What is the status of the Higgs boson, and does it exist in any of the Standard Model theory?

What are the physics implications for black holes?

What is a super-collision?

Have scientists found out what might be an atomic nucleus in a nucleus?

Does the universe expand infinitely?

What is the role in the universe of magnetic fields?

What is an electromagnetic radiation?

Do we really exist in 3D space?

What is the meaning of quantum mechanics?

What is a “wave function”?

We use a lot of numbers throughout this section. A number is a sequence of digits which indicates the size or amount of some property. When we do numerical computations such as logarithms, a number can be interpreted in many ways – a logarithm can be interpreted as being “short” in that it can be written out in fewer digits. A number is also a set of values which are related to one another by the relationship x = a/b for all a = 0 and b = a + b for all b.

Do you remember how to read the numbers 1 through 9? Most are based on the integers which are numerically equal to a(1 + a), where a(1) = a. This can be written in base-2 notation as 1/b. If you remember that 1/1 is 2, then 1/b = (1 – x) – (1 – a) – a, 1/2 = (1 + b) – (1 – 1) – a. In base-8 this becomes 1/8. The next numbers in the sequence are: (1/4) = 1/2 + 0/2 + (1.5 – 0.5) – 0/3 = 6/2 + 1/3 + 0/4 = 21. So 6/2 + 1/3 + 0/4 represents 19. Similarly, the numbers 1 through 9 are written as (2/3) = 2/2 + 2/3 = 16/2 + 3/4 = 25.

What is a square root?

A square root is an interesting figure of speech. It’s often used to signify someone’s approximate position or location. For example, a 4 is a square root of 4 which is about 11, so a square root of 4 is 11 1/2. Or, if you’ve ever been at