There’s an article on it in Quanta Magazine. The article starts out a bit hype-y for my taste (too much language of importance, essentially), but it has several very solid descriptions of the history of the situation. I particularly like how the author concisely describes the Feynman diagram picture in the space of a single paragraph, and I would recommend reading that part even if you don’t have time to read the whole article. In general it’s worth it to get a picture of what’s going on.
That said, I obviously think I can clear a few things up, otherwise I wouldn’t be writing about it, so here I go!
Nima’s new construction, the Amplituhedron, encodes amplitudes (building blocks of probabilities in particle…
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