Selected publications:

"Coherent-State Representations for the Photon Density Operator," Kevin E. Cahill,* Phys. Rev. ***138,** B1566 (1965).

"Ordered Expansions in Boson Amplitude Operators," K. E. Cahill and R. J. Glauber,* Phys. Rev. *
**177,** 1857 (1969).

"Density Operators and Quasiprobability Distributions," K. E. Cahill and R. J. Glauber,* Phys. Rev. *
**177,** 1882 (1969).

"Pure States and the P Representation," Kevin E. Cahill,* Phys. Rev. ***180,** 1239 (1969).

"Regularization of the P Representation," Kevin E. Cahill,* Phys. Rev. ***180,** 1244 (1969).

"A Basic Discontinuity Equation," Kevin E. Cahill and Henry P. Stapp,* Phys. Rev. ***D6,** 1007 (1972).

"Generalized Optical Theorems and Steinmann Relations," Kevin E. Cahill and Henry P. Stapp,* Phys. Rev. ***D8**, 2714 (1973).

"Mass formulas for static solitons," K. Cahill, A. Comtet, and R. J. Glauber,*Phys. Letters B* **64**, 283-285 (1976).

"Scalar-Vector Instantons in*n* Dimensions: Surface
Terms,"
K. Cahill and A. Comtet,
*J. Math. Phys.* **19**, 758 (1978).

"Topological Cohesion," K. Cahill and N. Stoltzfus,*J. Math. Phys.* **19**, 1381 (1978).

"Example of Color Screening," Kevin Cahill,*Phys. Rev. Letters* **41**, 599 (1978).

"General Internal Gauge Symmetry," Kevin Cahill,* Phys. Rev. ***D18,** 2930 (1978).

"Soluble Gauge Theory of a Non-Compact Group," Kevin Cahill,* Phys. Rev. ***D20,** 2636 (1979).

"Nonlinear Internal Symmetry," Kevin Cahill,* J. Math. Phys. ***21,** 2676 (1980).

"Statistical enhancement of gauge invariance," Kevin Cahill and Peter Denes, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento 33, 184-186 (1982).

"On the unification of the gravitational and electronuclear forces," Kevin Cahill, Phys. Rev. D 26, 1916 (1982); Erratum Phys. Rev. D 30, 2695 (1984).

"Energy loss by slow magnetic monopoles," Julio Gea-Banacloche, Kevin Cahill, Denny Rossbach, and Alain Comtet, Lett. Nuovo Cimento 37, 145 (1983).

"Unitary gauge theories of noncompact groups," Kevin Cahill and Sertaç Őzenli Phys. Rev. D 27, 1396 (1983).

"Nuclear Proton Decay," Kevin Cahill, Phys. Rev. Lett. 51, 1600 (1983).

"Tetrads, broken symmetries, and the gravitational constant," Kevin Cahill, Z. Phys. C23, 353 (1984).

"The gravitational constant," Kevin Cahill, Lett. Nuovo Cimento 39, 181-184 (1984).

"Path integrals without lattices," Kevin Cahill and Randolph Reeder, Phys.Lett.B 136 (1984) 77-79.

"Path integrals without lattices for QED_{2}," Kevin Cahill, Sudhakar Prasad and Randolph Reeder, Phys.Lett.B 143 (1984) 213-216.

"Simplicial interpolations for path integrals," Kevin Cahill, Sudhakar Prasad and Randolph Reeder, Phys.Lett.B 149 (1984) 377-380.

"The Strong CP Problem in a Compact Robertson-Walker Universe," Kevin Cahill, Z.Phys.C 29 (1985) 537.

"USING MACSYMA TO WRITE LONG FORTRAN CODES FOR SIMPLICIAL INTERPOLATIVE LATTICE GAUGE THEORY," Kevin Cahill and Randolph Reeder, in Advances in Lattice Gauge Theory (1985).

"Comparison of the simplicial method with Wilson's lattice gauge theory for U(1)_{3}," Kevin Cahill and Randolph Reeder, Phys.Lett.B 168 (1986) 381-385.

