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American theoretical physicist

Steven Weinberg was born in New York City in 1933. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his PhD from Princeton University. Weinberg holds the Josey Regental Chair in Science at the University of Texas at Austin, and is a member of both the Physics and the Astronomy departments there. In 2004 the American Philosophical Society called him one of the “preeminent theoretical physicist[s] alive in the world today.” Weinberg received a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Cornell University in 1954. He earned his Ph.D. in Physics at Princeton University in 1957.

Weinberg’s research focus in physics is in theoretical particle physics, where he has studied the high energy behavior of quantum field theory and gravity. He describes his approach to quantum field theory in his book The Quantum Theory of Fields and in his later textbook Gravitation and Cosmology. Weinberg is world famous for proposing, while a visiting professor at MIT in 1967, a model of unification for electromagnetism and the model of nuclear weak forces. Interestingly, one of the predictions of Weinberg’s theory was the existence of the Higgs Boson. In what is known as the “Standard Model” of nuclear physics which has come to define the field, Weinberg has made major and lasting contributions.

Weinberg was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1968, and the National Academy of Sciences in 1972. He was awarded the National Medal of Science in 1991. In 2004, he received the Benjamin Franklin Medal for Distinguished Achievement in the Sciences, the American Philosophical Society.

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According to Wikipedia, Steven Weinberg was an American theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate in physics for his contributions with Abdus Salam and Sheldon Glashow to the unification of the weak force and electromagnetic interaction between elementary particles.

- Gravitation and Cosmology: Principles and Applications of the General Theory of Relativity (4116)
- A Model of Leptons (3998)
- The Cosmological Constant Problem (3930)
- Quantum Theory of Fields (2781)
- A new light boson (2675)
- PERISTALTIC PUMPING WITH LONG WAVE LENGTHS AT LOW REYNOLDS NUMBER. (1206)
- Baryon and Lepton Nonconserving Processes (1130)
- Pion scattering lengths (1052)
- Natural conservation laws for neutral currents (917)
- Nuclear forces from chiral Lagrangians (891)
- Cosmological lower bound on heavy-neutrino masses (887)
- Hierarchy of interactions in unified gauge theories (884)
- Anthropic bound on the cosmological constant. (847)
- Implications of Dynamical Symmetry Breaking (842)
- Precise Relations between the Spectra of Vector and Axial-Vector Mesons (799)
- Effective chiral lagrangians for nucleonpion interactions and nuclear forces (791)
- Infrared photons and gravitons (777)
- Supergravity as the messenger of supersymmetry breaking (760)
- NONLINEAR REALIZATIONS OF CHIRAL SYMMETRY. (686)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields, Vol. 2: Modern Applications (640)
- Quantum contributions to cosmological correlations (622)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields, Vol. 1: Foundations (617)
- Dreams of a Final Theory (593)
- Statistical mechanics of membranes and surfaces (586)
- Gauge and Global Symmetries at High Temperature (558)
- FEYNMAN RULES FOR ANY SPIN (541)
- Jets from Quantum Chromodynamics (541)
- Ultraviolet divergences in quantum theories of gravitation. (517)
- Photons and Gravitons in S-Matrix Theory: Derivation of Charge Conservation and Equality of Gravitational and Inertial Mass (515)
- Implications of dynamical symmetry breaking: An addendum (513)
