View Full Version : Karl Schultz's Guess.........

2017-Feb-16, 05:53 PM
One of my favorite college Prof's, Mr. Healy, was a raconteur, and sprinkled his lectures with anecdotes galore, while still being thorough, rigorous, and yet funny. A favorite was that we would find state-of-the-art papers by notable journeymen physicists and chemists ....and an occasional "Guess" by Karl Schultze...an idiot. (no offense intended to ethnic derivatives, here).
so, I got to play Karl Schultze. In town for a cosmology lecture, Marc Kamionkowski....SEE: http://web.mit.edu/astrophysics/spring15.html and Yup, it was a few years back. For the first time ever, I waited after the Q&A session to ask him a personal question, regarding the possible presence of parity effects in the Big Bang, CMB Planck Data. He liked it and shook my hand, thanking me for coming to his talk....and LO! Yon abstract.
SEE ALSO:https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.0955

Looks like the guess was better than I thought....parity effects are showing up in the CMB. Lol pete