Bézout's Caliper (coauthored with Brent Doherty), January 20, 2024

Leading Log Model Summary

Talk at OSMU23 (Octonions, Standard Model, and Unification), May 19, 2023

Princeton Gravity Initiative Talk, May 1, 2023

Suggested EHT modeling to include black hole leakage, May 23, 2022

Notes for Steve Adler's talk at the Larry Horwitz 92nd birthday conference, April 25, 2022

When can a positive planar function be represented as the gradient squared of a harmonic function, or equivalently, as the modulus squared of a holomorphic function? August 9, 2021

Talk at Gravity Initiative Lunch, Princeton University, Monday, Feb. 24, 2020

Talk at the Symposium: "The Standard Model at 50 Years", Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, June 1, 2018

Talk in Beijing and at Schwinger Centennial conference in Singapore, Jan. & Feb., 2018

Colloquium at KIAS, Seoul and Beijing, Jan. & Feb, 2018

Mott Simplified, 6/17

Implications of a Frame-Dependent Dark Energy Action, talk at the "Shape Dynamics" workshop at the Perimeter Institute, 5/17

Setting up wave wave matching for quaternionic Klein-Gordon equation potential barrier scattering, 5/16

Taylor Expansion and Derivative Formulas for Matrix Logarithms, 9/2/15

"Is the Physical Metric a Real Number?", talk at the Galiano Island Workshop on Theory and Experiment in Quantum Gravity, August 17-20, 2015.

"SU(8) Family Unification with Boson-Fermion Balance", (Talk given at IAS, October 31, 2014; this is an updated version of talks given in Europe in September 2014).

Talk defending biology given on WWFM, Fall 2012.

Localizing Numerical Itegration by 2p Subdivisions in p Dimensions, ICTP 45th Anniversary Conference, Trieste, Italy, November 10, 2010.

From Serial Fortran to MPI Parallel Fortran at the IAS: Some Illustrative Examples, Unpublished memo, March 3, 2010.

Earth Orbiting Dark Matter as a Possible Explanation of the Flyby Anomalies, Brookhaven Colloquium, December 1, 2009.

Parameterized post-Newtonian analysis of flyby acceleration corrections, Unpublished memo and calculation notes.

"Is Quantum Theory Exact?", with Angelo Bassi. This is the authors' version of the work. It is posted here by permission of the AAAS for personal use, not for redistribution. The definitive version was published in *Science *325, 275 (2009), DOI:10.1126/science.1176858, and can be accessed through the following hyperlink: http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/325/5938/275

Stephen L. Adler (2009), Adler sum rule, Scholarpedia 4(6):8653.

Collapse Models with Non-White Noise, New Directions in the Foundation of Physics, Washington, DC, May 2, 2009.

Solar System Dark Matter, IAS Dark Matter Workshop, April 24, 2009.

Dark Matter Modeling for Flyby, Bern flyby workshop, March 5, 2009.

Implications of Planet-Bound Dark Matter, spinstat 2008, and Gran Sasso, October 2008.

Comments on Alfven Propulsion, Unpublished memo, 2008.

Two Wave Propagation Problems Relating to Axion Searches: Vacuum Birefringence in a Roatating Magnetic Field, and Detailed Theoretical Analysis of "Light Shinging Through a Wall" Experiments, ICTP October 2008. (On page 24, line 5, exponent of m should be 4, not 2.)

Finesse Enhancement Factors, Unpublished memo, November 4, 2008.

Theory relating to PVLAS experiment, Axions at the Institute for Advanced Study, October, 21, 2006.

Is quantum theory a form of statistical mechanics?, DICE 2006, Piombino, Italy, September 14, 2006.

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