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All Roads Lead to String Theory (Polchinski)
Prior to the First Superstring Revolution
Early History S-Matrix Theory
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Bosonic String Theory Worldsheet
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Supersymmetric Revolution Supersymmetry
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BPS
Superstring Revolutions
First Superstring Revolution GSO Projection
Type II String Theory
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Type I String Theory
Type H String Theory
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Type HE String Theory
Second Superstring Revolution T-Duality
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M-Theory
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AdS CFT
BFSS Matrix Theory
Matrix String Theory
(2,0) Theory
Twistor String Theory
F-Theory
String Field Theory
Pure Spinor Formalism
After the Revolutions
Phenomenology String Theory Landscape
Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model
String Phenomenology


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Vipul Periwal is a string theorist at the University of Princeton, Princeton, New Jersey.[1] He showed together with David Gross that string perturbation theory is divergent.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Gross, David, J.; Periwal, Vipul (4-1-1994). "String field theory, non-commutative Chern-Simons theory and Lie algebra cohomology". Journal of High Energy Physics 64 (1): 1–10. arXiv:hep-th/0106242v1.pdf. Bibcode 2001JHEP...08..008G. doi:10.1088/1126-6708/2001/08/008.

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