Qbe: Quark Matter on Rubik’s Cube

Figure of Albert Einstein, the smile of Mona Lisa and Qbe: Quark Matter on Rubik’s 3x3 Cube, next to the Road to Reality: A Complete Guide to the Laws of the Universe. Photo courtesy of prof. T. Kodama, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Figure of Albert Einstein, the smile of Mona Lisa and Qbe: Quark
Matter on Rubik’s 3×3 Cube, next to the Road to Reality: A Complete Guide to the
Laws of the Universe. Photo courtesy of prof. T. Kodama, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

T. Csörgő
Quarks can be represented on the faces of the 3×3 Rubik’s cube with the help of a symbolic representation of quarks and anti-quarks, that was
delevoped originally for a deck of elementary particle cards, called Quark Matter Card Game. Cubing the cards leads to a model of the nearly perfect
fluid of Quark Matter on Rubik’s cube, or Qbe, which can be utilized to provide hands-on experience with the high entropy density, overall color
neutrality and net baryon free, nearly perfect fluid nature of Quark Matter.

Read more at https://arxiv.org/pdf/1702.06217.pdf

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