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Progress in Physics, Vol. 4, 2011

Progress in Physics, Vol. 4, 2011

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ISSN 1555-5534
PROGRESS
The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics,including Related Themes from Mathematics
IN PHYSICS
2011 Volume 4
All scientists shall have the right to present their scientificresearch results, in whole or in part, at relevant scientificconferences, and to publish the same in printed scientific journals, electronic archives, and any other media.
 
Declaration of Academic Freedom, Article 8
 
The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, including Related Themes rom Mathematics
PROGRESSINPHYSICS
A quarterly issue scientifc journal, registered with the Library o Congress (DC, USA). This journal is peer reviewed and included in the abs-tracting and indexing coverage o: Mathematical Reviews and MathSciNet (AMS, USA), DOAJ o Lund University (Sweden), Zentralblatt MATH(Germany), Scientifc Commons o the University o St.Gallen (Switzerland), Open-J-Gate (India), Reerativnyi Zhurnal VINITI (Russia), etc.
Electronic version o this journal:http:
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www.ptep-online.comEditorial BoardDmitri Rabounski, Editor-in-Chie rabounski@ptep-online.comFlorentin Smarandache, Assoc. Editorsmarand@unm.eduLarissa Borissova, Assoc. Editorborissova@ptep-online.comEditorial TeamGunn Quznetsovquznetsov@ptep-online.comAndreas Riesries@ptep-online.comChiu Ebenezer Ndikilarndikilar@ptep-online.comFelix Scholkmannscholkmann@ptep-online.comPostal AddressDepartment o Mathematics and Science,University o New Mexico,200CollegeRoad, Gallup, NM87301, USA
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, 2011All rights reserved. The authors o the ar-ticles do hereby grant
Progress in Physics
non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-ree li-cense to publish and distribute the articles inaccordance with the Budapest Open Initia-tive: this means that electronic copying, dis-tribution and printing o both ull-size ver-sion o the journal and the individual pa-pers published therein or non-commercial,academic or individual use can be made byany user without permission or charge. Theauthors o the articles published in
Progressin Physics
retain their rights to use this jour-nal as a whole or any part o it in any otherpublications and in any way they see ft.Any part o 
Progress in Physics
howsoeverused in other publications must include anappropriate citation o this journal.This journal is powered by L
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ISSN:
1555-5534 (print)
ISSN:
1555-5615 (online)
Standard Address Number: 297-5092Printed in the United States o America
October 2011 VOLUME 4
CONTENTS
Minasyan V. and Samoilov V.
Ultracold Fermi and Bose gases and Spinless BoseCharged Sound Particles.......................................................3
Minasyan V. and Samoilov V.
Superuidity Component o Solid 4He and Sound Par-ticles with Spin 1 ............................................................. 8
Quznetsov G.
Fermion-Antiermion Asymmetry .................................... 13
Tank H.K.
An Insight into Planck’s Units: Explaining the Experimental-Observa-tions o Lack o Quantum Structure o Space-Time..............................17
Ries A. and Fook M.V.L.
Excited Electronic States o Atoms described by the ModeloOscillations in a Chain System..............................................20
Ogiba F.
Phenomenological Derivation o the Schr¨odinger Equation...................25
Tosto S.
An Analysis o States in the Phase Space: the Anharmonic Oscillator .......... 29
Weller D.L.
Gravity and the Conservation o Energy.................................37
Assis A.V.D.B.
A Note on the Quantization Mechanism within the Cold Big BangCosmology..................................................................40
Assis A.V.D.B.
Comments on the Statistical Nature and on the Irreversibility o the Wave Function Collapse .................................................. 42
Potter F.
Our Mathematical Universe: I. How the Monster Group Dictates All o Physics ..................................................................... 47
Comay E.
Spin, Isospin and Strong Interaction Dynamics ............................ 55
Ndikilar C.E.
Einsteins Planetary Equation: An Analytical Solution..................60
Heymann Y.
Building Galactic Density Profles[ .................................... 63
Tosto S.
An Analysis o States in the Phase Space: Uncertainty, Entropy and Di
usion .. 68
Cahill R.T. and Kerrigan D.J.
Dynamical Space: Supermassive Galactic Black Holesand Cosmic Filaments........................................................79
Wilde P.
A Generalized Displacement Problem in Elasticity .......................... 83
Assis A.V.D.B.
On the Neutrino Opera in the CNGS Beam...........................85
LETTERSOpen Letter by the Editor-in-Chie 
The Portuguese translation o the Declaration o Academic Freedom..........................................................L1
Open Letter by the Editor-in-Chie 
The Arabic translation o the Declaration o Aca-demic Freedom..............................................................L5
P˘atras¸cu I.
Scientists Deduced the Existence o Particles with Faster-than-Light SpeedsRecently Discovered by CERN ............................................... L8
 
Inormation or Authors and Subscribers
Progress in Physics
has been created or publications on advanced studies intheoretical and experimental physics, including related themes rom mathe-matics and astronomy. All submitted papers should be proessional, in goodEnglish, containing a brie review o a problem and obtained results.All submissions should be designed in L
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www.ptep-online.com. Abstract and the necessary inorma-tion about author(s) should be included into the papers. To submit a paper,mail the fle(s) to the Editor-in-Chie.All submitted papers should be as brie as possible. We accept brie pa-pers, no larger than 8 typeset journal pages. Short articles are preerable.Large papers can be considered in exceptional cases to the section
Special Reports
intended or such publications in the journal. Letters related to thepublications in the journal or to the events among the science community canbe applied to the section
Letters to Progress in Physics
.All that has been accepted or the online issue o 
Progress in Physics
isprinted in the paper version o the journal. To order printed issues, contactthe Editors.This journal is non-commercial, academic edition. It is printed rom pri-vate donations. (Look or the current author ee in the online version o the journal.)

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