"TESTING TWO VERSIONS OF LATTICE GAUGE THEORY: CREUTZ RATIOS IN U(1) IN THREE DIMENSIONS," Kevin Cahill and Randolph Reeder, in Conference on Frontiers of Quantum Monte Carlo, 1043-1059, LAMPF Summer Study Session.

"Noncompact simulations of SU(2)_{3}," Kevin Cahill, Sudhakar Prasad, Randolph Reeder and Brent Richert, Phys.Lett.B 181 (1986) 333-338.

"SPURIOUS DECORRELATIONS IN LATTICE GAUGE THEORY," Kevin Cahill, Michael Hebert and Sudhakar Prasad, 1987.

"WILSON LOOPS IN THREE-DIMENSIONS," Kevin Cahill and Sudhakar Prasad, 1987.

"Noncompact simulations of SU(2)," Kevin Cahill, Nucl.Phys.B Proc.Suppl. 9 (1989) 529-532.

"Wilson loops in three dimensions," Kevin Cahill and Sudhakar Prasad, Phys. Rev. D 40, 1274 (1989).

"Lattice artifacts and SU(2)_{3} simulations," Kevin Cahill, Michael Hebert and Sudhakar Prasad, Phys.Lett.B 210 (1988) 198-206.

"Does pure SU(2) gauge theory confine?," Kevin Cahill, Phys.Lett.B 231 (1989) 294-298.

"HOW TO USE MACSYMA TO WRITE LONG FORTRAN CODES FOR NONCOMPACT SIMULATIONS OF GAUGE THEORIES," Kevin Cahill, 1989.

"Noncompact simulations of SU(2) at strong coupling," Kevin E. Cahill, in 15th APS Division of Particles and Fields General Meetingi, 797-799 (1990).

"Report of the subgroup on the top quark," Kevin E. Cahill, 1990 DPF Summer Study on High-energy Physics: Research Directions for the Decade (Snowmass 90), 0354-365. "Noncompact simulations of SU(2) gauge theory at strong coupling," Kevin E. Cahill, LATTICE 90: International Conference on Lattice Field Theory, 240-244, 1990.

"Symmetry breaking by fermions," Kevin Cahill, Phys.Lett.B 269 (1991) 129-133.

"Why is there mass?," Kevin E. Cahill, Particles & Fields 91: Meeting of the Division of Particles & Fields of the APS, 0847-850 (1991).

"The masses of the lighter quarks," Kevin Cahill, J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 17 1059 (1991).

"Static forces in noncompact SU(2)," Kevin Cahill, Nucl.Phys.B Proc.Suppl. 26 (1992) 453-458.

"A more effective potential," Kevin Cahill, AIP Conference Proceedings 272, 1461 (1992); https://doi.org/10.1063/1.43443.

"Inflation pressures," Kevin Cahill and Jiří Podolský, DPF 1992, 1418-1420 (1992).

"A high-statistics simulation of SU(2) gauge theory," Kevin Cahill, DPF 1992, 1468-1470 (1992).

"A really effective potential," Kevin Cahill, DPF 1992, 1519-1521 (1992).

"The Fourth root of gravity," Kevin Cahill, gr-qc/9304014 (1993).

"Noncompact lattice simulations of SU(2) gauge theory," Kevin Cahill, Phys.Lett.B 304 (1993) 307-310, hep-lat/9301010.

"Geometrical representations of gauge fields," K Cahill and S Raghavan, J.Phys.A 26 (1993) 7213-7217.

"Inflation pressures," J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 20 571-578 (1994), Kevin Cahill and Jiří Podolský.

"Gauge invariance and confinement in noncompact simulations of SU(2)," Kevin Cahill, Nucl.Phys.B Proc.Suppl. 34 (1994) 231-233.

"Noncompact gauge-invariant lattice simulations," Kevin E Cahill and Gary Herling, 1994 Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Particles and Fields (DPF 94), 1715-1717, hep-lat/9408022 (1994).

