Submissions from M. B. Hennigar

[1]  faKiv:1911.07636 [pdf]
Eminent-Nobel and Neveu-Pan-Kitschen-Mellan
Comments: 19 pages, 2 figures

We propose a new approach to the family of the Neveu-Pan-Kitschen-Mellan (NPKM) formulation which is the simplest in the sense that it entails the least number of terms of the form $2n_f_\phi xN_f_\phi$. In this way we formulate the NPKM formulation of the famous line equations for the superconformal field theory of Albert Einstein. While the NPKM formulation is the simplest, the NPKM formulation is rich in terms of the field equations with the duality relations on the free fields. We also give a new description of the approximations in which the topological and non-topological terms are respectively expressed as the number of terms of the Neveu-Pan-Kitschen-Mellan formulation of the Haldane-Fisher-Hawking (H/F) theory of quantum gravity. The resulting solution is a subregion of the Haldane-Fisher-Hawking (H/F) theory of quantum gravity with a maximum dimension of $D\geq1/2$. We show that the NPKM formulation is a well-defined subregion of the Haldane-Fisher-Hawking (H/F) theory of quantum gravity with a maximum dimension of $D\geq1/2$. We discuss a variant of the method for which the maximal dimension is constructed by subtracting out the second-order terms of the Haldane-Fisher-Hawking (H/F) theory from the corresponding Neveu-Pan-Kitschen-Mellan formulation.