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Dr. Richard Lieu

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Business as usual at Planck scales, 6 Feb 2003 [cached]
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"This limitation opens the possibility of Planck-scale fluctuations in the speed of light, said Lieu.
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[Ref. 1] Richard Lieu and Lloyd W. Hillman.
Using Hubble Space Telescope images of galaxies at least four billion light years from Earth, UAH's Dr. Richard Lieu and Dr. Lloyd Hillman tested a popular theory of modern quantum physics: That time flows in incredibly small but finite and measurable quantum bits.
Lieu and Hillman used images gathered by the Hubble Space Telescope to look for patterns that shouldn't be present if prevailing notions of time quantum were correct.
"I fully anticipated that the pattern wouldn't show," said Lieu, an associate physics professor at UAH.
This limitation opens the possibility of Planck-scale fluctuations in the speed of light, said Lieu.
It was that distortion that Lieu and Hillman expected to find in the Hubble images.
Not finding that distortion means time isn't a quantum function, says Lieu, and that time might flow fluidly and precisely at intervals infinitely smaller than Planck time.
"If time doesn't become 'fuzzy' beneath a Planck interval, this discovery will present problems to several astrophysical and cosmological models, including the Big Bang model of the universe," said Lieu.
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I believe Lieu and Hillman can say quite a lot regarding Eq.
Since we're talking science, can you formulate the condition(s) under which you will accept the conclusions of Lieu and Hillman,
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It seems to me that the puzzling result reported by Lieu and Hillman, and the whole bundle of issues involved in the generalized uncertainty principle (GUP), require the solution to the problem identified by D. Ahluwalia in gr-qc/9711075, "that the collapse of a wave function is associated with the collapse of the energy-momentum tensor",
Proving Einstein right might become a problem for the standard cosmological model of how the universe was formed because Einstein's theory also predicts that the cosmic microwave background shouldn't look the way it does, according to Dr. Richard Lieu, a physics professor at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. "There appear to be no lensing effects whatsoever. This lack of variation is a serious problem. Lieu says cosmologists are left with several alternative explanations.
Continuing Upheaval in Science: Sharp Images Blur Physics Concepts - Chuck Missler, 5 Jan 2004 [cached]
"The theoreticians are very worried," says Richard Lieu of the University of Alabama in Huntsville, a member of one of the teams.
We can measure the Planck time, reasoned Ragazzoni and Lieu, by looking at distant objects.
Lieu, R. & Hillman, L. W., "The Phase Coherence of Light from Extragalactic Sources: Direct Evidence against First-Order Planck-Scale Fluctuations in Time and Space," Astrophysical Journal, 585, L77 - L80 (2003).
Other scientists attending the event ..., 25 June 2008 [cached]
Other scientists attending the event include Richard Lieu of the Department of Physics at the University of Alabama and Eric Lerner of Lawrenceville Plasma Physics.
Results of this research by Bonamente, ..., 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
Results of this research by Bonamente, Jukka Nevalainen of Finland'sHelsinki Observatory and UAH's Dr. Richard Lieu were published Oct. 20 in the "Astrophysical Journal.
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