- Entropy generation and the survival of protogalaxies in an expanding universe (501)
- Effective field theory for inflation (485)
- Supersymmetry at ordinary energies. Masses and conservation laws (467)
- Self-dual Chern-Simons vortices. (457)
- Limits on Massless Particles (438)
- High-Energy Behavior in Quantum Field Theory (430)
- Dynamical approach to current algebra (418)
- Elementary Particle Theory of Composite Particles (417)
- Non-Abelian gauge theories of the strong interactions (416)
- Photons and gravitons in perturbation theory: Derivation of maxwell's and einstein's equations (407)
- Cosmological Production of Baryons (399)
- Effective gauge theories (398)
- Gauge Theory of CP Nonconservation (363)
- The First Three Minutes: A Modern View of the Origin of the Universe (362)
- Testing quantum mechanics (347)
- Cosmological Constraints on the Scale of Supersymmetry Breaking (346)
- Breaking chiral symmetry (332)
- A theory of everything? (324)
- Dynamics at Infinite Momentum (321)
- The problem of mass (310)
- Charge symmetry of weak interactions (290)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: AUTHOR INDEX (289)
- New mechanism for hydrogen desorption from covalent surfaces: The monohydride phase on Si(100). (281)
- Three body interactions among nucleons and pions (276)
- Quasiparticles and the Born Series (269)
- Calculation of gauge couplings and compact circumferences from self-consistent dimensional reduction (268)
- Larger Higgs-boson-exchange terms in the neutron electric dipole moment. (268)
- Mass of the Higgs Boson (266)
- Physical Processes in a Convergent Theory of the Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions (262)
- Feynman rules for any spin. II. Massless particles (261)
- New approach to the renormalization group (261)
- Precision tests of quantum mechanics. (259)
- Gravitation and Cosmology: Principles and Applications of the General Theory of Relativity (258)
- Symmetry Breaking and Scalar Bosons (253)
- Eikonal Method in Magnetohydrodynamics (253)
- Adiabatic Modes in Cosmology (238)
- The First Three Minutes (232)
- Where We Are Now (231)
- Systematic solution of multiparticle scattering problems (223)
- The U(1) Problem (219)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields, Vol. 3 : Supersymmetry (210)
- Evidence That the Deuteron Is Not an Elementary Particle (208)
- Ultimate temperature and the early universe (205)
- The Cosmological Constant Problems (202)
- Quantum contributions to cosmological correlations. II. Can these corrections become large (197)
- Algebra of Fields (190)
- Smearing method in the quark model (187)
- Critical Phenomena for Field Theorists (185)
- Likely Values of the Cosmological Constant (185)
- Lectures on Quantum Mechanics (181)
- Varieties of Baryon and Lepton Nonconservation (181)
- Six-dimensional Methods for Four-dimensional Conformal Field Theories (175)
- Perturbative Calculations of Symmetry Breaking (169)
- Current-algebra calculation of hard-pion processes: A1→ρ+π and ρ→π+π (166)
- Recent progress in gauge theories of the weak, electromagnetic and strong interactions (163)
- CURRENT-ALGEBRA CALCULATION OF HARD-PION PROCESSES: A$sub 1$ $Yields$ rho + $pi$ AND rho $Yields$ $pi$ + . (158)
- What is Quantum Field Theory, and What Did We Think It Is? (156)
- Understanding complex perturbative effective potentials. (155)
- Electromagnetic and weak masses (151)
- Conceptual foundations of the unified theory of weak and electromagnetic interactions. (148)
- Approximate symmetries and pseudo-goldstone bosons (148)
- Self-dual Chern-Simons solitons. (144)
- Universal neutrino degeneracy (143)
- Dynamical fate of wide binaries in the solar neighborhood (143)
- Goldstone bosons as fractional cosmic neutrinos. (140)
- Damping of tensor modes in cosmology (139)
