iPod iChing - Relativistic Deviations
Oh, wise and wonderful iPod: is there a significant deviation from Newtonian gravity on sub-millimeter scales? If so, is this a new force, or a modification to GR? Is the post-Newtonian correction attractive or repulsive?
Whoosh, the randomizer whooshes...
- The Covering: Once in A Lifetime - Talking Heads
- The Crossing: Flesh and Blood - Roxy Music
- The Crown: Ah Violetta - La Traviata
- The Root: The Space Between - Roxy Music
- The Past: Love Her Madly - The Doors
- The Future: Poprocks and Coke - Green Day
- The Questioner: Old Man - Spilverk Þjóðanna
- The House: 15.5 Remake - Smith and Selway
- The Inside: Identify the Beat - Marc Smith vs Safe'n'Sound
- The Outcome: Tondeleyo - Björk
As always, the Key as explained by Sean
So, we can agree on events and obstacles.
The Crown seems a bit tragic, if glamorous.
Root - well, yes, that's spot on.
Past - well makes sense in context
The Future! - Where there's truth. You know I'll be there...
The Questioner is just cruel...
The House and Inside are suitable obscure - Unclassifiable on iTunes... ;-) - no lyrics to speak of, just fast dance beat.
and the Outcome - is true love on a sunny beach.
So, extra dimensions rear their head again.
The theme of the answer is attraction. And the Inside looks intriguing.
I delve into the oracular wisdom as a High Priest of Science, and pronounce: there is a sub-mm deviation, it is driven by dimensional modifications, not new couplings, and it is attractive at the perturbative level.