# Thread: Physicist 2004 Nobel laureate

1. Hello~

i just wanted to ask about this theoretical physicist David Gross. im aware that he seems to be the doctoral advisor of Edward Witten. But my question is, what did he contribute to the physics community?

thank you

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3. A good place to start would be to search Google scholar for his name.

4. Asymptotically free gauge theories.. hmmmm

5. With due respect, this is not to question..but to give another explanation what is that asymptotic freedom? Please refer to article posted January 4, 2010.

jsaldea12

3.25.10

6. With all due respect, Dr Gross and Dr. Politzer discovered asymptotic freedom in 2004, this article I posted in January 4, 2004, is no conflict, it is a furtherance of that discovery, it explains why asymptotic freedom and gluon behaves the way they do.

Jsaldea12

3.26.10

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The reasons behind the behaviors of asymptotic freedom and gluon

Attraction is weaker when quarks are closer to one another, called asymptotic freedom, and attraction is stronger when quarks are farther from one another due to gluon.

Asymptotic freedom is like the center of earth where even heavy iron floats because there is no gravity. And gluon is like the gravity at surface of earth which is the strongest attraction. But at sub-atomic level, the compact nucleus, the proportion of strength/attraction, though at short distance, is enormous, call it strong nuclear force.

Inside the confinement (and outside) of proton, the quarks have three colors, UUD, have positive and negative property or colored UD meson. Like bar magnet which has positive and negative, the farthest at both ends of the bar is the strongest force, the nearest at the middle of the bar is the weakest, neutral…like asymptotic freedom. Note that when quarks are closest to one another, they phase out (become white), just like in the middle of magnet bar, just like in the center of earth.

The positive and negative, colors of quarks, are indivisible and indestructible, no matter how smaller, and smaller the particles are subdivided to sub-sub-particles, because positive and negative property is inherent in all matters, all particles. They are intrinsically one. But because it is in the sub-stratum confinement of proton, quarks behave like elastic. When quarks are constricted closer into one, and colored white, asymptotic freedom, when quarks are stretched farther to one another, it is like stretching a bar magnet, stretching, making longer positive side and negative side, thus stronger attraction (gluon)..Gluon is actually inseparable, indestructible colors of quarks, because gluon is part of quarks, is positive and negative joint of one another quarks.

Cut and cut a bar magnet, and always the smaller cut has positive and negative. Such is the behavior of the Law of Opposite that operates and governs even the sub-strata of fundamental particles. If quarks are sub-divided, always there is positive and negative in the subdivided. Even in state of plasma, where quarks are sub-divided into subtler fundamental particles, the positive and negative cannot be separated nor destroyed. Why because both are intrinsically one.

Jsaldea12

1.5.10

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