- Are nonrenormalizable gauge theories renormalizable (137)
- Living in the Multiverse (136)
- Does Gravitation Resolve the Ambiguity among Supersymmetric Vacua (134)
- Charges from extra dimensions (132)
- Mechanism for nonconservation of muon number (129)
- Algebraic realizations of chiral symmetry (128)
- Bubble nucleation in first-order inflation and other cosmological phase transitions. (127)
- Dreams of a final theory : the search for the fundamental laws of nature (123)
- Black holes in magnetic monopoles. (123)
- Decay of the true vacuum in curved space-time. (119)
- Superconductivity for Particular Theorists (118)
- Current-commutator calculation of the Kl4 form factors (117)
- Asymptotically Safe Inflation (117)
- Upper Bound on Gauge Fermion Masses (116)
- Initial stages of InAs epitaxy on vicinal GaAs(001)-(2 x 4). (114)
- Adsorption, abstraction, and pairing of atomic hydrogen on Si(100)-(2 x 1). (112)
- Some problems with extended inflation. (112)
- Precursor-mediated molecular chemisorption and thermal desorption: The interrelationships among energetics, kinetics, and adsorbate lattice structures. (111)
- Elementary Particles and the Laws of Physics (107)
- Mechanisms for cosmological baryon production (107)
- Effects of a Neutral Intermediate Boson in Semileptonic Processes (106)
- Apparent luminosities in a locally inhomogeneous universe (106)
- Effective Field Theory, Past and Future (105)
- Island scaling in strained heteroepitaxy: InAs/GaAs(001). (102)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: ELECTRODYNAMICS (102)
- Two-dimensional Quantum Gravity and random surfaces (96)
- An experimental study of peristaltic pumping (95)
- Coupling constants and vertex functions in string theories (91)
- Unitarity constraints on CP nonconservation in Higgs-boson exchange. (91)
- Tetraquark mesons in large-N quantum chromodynamics. (91)
- Elementary Particles and the Laws of Physics: The 1986 Dirac Memorial Lectures (90)
- A Priori probability distribution of the cosmological constant (89)
- Quantization Conditions for Regge Intercepts and Hadron Masses (87)
- Weak-Interaction Corrections to the Muon Magnetic Moment and to Muonic-Atom Energy Levels (87)
- The making of the Standard Model (86)
- The Cosmological Constant Problems (Talk given at Dark Matter 2000, February, 2000) (84)
- General theory of broken local symmetries (84)
- Moduli space of many BPS monopoles for arbitrary gauge groups. (83)
- Feynman Rules for Any Spin. III (83)
- Facing Up: Science and Its Cultural Adversaries (82)
- A classical instability of Reissner-Nordström solutions and the fate of magnetically charged black holes. (82)
- Field Theory for Today. (Book Reviews: The Quantum Theory of Fields. Volume 1, Foundations) (78)
- Mixing angle in renormalizable theories of weak and electromagnetic interactions (77)
- Collapse of the State Vector (76)
- Current-commutator theory of multiple pion production (75)
- Why do quarks behave like bare Dirac particles? (72)
- Flavor-changing scalar interactions. (70)
- Quasi-riemannian theories of gravitation in more than four dimensions (69)
- Derivation of gauge invariance and the equivalence principle from Lorentz invariance of the S- matrix (69)
- Conversion of Muonium into Antimuonium (68)
- Theories of the Cosmological Constant (68)
- Sum Rules for the Spectral Functions of SU(3) X SU(3) (66)
- Einstein’s Mistakes (66)
- Electromagnetic transitions between meson and electron (65)
- Exact Spectral Function Sum Rules (65)
- Must cosmological perturbations remain nonadiabatic after multifield inflation (64)
- Cancellation of one-loop divergences in SO(8192) string theory (62)
- Statistical mechanics of membranes and surfaces : Jerusalem, 28 Dec. 87-6 Jan. 88 (62)
- Functional analysis and scattering theory (62)