"Chameleonic chirality," Kevin E. Cahill, L. Crowell and D. Khetselius, 1994 Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Particles and Fields (DPF 94), 1213-1215.

"An application of a more-effective potential," Kevin E. Cahill, 1994 Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Particles and Fields (DPF 94), 1361-1365.

"Gauge-invariant noncompact lattice simulations," Kevin E. Cahill, hep-lat/9406001 (1994).

"Noncompact gauge-invariant simulations of U(1), SU(2), and SU(3)," Nucl.Phys.B Proc.Suppl. 42 (1995) 858-860, e-Print: hep-lat/9412113 [hep-lat], Kevin Cahill and Gary Herling

"An Effective Potential That Is Real," Kevin Cahill,*Physical Review * **D52** (1995) 4704.

"Chiral Symmetry and Quark Confinement," Kevin Cahill, hep-ph/9812312.

"Elements of Supersymmetry," Kevin Cahill, hep-ph/9907295.

"Neutrinos Are Nearly Dirac Fermions," Kevin Cahill, hep-ph/9912416.

"Condensates Break Chiral Symmetry," Kevin Cahill, arXiv:hep-ph/9901285.

"Supersymmetry without Grassmann variables," Kevin Cahill,*JHEP* **06** (2001), doi: 10.1088/1126-6708/2001/06/002.

"Nuclear Power: An Exchange" Kevin Cahill, reply by Bill McKibben, The New York Review of Books, 15 November 2001.

"Proteins Wriggle," Michael Cahill, Sean Cahill, and Kevin Cahil, l* Biophysical Journal* **82**(5) May 2002, 2665-2670.

"On the Kinematics of Protein Folding," Sean Cahill, Michael Cahill, and Kevin Cahill,*J Comput Chem* **24**(11): 1364-1370, 2003,
doi: 10.1002/jcc.10245.

"Riemannian gauge theory and charge quantization," Mario Serna and Kevin Cahill,*JHEP* **10** (2003) 054,
doi: 10.1088/1126-6708/2003/10/054.

"Alternative splicing and genomic stability," Kevin Cahill*Physical Biology ***1**(2), C1-C4 (2004),
doi:10.1088/1478-3967/1/2/C01.

"Rydberg-London potential for diatomic molecules and unbonded atom pairs," V. Adrian Parsegian and Kevin Cahill,*JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS*
**121**(22), 10839-10842 (2004),
doi: 10.1063/1.1830011.

"Helices in biomolecules," Kevin Cahill,*PHYSICAL REVIEW E* **72**(6), 062901 2005,
doi: 10.1103/PhysRevE.72.062901.

"Learning about spin-one-half fields," Peter Cahill and Kevin Cahill,*Eur. J. Phys. ***27** (2006) 29-47,
doi:10.1088/0143-0807/27/1/004.

"Parametrization of the hybrid potential for pairs of neutral atoms," Kevin Cahill,*Eur. Phys. J. D ***44**, 459-465 (2007),
doi: 10.1140/epjd/e2007-00215-5.

"Simple model of the transduction of cell-penetrating peptides," Kevin Cahill,*IET Systems Biology, *2009, **3**(5), 300-306,
doi: 10.1049/iet-syb.2008.0160.

"Molecular electroporation and the transduction of oligoarginines," Kevin Cahill,*Physical Biology* **7** (2010) 016001,
doi:10.1088/1478-3975/7/1/016001.

"Cell-penetrating peptides, electroporation and drug delivery," Kevin Cahill,*IET Systems Biology***6** (4) 367-378 (2010),
doi:10.1049/iet-syb.2010.0007.

"Is Dark Energy a Cosmic Casimir Effect?" Kevin Cahill, arXiv:1102.5572[hep-ph].

"Fast Light, Fast Neutrinos?" Kevin Cahill,*J. Cosmology ***18**, 8080 (2012),
arXiv:1109.5357[hep-ph].

"Models of membrane electrostatics" Kevin Cahill,*Physical Review E ***85**(5), 051921 (2012).

