# Recent history for Vladimir Kalitvianski

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 edited a comment Meaning of defining a quantum field theory
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 posted a comment Meaning of defining a quantum field theory
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 posted a comment Can a theory gain symmetries through quantum corrections?
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 posted a comment Is the degree of degeneracy a quantum mechanical observable?
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 posted a comment The fatal flaw in the Many Worlds Interpretation (MWI)?
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 edited a comment Is Lagrangian mechanics **circular** at its heart (in that it *assumes* Newton's laws)?
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 posted a comment Is Lagrangian mechanics **circular** at its heart (in that it *assumes* Newton's laws)?
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 edited a comment Are energy levels seen in cold-neutron beam in the gravitational potential of the earth a first "proof" of the existence of gravitons?
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 posted a comment Are energy levels seen in cold-neutron beam in the gravitational potential of the earth a first "proof" of the existence of gravitons?
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 edited a comment Are energy levels seen in cold-neutron beam in the gravitational potential of the earth a first "proof" of the existence of gravitons?
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 edited a comment Are energy levels seen in cold-neutron beam in the gravitational potential of the earth a first "proof" of the existence of gravitons?
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