- Su(3) u(1) gauge theory of the weak and electromagnetic interactions (61)
- Transformation of muons into electrons (60)
- Newtonianism, reductionism and the art of congressional testimony (58)
- Unified theories of elementary particle interaction (56)
- The Forces of Nature (56)
- LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MUONS (56)
- Electromagnetic Corrections to Isotopic Spin Conservation (54)
- To Explain the World: The Discovery of Modern Science (53)
- What Is an Elementary Particle? (53)
- New Test for DeltaI=12 in K+ Decay (53)
- General effective actions. (52)
- Living with Infinities (51)
- Physics in Higher Dimensions (49)
- New test for Δi=12 in K+ decay (48)
- Vacuum decay in theories with symmetry breaking by radiative corrections. (47)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: PREFACE TO VOLUME II (46)
- Gauge independence of the bubble nucleation rate in theories with radiative symmetry breaking. (44)
- Massive and massless monopoles with non-Abelian magnetic charges. (44)
- Supersymmetry at ordinary energies. II. R invariance, Goldstone bosons, and gauge-fermion masses (43)
- Ambiguous solutions of supersymmetric theories (42)
- Transitions in the kinetics and steady states of irreversible A+BC surface-reaction models. (42)
- Mass differences of charmed hadrons (42)
- POTENTIAL THEORY CALCULATIONS BY THE QUASIPARTICLE METHOD (42)
- Current algebra and gauge theories. II. Non-Abelian gluons (41)
- Axial vector coupling of the quark. (40)
- Overview of theoretical prospects for understanding the values of fundamental constants (40)
- A unified physics by 2050 (39)
- Neutral Currents in Expanded Gauge Theories (39)
- Effective Field Theory, Past and Future (38)
- Monopole vector spherical harmonics. (38)
- The discovery of subatomic particles (37)
- Current Algebra and Gauge Theories. I (36)
- ''Decoupling'' constraints on massless composite particles (36)
- VERTICAL OSCILLATION OF THE GALACTIC DISK (36)
- Non-Gaussian correlations outside the horizon (35)
- LIMITS ON CLUSTER BINARIES (34)
- Color and electroweak forces as a source of quark and lepton masses (34)
- Why the Renormalization Group Is a Good Thing (33)
- Two dimensional quantum gravity and random surfaces : Jerusalem Winter School for Theoretical Physics, Jerusalem, Israel, 27 Dec. 90 - 4 Jan. 91 (33)
- Static black hole solutions without rotational symmetry. (33)
- Pions in large N quantum chromodynamics. (32)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: SUPERSYMMETRY ALGEBRAS (32)
- Cosmological fluctuations of small wavelength (32)
- Quantum Mechanics Without State Vectors (32)
- Gravitational waves in cold dark matter (31)
- COMMENTS ON RELATIVISTIC SUPERMULTIPLET THEORIES (31)
- Nonrenormalization theorems in nonrenormalizable theories (31)
- The Universe as Computer (30)
- THE ULTIMATE STRUCTURE OF MATTER (30)
- On the phase factors in inversions (30)
- Can nonadiabatic perturbations arise after single-field inflation? (29)
- SPONTANEOUSLY BROKEN GAUGE SYMMETRIES (29)
- Charged black holes with scalar hair. (28)
- Effective field theories in the large N limit (28)
- Dynamical solutions to the horizon and flatness problems. (28)
- Effective action and renormalization group flow of anisotropic superconductors (27)
- A Century of Nature: Twenty-One Discoveries that Changed Science and the World (27)
- DYNAMIC AND ALGEBRAIC SYMMETRIES. (26)
- Beyond the first three minutes (25)
- Non-Gaussianity as a Probe of the Physics of the Primordial Universe and the Astrophysics of the Low Redshift Universe (24)
- Minimal fields of canonical dimensionality are free (24)
- Non-Gaussian correlations outside the horizon. II. The general case (24)
- V-A was the key (23)
- Gauge theories and neutrino physics (23)
- Muon Absorption in Liquid Hydrogen (23)
