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Posted by Murat Bilginer on February 14, 2003 15:48:43 UTC

i dont get it.
i dont really know much at all about the various theories involved with the underpinnings of space and time itself. i really couldnt even paint a picture for my lack of familiarity with the terminology. im not quite sure how to begin, but ill just ask.

is there a structural model of axions, its supposedly more orderly than crystals and furthermore one has never been detected, so i would assume there to be at least a guess at a physical model of it. is there anyway you would be able to explain what an axion is to a third grader? please note that my most recent exposure to any formal physics teachings, was 13 years ago in highschool as now im an old decrepit fool.

2 questions:
how do they come to be?
how do they cease to be?


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