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2022-12-08: How Are Quasiparticles Different From Particles?

  • 07:56: ... encounter resistance - basically, they have collisions, which can be electromagnetic interactions with other electrons, falling into a hole, ...

2022-08-03: What Happens Inside a Proton?

  • 05:14: ... The smallness  of the fine structure constant means the   electromagnetic interaction is relatively  weak. Relative to the strong force ...

2021-04-07: Why the Muon g-2 Results Are So Exciting!

  • 04:33: In this theory, electromagnetic interactions result from charge particles communicating by exchanging virtual photons.
  • 07:36: So you add up all of the Feynman diagram to all possible electromagnetic interactions of the muon, but you don't stop there.

2019-03-20: Is Dark Energy Getting Stronger?

  • 02:40: ... matter is a particle of some unknown type, cold, diffuse, and immune to electromagnetic interactions of any ...

2018-08-15: Quantum Theory's Most Incredible Prediction

  • 06:35: It seethes with a faint quantum buzz, infinite phantom oscillations that add infinite complication to any electromagnetic interaction.
  • 11:32: This is the fundamental constant governing the strength of the electromagnetic interaction of charged particles.

2017-06-28: The First Quantum Field Theory

  • 08:13: Dirac wasn't the first to come up with this idea but he was the first to successfully apply it to describing electromagnetic interactions.

2016-01-06: The True Nature of Matter and Mass

  • 04:36: Photons in the photon box, but even in the spring, the density wave is ultimately communicated by electromagnetic interactions between the atoms.
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