- Nontopological magnetic monopoles and new magnetically charged black holes. (22)
- Tensor microwave background fluctuations for large multipole order (22)
- Radiation from a moving scalar source. (22)
- Interaction current in strangeness-violating decays (22)
- THE HOSE INSTABILITY DISPERSION RELATION (22)
- Elementary Particles and the Laws of Physics: Towards the final laws of physics (21)
- Structure of three-point functions from SU(3) SU(3) algebra (21)
- Two‐Stream Instability in Finite Beams (21)
- The limits of reductionism (21)
- Ultraviolet divergences in cosmological correlations (21)
- Six-dimensional Methods for Four-dimensional Conformal Field Theories II: Irreducible Fields (20)
- Shelter Island, II (20)
- Ultrahigh-resolution electron energy loss spectroscopy via digital signal processing techniques. (19)
- Life in the universe. (19)
- Weak-Interaction Corrections to the Muon Magnetic Moment and to Muonic-Atom Energy Levels* (19)
- Erratum: Current commutator calculation of the Kl4 form factors (Physical Review Letters (1967) 18, 25, (1178)) (19)
- N-V potential in the Lee model (18)
- GENERAL THEORY OF RESISTIVE BEAM INSTABILITIES. (18)
- Causality, antiparticles, and the spin-statistics connection in higher dimensions (18)
- INTERFERENCE EFFECTS IN LEPTONIC DECAYS (18)
- The Decay mu --> e + gamma in Models with Neutral Heavy Leptons (18)
- Tree theorem for inflation (18)
- From BCS to the LHC (18)
- What happens in a measurement (17)
- Measurement of Charge Exchange between H2 and Low-Energy Ions with Charge States 35 <~ q <~ 80. (17)
- The Decay of the Proton (17)
- DO HYPERPHOTONS EXIST (17)
- Light as a fundamental particle (17)
- Algebraic Structure of Superconvergence Relations (17)
- Cross sections at high energies (16)
- DIRECT DETERMINATION OF THE METRIC FROM OBSERVED REDSHIFTS AND DISTANCES. (16)
- Curvature dependence of peaks in the cosmic microwave background distribution (16)
- Convergent calculation of nonleptonic K decay in the intermediate-boson model (16)
- PARTIALLY CONSERVED CURRENTS AND THE K' MESON (16)
- PARTICLE PHYSICS: PAST AND FUTURE (15)
- The neutrino problem in cosmology (15)
- Initial stages of Ge/GaAs(100) interface formation. (15)
- Erratum: Electromagnetic transitions between meson and electron (Physical Review Letters) 3, 5) (15)
- SiO2/Si interface properties using positrons. (14)
- COVARIANT PATH INTEGRAL APPROACH TO STRING THEORY (14)
- WIDE BINARIES IN THE WOOLLEY CATALOG (14)
- Erratum: New test for Δi=12 in K+ decay (Physical Review Letters) (14)
- Role of Strong Interactions in Decay Processes (14)
- Essay: Half a Century of the Standard Model*,†. (14)
- Fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background. I. Form factors and their calculation in the synchronous gauge (13)
- The first elementary particle (13)
- Reflections of a Working Scientist (13)
- Axions: Detecting particles of dark matter. (12)
- Surface reaction dynamics via temperature modulation: Applications to the oxidation of carbon monoxide on the Pt(110)-(1 x 2) surface. (12)
- Lindblad decoherence in atomic clocks (12)
- The Discovery of Subatomic Particles Revised Edition (11)
- Problems in gauge field theories (11)
- Strong interactions at low energies (11)
- Comment on "Structure and composition of GaAs(001) surfaces" (11)
- Influence of time-dependent rates of mass transfer on the kinetics of domain growth. (11)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: NON-ABELIAN GAUGE THEORIES (11)
- The future of unified gauge theories (11)
- Scientist: Four golden lessons (11)
- Fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background. II. Cl at large and small l (10)
- Oppenheimer : Portrait of an Enigma (10)
- Hydrodynamic Model of Ureteral Function (10)
- The Quantum Theory of Massless Particles (Notes by David Weaver) (10)
