01/13/2008, 10:17 AM

Hi Andy

I know I have to keep head cool, but the first fabulous graph on Your summary article is just the most general phase diagram possible in reals, and I just know it is true. It explains all existing phase diagrams and hints on some new. Next task is just to adapt parameters to fit experimental data-any. And the physics will pop out themselves from mathematical models You use.

Now imagine what it would look like when imaginary values are included and what would that mean.

It can be done as slowly as possible, of course

Ivars

I know I have to keep head cool, but the first fabulous graph on Your summary article is just the most general phase diagram possible in reals, and I just know it is true. It explains all existing phase diagrams and hints on some new. Next task is just to adapt parameters to fit experimental data-any. And the physics will pop out themselves from mathematical models You use.

Now imagine what it would look like when imaginary values are included and what would that mean.

It can be done as slowly as possible, of course

Ivars