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Notes: spending includes only incremental costs, those additional funds that are expended due to the war. For example, soldiers' regular pay is not included but combat pay is included. Potential future costs, such as future medical care for soldiers and veterans wounded in the war, are not included. These numbers do not account for the wars being deficit-financed or that taxpayers will need to make additional interest payments on the national debt due to these deficits. These figures are for the U.S. To estimate the "contribution" that your own country is making I guess you can multiply by the number of your own troops divided by U.S. ones.
Susy breaking lectures
Quantum Mechanics III
Single Maths B in Epiphany (Obsolete)
Cargese (2007) strings lecture notes
Anomalies course - lecture notes
Strings and D-branes graduate course
Course outline and general reading material
years' exam questions (from 2002 on)
Exercises (to appear; the same exercises can be found in the ps
below in green)
Other miscellaneous material to do with postgraduate teaching
a pedagogical introduction to supersymmetry and some phenomenology.
Based on lectures in St-Andrews summer school, 2001
an overview of some of the phenomenological requirements and successes
of string theory plus brief summary of some important concepts.
Probably best read after understanding the notes above.
dimensions A powerpoint presentation about curvature and extra
some (admittedly rather cynical) advice on speaking in public
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Last updated: May 10th 2013