- Physics and History (10)
- Phase of the CP-invariance violation in τ0 decay (10)
- Supernovae : Jerusalem Winter School for Theoretical Physics, Jerusalem, 28 Dec. 88-5 Jan. 89 (9)
- Opportunities for Particle Physics:. Solar Neutrinos and Superstrings (9)
- SUMMING SOFT PIONS. (9)
- Intersection between elementary particle physics and cosmology (9)
- The methods of science … and those by which we live (9)
- Response: Against manned space flight programs (9)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: SUPERSYMMETRY ALGEBRAS IN HIGHER DIMENSIONS (9)
- No-truncation approach to cosmic microwave background anisotropies (9)
- Dark matter in the universe (8)
- Magnetic monopole with Wilson-loop symmetry breaking. (8)
- Mended symmetries. (8)
- Particle states as realizations (linear or nonlinear) of spacetime symmetries (8)
- Dielectronic recombination cross sections of fluorinelike xenon. (8)
- Science Over Politics (8)
- Instabilities of magnetically charged black holes. (8)
- Massless particles in higher dimensions (7)
- Gauge Symmetry Breaking (7)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: INFRARED EFFECTS (7)
- PERTURBATION THEORY FOR STRONG REPULSIVE POTENTIALS (7)
- Divergenceless Currents and K-Meson Decay (7)
- GENERALIZED THEORIES OF GRAVITY AND SUPERGRAVITY IN HIGHER DIMENSIONS (7)
- Perturbation of dark halos and elliptical galaxies during flyby encounters (7)
- Weinberg replies. (7)
- Dark matter in the universe : Jerusalem Winter School for Theoretical Physics, Jerusalem 30 Dec. 86-8 Jan. 87 (6)
- On the development of effective field theory (6)
- When does causality constrain the monopole abundance? (6)
- Precursor-mediated kinetics of domain growth. (6)
- Models of lepton and quark masses (6)
- Conference Summary - 20th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics (5)
- Roughening of chemically reacting interfaces. (5)
- Conceptual foundations of quantum field theory: What is quantum field theory, and what did we think it was? (5)
- Night Thoughts of a Quantum Physicist (5)
- Peace at Last (5)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: BEYOND PERTURBATION THEORY (5)
- Absorption of gravitational waves from distant sources (5)
- Lake Views: This World and the Universe (4)
- Lectures on Astrophysics (4)
- Can neutrinos be the galactic missing mass? (4)
- Structure of a Langmuir-Hinshelwood reaction interface. (4)
- Interference effects in neutral K-particle decay (4)
- Beyond the Standard Models (3)
- RECENT PROGRESS IN GAUGE THEORIES OF WEAK, ELECTROMAGNETIC, AND STRONG INTERACTIONS (3)
- THE CANONICAL FORMALISM (3)
- Gauge Theory of CP Nonconservation (3)
- Erratum: Dynamics at infinite momentum (Physical Review (1967) 158, 5, (1638)) (3)
- Calculation of Fine Structure Constants (3)
- SUPERSYMMETRIC FIELD THEORIES (3)
- EXPONENTIATION AND SUM RULES. (3)
- Is Quantum Mechanics an Island in Theoryspace? (3)
- Physics & history (3)
- Une vision corrosive du progrès scientifique (2)
- Multigrid for Staggered Lattice Fermions (2)
- Third Thoughts (2)
- Wang and Weinberg reply. (2)
- Elementary particles and the law of physics (2)
- Electromagnetic Transitions BetweenμMeson and Electron (2)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: ONE-LOOP RADIATIVE CORRECTIONS IN QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS (2)
- The Two Micron All Sky Survey. Survey Rationale and Initial Testing (2)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: SPONTANEOUSLY BROKEN GLOBAL SYMMETRIES (2)
- Finding the Milky Way in 2MASS (2)
- The New Frontiers of Aging. (2)
- Scientists: Four golden lessons (2)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: QUANTUM FIELDS AND ANTIPARTICLES (2)
- Nobel laureates' letter to President Bush. (2)
- A Century of Particle Physics: An Introduction for Nonscientists (2)
