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recent theoretical results show the existence of arbitrary speeds ($0\leq v <\infty$) solutions of the wave equations of mathematical physics. Some recent experiments confirm the results for sound waves. The question arises naturally: What is the appropriate spacetime model to describe superluminal phenomena? In this paper we present a spacetime model that incorporates the valid results of Relativity Theory and yet describes coherently superluminal phenomena without paradoxes.

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Recent theoretical results show the existence of arbitrary speeds (0 <= v < \infty) solutions of all relativistic wave equations. Some recent experiments confirm the results for sound waves. The question arises naturally: What is the appropriate geometry of spacetime to describe superluminal phenomena? In this paper we present a spacetime model that incorporates the valid results of Relativity Theory and yet describes coherently superluminal phenomena without paradoxes.

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In the recent experiment, the phenomena of superluminal and slow-light propagation in dispersive medium were found, and there are various explanation in theory. We find the phenomenon can be explained by multiple-photon interaction. Otherwise, the multiple-photon interaction can also appear other optical phenomenon: doubling frequency, sum frequency, difference frequency which are found in nonlinear optics.

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By relativity we show that, although the superluminal motion of classical particles is forbidden, the superluminal transportation of quanta of any massive matter field is possible. Exact theoretical derivation and precise numerical computation are presented. To search the superluminal phenomena is therefore still meaningful.

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The group velocity of light in material around the AGN jet is acquiescently one (c as a unit), but this is only a hypothesis. Here, we re-derive apparent superluminal and Doppler formulas for the general case (it is assumed that the group velocity of light in the uniform and isotropic medium around a jet (a beaming model) is not necessarily equal to one, e.g., Araudo et al. (2010) thought that there may be dense clouds around AGN jet base), and show that the group velocity of light close to one could seriously affect apparent superluminal phenomena and Doppler effect in the AGN jet (when the viewing angle and Lorentz factor take some appropriate values).

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In this paper we present a theoretical analysis of an experiment by Mugnai and collaborators where superluminal behavior was observed in the propagation of microwaves. We suggest that what was observed can be well approximated by the motion of a superluminal X wave. Furthermore the experimental results are also explained by the so called scissor effect which occurs with the convergence of pairs of signals coming from opposite points of an annular region of the mirror and forming an interference peak on the intersection axis traveling at superluminal speed. We clarify some misunderstandings concerning this kind of electromagnetic wave propagation in vacuum.

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We propose a bimetric space-time consisting of two vierbein bundles, in which a superluminal S-field mediates a causal exchange of quantum information associated with quantum entanglement. The resulting theory leaves the usual quantum field interactions, as well as the speed of light unchanged, but introduces quantum information effects related to the S-field vierbein bundle. We show that such S-field interactions with the Dirac field, affect its spin density, as we would expect for a field that would impart entanglement related information.

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In critical phenomena, singular behaviors arise not only for thermodynamic quantities but also for transport coefficients. We study this dynamic critical phenomenon in the AdS/CFT duality. We consider black holes with a single R-charge in various dimensions and compute the R-charge diffusion in the linear perturbations. In this case, the black holes belong to model B according to the classification of Hohenberg and Halperin.

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We identify the physics behind the results of recent measurements [W. Kang et al., Nature 403, 59 (2000)] of electron transfer between the edges of two two-dimensional electron systems (2DES). We find that a consistent explanation of all of the observed phenomena is possible if the barrier between the 2DES is surrounded by a strong potential well that supports quantum railroads of edge channels that, in the presence of disorder, exhibit directed localization.

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"nDengue is an important mosquito borne viral infection. Focusing on the hematological finding in dengue, the erythrocyte sedimentation rate is varied. The exact explanation for this observation is unclear. Here, the author uses the previously already proposed hypothesis on weight and erythrocyte sedimentation for giving explanation of the observed sedimentation in dengue. This new explanation can fit with the already published observation in medical literature and indicates that erythrocyte sedimentation rate might be a useful predictor and classifier for kinds of dengue based on its severity.