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Hi! You've written a fairly detailed article about (quark) flavours. However, there is an article (stub) on flavours already. The articles need to be merged. Since Flavor (particle physics) is a stub, I'll try to merge the content into your article. SpNeo 16:31, 23 May 2005 (UTC)

Standard Model[edit]

Hi Bambaiah, Welcome to Wikipedia, and sorry to get off on the wrong foot. I'm afraid I am not a practicing phsyicist, and I was pulling vague memories out of the recesses of my mind. These faulty memories said 'standard model' had a much narrower definition, but clearly that's not the case. Does that mean GUTs can be considered to a subtopic of the standard model? Surely SUSY remains distinct, though, right?

FWIW, we don't have a physics community separate from the math community (yet), so head over to Wikipedia:WikiProject Mathematics for the author's portal and Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject Mathematics general discussion.

Request/remark: Do you perchance have any images of generic zeroth-order fermion-meson Feynmann diagrams? I need one for Yukawa potential. I recently expanded that article... not because I wanted to but ... well, here's the seamier side of WP: am trying to delete some crackpot physics pages, see Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/Gluonic vacuum field. If you spot any crackpot physics pages or seeming hoaxes or stuff you are not sure about, but seem suspicious, please bring these up on the wikiproject mathematics pages. It was the outcome of this that got me wandering into Standard Model territory. linas 21:18, 25 May 2005 (UTC)


Hi there - I have seen your fine additions to colour charge and gluon. Just to let you know that your work is seen and appreciated - I'm sure I have only seen the tip of your rather impressive iceberg. -- ALoan (Talk) 11:17, 9 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Kaon[edit]

Hi Bambaiah, I think your picture explaining K-Kbar mixing is incorrect. The kaons do not turn into pions, but merely undergo double-W exchange. The box structure depicted is right, but the pi's should be W's. -- Xerxes 17:05, 2005 Jun 19 (UTC)

Perhaps I'm still confused as to the intent of the picture, but you've now depicted some sort of direct-CP violating chiral perturbation theory process that is highly suppressed compared to the box diagram with W's I was suggesting. Is that really how you want to depict K-Kbar mixing? -- Xerxes 17:05, 2005 Jun 20 (UTC)
Yes, is dominant, but is direct-CP violating. So it's suppressed by a factor of compared to the ordinary box diagram. I'm not saying it's not an important K-mixing process, just that it's a bit obscure to use as the illustration for K-mixing in general. -- Xerxes 15:37, 2005 Jun 21 (UTC)

Wikiproject Physics[edit]

Hi, You may want to join Wikipedia:WikiProject Physics and I encourage you to invite others you know (and trust) to join as well. linas 20:03, 20 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Why write[edit]

helped me refresh my knowledge of quantum numbers Bubbachuck 19:58, 23 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Thank you for vandalizing my user page. Bambaiah 10:47, Jun 24, 2005 (UTC)

i apologize. i was merely responding to your question. you had "Why write?" and then my quote below...so i responded, as a person should when asked a question. perhaps better discretion on your part is necessary Bubbachuck 14:30, 24 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Sorry if I am bothering you: Inoticed you thanked someone for vandalizing your user page while I was just taking a break from some stress when I found you here. What a surprise. <snicker> Is this true or am I perceiving sock puppets talking to themselves? --JimmyT 05:21, 13 February 2006 (UTC)

Spherical decay experiment[edit]

Hi, with the help of google, I added references to the above article, including citations to four Nobel prize winners who have publically discussed the problem, de Broglie, Dicke, Mott and Heisenberg. It is very hard not to be sarcastic at this point, noting that ignorance on your part does not constitute original research on my part. linas 17:04, 10 July 2005 (UTC)

Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica[edit]

Hi. You removed most of my section on 'readability' and replaced with barely readable text. I'm confused why you have done this. My mention of "Motion of bodies" was highly relevant, as was the feynman lectures - since they try to follow the principia mathematica. I don't understand why you have gone and removed it all. JohnFlux 09:26, 19 July 2005 (UTC)

They keep removing your important section on mathematical language. I always thought that one of N.'s motivations was to baffle Robert Hooke. It's funny how no one can make sense out of N.'s idiosyncratic "mathematics" but no one will admit it. this is similar to The Emperor's New Clothes. Dana Densmore tried to explain Newton's math in her book Newton's Principia: The Central Argument. It only took her 525 pages.Lestrade 15:00, 13 August 2007 (UTC)Lestrade

Exotic Hadron[edit]

Yes you are right of course. Perhaps it is best to rename Exotic Baryon --> Exotic Hadron and modify that page accordingly. The H-dibaryon is technically a meson and some of the references on the exotic baryon page also discuss exotic mesons. I changed the redirect because not much exotic things are mentioned on the hadron page (except for a few standard model objects like glueballs etc.). Count Iblis 16:11, 19 July 2005 (UTC)

Particle categories[edit]

I was observing you adding a lot of things to subatomic particles. I am wondering how to categorize particles in general, for the following reason: there are lots of ways to do it. A charm quark is in "quarks," which is in "subatomic particles." Should it belong to both categories? There's also a "fermion" category I think. What's your guiding strategy on this? -- SCZenz 19:36, 21 July 2005 (UTC)

I think Wikiproject:Physics might be a place to discuss this, so I have put my thoughts there. -- SCZenz 00:46, 23 July 2005 (UTC)

Kaon[edit]

I've been revising the kaon article somewhat. I see you're the one who wrote the basic information section, so I figured I'd check before I changed it around. I've never heard anyone claim that K0 or its antiparticle have definite mean lifetimes; certainly the Particle Data Group does not. (Instead, the KL and KS have definite lifetimes.) What's the source you used? -- SCZenz 18:05, 5 August 2005 (UTC)


Hello your image of Kaons in Antiparticle article dont have copyright? Were created for you? Can you upload to wikipedia commons? In spanish article of antiparticle we dont know if this image is copyleft or no.... For answer me go to my discusión Talk me now thnks. PD: Sorry for my bad english.

Image Tagging Image:Kkbar had.png[edit]

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Image:Exotics.png, Image:Gauge.png, Image:Vertex.png, Image:Teeter-totter.png, Image:Kkbar.png and Image:Antiparticle.png all need sources as well. -- Ricky81682 (talk) 06:01, 3 February 2006 (UTC)
Thanks! -- Ricky81682 (talk) 06:18, 15 February 2006 (UTC)

Relativistic Chemical Potential[edit]

If I am reading the history page of chemical potential correctly, you added a brief discussion of the "relativistic chemical potential". I am soliciting your interest in clarifying it's content. I have some comments on Talk:Chemical_potential. DrF 21:38, 26 May 2006 (UTC)


beta-functions[edit]

Hi Bambaiah, I just (re)created the article on beta-functions in quantum field theory. IMO there is enough notable material to include here (some of which I have started to add) to justify a separate article, rather than just a slot in Coupling constant. What were your reasons for redirecting there, and what do you think of the article now?

I hope this is OK -- Jpod2 13:10, 9 August 2006 (UTC)

Picture at Anti-matter article[edit]

I'm thinking about deleting the picture about the FS interpretation in the anti-matter article. It shows a antiparticle traveling faster then light. I don't think that's correct. Please forgive me if you were not the one that added it.Dauto 20:04, 20 April 2007 (UTC)

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Please claim your upload(s): File:Antiparticle.png[edit]

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