- Religion and science [1] (multiple letters) (2)
- Newtonianism and today's physics. (2)
- Theory of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions (2)
- Post-Use Review. The Quantum Theory of Fields. Vol. I: Foundations (2)
- Expectations for Baryon and Lepton Nonconservation (2)
- Unified Gauge Theories (2)
- Illustrative Prediction (1)
- Changing Views of Quantum Field Theory (1)
- Tracing the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking (1)
- Time-reversal invariance and 20 decay [14] (1)
- Physics in Higher Dimensions Volume 2 (1)
- Reply to "on summing soft pions" (1)
- ANALOGY AND AUTHORITY: BEYOND CHAOS AND KUDZU (1)
- Lectures on Quantum Mechanics: PREFACE (1)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: ANOMALIES (1)
- Kinetics of precursor-mediated ordering of two-dimensional domains. (1)
- Dr. unification. Interview by Amir D. Aczel. (1)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MECHANICS (1)
- ASTROPHYSICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE NEW THEORIES OF WEAK INTERACTIONS (1)
- EXTENDED FIELD CONFIGURATIONS (1)
- VIEWS ON BROKEN SYMMETRY * (1)
- Domain growth and freezing on a triangular lattice. (1)
- Tom Kibble: Breaking Ground and Breaking Symmetries (1)
- Baryon- and Lepton-Nonconserving Processes (1)
- Comparison of major parameters in electrodynamic and electromagnetic levitation transport systems. Final report, July 1991-September 1992 (1)
- A universe with no designer. (1)
- The missions of astronomy (1)
- Summing soft pions. II. Statistical approach to unitarity damping (1)
- EXTERNAL FIELD METHODS (1)
- SSC: Essential Science or Unnecessary Expense? (1)
- Particle physics, from Rutherford to the LHC (1)
- Shrinking and freezing of embedded domains. (1)
- To the postdocs (1)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: GENERAL RENORMALIZATION THEORY (1)
- The Weak Interactions From Now On (1)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: SCATTERING THEORY (1)
- Strings and superstrings : Jerusalem Winter School for Theoretical Physics, Jerusalem, 20 Dec. 85 -- 9 Jan. 86 (1)
- GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF QUANTUM MECHANICS (1)
- A Response to Professor Wójcicki (1)
- On Wick-Rotations and Quaternions: The Game of Symmetry between Space and Time (1)
- Holes and Loose Ends in Particle Physics (1)
- Survival and the Bomb. Methods of Civil Defense. Eugene P. Wigner, Ed. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1969. x + 310 pp., illus. $7.50 (1)
- Reflections of a whig physicist . (1)
- Particles, Fields, and now Strings (1)
- PARTICLE PHYSICS, FROM RUTHERFORD TO THE LHC (1)
- Causality bounds and monopoles connected by strings. (1)
- Einstein and Spacetime: Then and Now (1)
- The constants of physics : proceedings of a Royal Society discussion meeting held on 25 and 26 May 1983 (1)
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- Erratum: Divergenceless currents and K-meson decay (Physical Review Letters (1958) 1, 3 (119)) (0)
- Lectures on Quantum Mechanics: CHARGED PARTICLES IN ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (0)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: NON-PERTURBATIVE METHODS (0)
- An alternative to general relativity. (0)
- NEW LINKS BETWEEN REGGE-POLE THEORY AND CURRENT ALGEBRA. (0)
- The Problem of Mass (0)
- Elementary particles and the laws of physics (The 1986 Dirac Memorial Lectures) , by R. P. Feynman and S. Weinberg. Pp 110. £7·95. 1988. ISBN 0-521-34000-4 (Cambridge University Press) (0)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION (0)
- Lectures on Quantum Mechanics: THE QUANTUM THEORY OF RADIATION (0)
- Joseph Polchinski: A Biographical Memoir (0)
- Cosmic Force 2 Introduction (0)
