and will remain anchored other loved-up couples for ever. Rainy spring days, bright summer mornings, lethargic autumn evenings, long winter nights. The […]

  • The Monochrome Experience: La Cité des amants perdus

    The Monochrome Experience: La Cité des amants perdus

    The ghostly shadow jumps La Gare Saint-Lazare when Cartier-Bresson shoots his Leica rangefinder and the Second World War sneaks discrete through. Cheerful women in magazines smile decades ago and nobody check out. You can turn freely the pages of the dusty past, except for Duc de Berry, héritier du trône de France. The smiling young blonde dawns on the […]

  • The Monochrome Experience: We’ll Always Have Paris!

    The Monochrome Experience: We’ll Always Have Paris!

    City of charm, novelized by great writers, and desired by cohorts of unfathomable lovers. Rainwater is deposited in Man Ray style: Larmes (Tears) on Car-Tops. On the Seine you can feel the upward glance of the fin du 19e siècle. Couples unleash passions in invisible rooftops. The inner courtyards attend to growth the glistening wild […]

  • The Monochrome Experience: Claim

    The Monochrome Experience: Claim

    For once, protesters without visible text like a silent film with no synchronized recorded sound. Pure beauty where the message is omitted, and we only see the action. Photography allows us to disrupt reality from time to time*. (*) Photographs taken before the coronavirus pandemic

  • The Monochrome Experience: Humans And Ants

    The Monochrome Experience: Humans And Ants

    There are 7,8 billion humans on the planet today. Check out the exact number here. Ants alive on Earth at any given time exceed 10,000 trillions. We swarm with ants war and colonial ambition, but ants are in the pinnacle of social evolution*. (*) Photographs taken before the coronavirus pandemic.