## A Classical Explanation for the Delayed Quantum Eraser Experiment

From the perspective of Classical Physics, this paper analyses Kim et al's well-known delayed choice Quantum Eraser experiment from 2000. I've sketched out the experiment's setup. I show that the experiment's results can be explained using Classical Physics, and that

## Classical Model of Light Transmission in Optical Media: A Descriptive Study

The goal of this work is to use well-known Classical Physics to thoroughly explain the specific mechanism underlying the observed Fresnel Dragging of light in an experiment like the Fizeau experiment of 1851. The original mathematical approach used to analyse

## Study about Relativistic Longitudinal and Transverse Mass Increase

The goal of the study is to show that once the wave structure of the particles that make up the item is taken into account, the increased inertia of things travelling at Relativistic speeds can be properly explained using Classical

## Study on Principle Extremum of Full Action

A new variational principle extremum of full action is added to the Lagrange formalism on dissipative systems. When friction forces are taken into consideration, this idea can be used to electrical engineering and mechanics. It also mentions electrodynamics and hydrodynamics

## Latest News on Gravity : May 21

[1] The Log of Gravity Although economists have long been aware of Jensen's inequality, many econometric applications have neglected an important implication of it: under heteroskedasticity, the parameters of log-linearized models estimated by OLS lead to biased estimates of the

## News Update on Cosmic Rays : May 21

[1] Terrestrial cosmic rays This paper reviews the basic physics of those cosmic rays which can affect terrestrial electronics. Cosmic rays at sea level consist mostly of neutrons, protons, pions, muons, electrons, and photons. The particles which cause significant soft

## Speculation on the Number 137 in the Inverse FineStructure Constant

The inverse fine-structure constant 1/α = 137.035 satisfies 1/α = 112+ 42 + 0.035 = 137.035, with 11 being the 11 dimensions of M-theory, 4 the number of dimensions of Einstein’s space-time, and 0.035 the 3.5 per cent visible Universe.

## Latest Research News on Optical Fiber: Dec – 2019

Optical Fiber Communications Optical fibers ar used extensively for information transmission systems thanks to their stuff nature and their massive information‐carrying capability. Network architectures victimization multiple wavelength channels per glass fiber ar used in native, metropolitan, or wide‐area applications to

## Latest Research News on Oscillator: Dec – 2019

The Dirac oscillator Dirac's free particle equation originated in an endeavor to precise linearly the relativistic quadratic relation between energy and momentum. The authors introduce a Dirac equation that, besides the momentum, is additionally linear within the coordinates. They decision

## Latest News on Pozzolanic Research: Dec – 2019

Pozzolanic cements Natural and artificial pozzolanas have been used to achieve hydraulic binders for over one thousand years. Hardening of pozzolanic cement pastes can end result from the reaction between pozzolana and the lime that is added to the mixture