- Relativity and Other Subjects: Magic without Magic . John Archibald Wheeler: A Collection of Essays in Honor of his Sixtieth Birthday. John R. Klauder, Ed. Freeman, San Francisco, 1972. xiv, 492 pp., illus. $19.50. (0)
- PARTICLE STATES IN A CENTRAL POTENTIAL (0)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: THE CANONICAL FORMALISM (0)
- Origins (0)
- Physical Review Letters (0)
- A NEW TEST FOR A I = V2 IN K+ DECAY (0)
- Superconductivity for Particular Theorists (Fields・Symmetries・Strings) (0)
- MULTIPARTICLE SUM RULES. (0)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: SUPERSYMMETRIC VERSIONS OF THE STANDARD MODEL (0)
- Big Bang Day : The Great Big Particle Adventure - 1. Atom (0)
- Conceptual foundations of quantum field theory: Panel discussion (0)
- FROM CHIRAL DYNAMICS TO CHIRAL ALGEBRA. (0)
- Where is Supersymmetry Broken (0)
- RENORMALIZATION OF GAUGE THEORIES (0)
- Time without end : Physics and biology in an open universe (0)
- Lectures on Quantum Mechanics: ENTANGLEMENT (0)
- QUASIPARTICLES AND PERTURBATION THEORY (Notes by Frederic Davis) (0)
- Nature of the vector interaction in - absorption (0)
- Fe b 20 03 UTTG-1202 Adiabatic Modes in Cosmology (0)
- SUPERSYMMETRIC GAUGE THEORIES (0)
- M ay 2 00 8 UTTG-01-08 Effective Field Theory for Inflation (0)
- Final Stages of Wake Collapse in a Stratified Fluid (0)
- THE STANDARD MODEL AND BEYOND : A descriptive account of fundamental particles and the quest for the unification of their interactions (0)
- GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF QUANTUM MECHANICS (0)
- GENERAL SCATTERING THEORY (0)
- Current-Commutator Calculation of theKl4Form Factors (0)
- Necessary and Sufficient Condition on the Lindblad Equation to Prevent Entropy Increase (0)
- J ul 2 01 2 UTTG-18-11 Collapse of the State Vector (0)
- Hierarchy of Interactions in Unified Gauge Theories (0)
- RENORMALIZATION GROUP METHODS (0)
- Reflections on twentieth century physics: Three essays (0)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: PREFACE (0)
- String Theory: Foreword (0)
- Ju n 20 05 UTTG-0105 Quantum Contributions to Cosmological Correlations (0)
- Evidence for Fractional Neutrinos in Cosmological Observations? (0)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: THE FEYNMAN RULES (0)
- BEYOND THE STANDARD MODELS OSKAR KLEIN MEMORIAL LECTURE UNIVERSITY OF STOCKHOLM, JUNE 6, 1989 (0)
- EINSTEIN AND THE PHYSICS OF THE FUTURE - Panel Discussion: Marvin L. Goldberger, Moderator (0)
- The Quantum Theory of Fields: NOTATION (0)
- The discovery of subatomic particles / Steven Weinberg (0)
- The Miracle of Applied Mathematics 1. the Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics (0)
- Relativity and Other Subjects: Magic without Magic . John Archibald Wheeler: A Collection of Essays in Honor of his Sixtieth Birthday. John R. Klauder, Ed. Freeman, San Francisco, 1972. xiv, 492 pp., illus. $19.50. (0)
- Natural conservation laws for neutral currents (0)
- UTTG-10-16 Lindblad Decoherence in Atomic Clocks (0)
- The discovery of W ± and Z 0 vector-bosons (0)
- Steven Weinberg: “Against Philosophy” (from “Dreams of a Final Theory”) (0)
- Speculations on a Basic Taboo. (0)
- Journalism's fast lane (0)
- Response to Steve Fuller (0)
- From Rutherford to the LHC (0)
- Truants from Life.Bruno Bettelheim (0)
- The Making of the Standard Model (0)
- Early Atomic Theory (0)
- The 2MASS CMD of the Milky Way: Inferring structure and history (0)
- EINSTEIN = MAN OF CONSCIENCE 2 (0)
- APPROXIMATIONS FOR TIME-DEPENDENT PROBLEMS (0)
- 33. Historiographical Uses of Scientific Knowledge (0)
- Early Quantum Theory (0)
- Interactions with Geoff Chew (0)
- The Wrong Stuff (0)
- REMARKS ON GRAVITATIONAL RADIATION. (0)
- Skid Row As a Way of Life. (0)
- Why the higgs (0)
- APPROXIMATIONS FOR ENERGY EIGENVALUES (0)

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