"Theories with Finite Green's Functions," Kevin Cahill,*Physical Review D ***87**, 065024 (2013).

"Some nonrenormalizable theories are finite," Kevin Cahill,*Physical Review D ***88**, 125014 (2013).

"New dates for the eras of the universe from the Planck data,'' Kevin Cahill, arXiv: 1308.6001 [physics.pop-ph].

"Path integrals for actions that are not quadratic in their time derivatives," Kevin Cahill, arXiv 1501:00473 [hep-th].

"An extension of the standard model in which parity is conserved at high energies," Kevin Cahill, arXiv 1606.01225 [hep-ph].

"The eras of radiation, matter, and dark energy: new information from the Planck Collaboration," Kevin Cahill, arXiv: 1606:08865 [physics.pop-ph].

"Path integrals for awkward actions," David Amdahl and Kevin Cahill, arXiv: 1611.06685 [hep-th & hep-lat].

*Physical Mathematics,* 2d edition,
Kevin Cahill, Cambridge University Press, 2019.

Is the local Lorentz invariance of general relativity implemented by gauge bosons that have their own Yang-Mills-like action?" Kevin Cahill, arXiv: 2008:10381 [gr-qc]; Phys.Rev.D 102 (2020) 6, 065011, Phys.Rev.D 106 (2022) 2, 029901 (erratum) Erratum , revised version of paper

Flat Space, Dark Energy, and the Cosmic Microwave Background, Eur.J.Phys. 41 (2020) 3, 035603 e-Print: 2002.11464 [physics.gen-ph], Kevin Cahill

Spinors of spin-one-half fields, Eur. J. Phys. 42 025407 (2021) e-Print: 2104.07017 [physics.gen-ph], Kevin Cahill

Letter to the Editor of The New York Times, Kevin Cahill, 5th letter on "Was the Supreme Court Right to Block Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan?" 4 July 2023.

Tensor gauge fields and dark matter in general relativity with fermions, Kevin Cahill, https://hal.science/hal-04168724.

The stock market for physicists, Talk by Kevin Cahill at UNM via Zoom, also available on YouTube.

Simplicity and symmetry in physics, pdf of UNM colloquium by Kevin Cahill on 27 October 2023, also available in Powerpoint and on YouTube.

"Simplicity and symmetry in physics," a pedagogical paper by Kevin Cahill, also available "here."

"Coherent-State Representations for the Photon Density Operator," Kevin E. Cahill,

"Ordered Expansions in Boson Amplitude Operators," K. E. Cahill and R. J. Glauber,

"Density Operators and Quasiprobability Distributions," K. E. Cahill and R. J. Glauber,

"Pure States and the P Representation," Kevin E. Cahill,

"Regularization of the P Representation," Kevin E. Cahill,

"A Basic Discontinuity Equation," Kevin E. Cahill and Henry P. Stapp,

"Generalized Optical Theorems and Steinmann Relations," Kevin E. Cahill and Henry P. Stapp,

"Mass formulas for static solitons," K. Cahill, A. Comtet, and R. J. Glauber,

"Scalar-Vector Instantons in

"Topological Cohesion," K. Cahill and N. Stoltzfus,

"Example of Color Screening," Kevin Cahill,

"General Internal Gauge Symmetry," Kevin Cahill,

"Soluble Gauge Theory of a Non-Compact Group," Kevin Cahill,

"Nonlinear Internal Symmetry," Kevin Cahill,

"Statistical enhancement of gauge invariance," Kevin Cahill and Peter Denes, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento 33, 184-186 (1982).

"On the unification of the gravitational and electronuclear forces," Kevin Cahill, Phys. Rev. D 26, 1916 (1982); Erratum Phys. Rev. D 30, 2695 (1984).

"Energy loss by slow magnetic monopoles," Julio Gea-Banacloche, Kevin Cahill, Denny Rossbach, and Alain Comtet, Lett. Nuovo Cimento 37, 145 (1983).

"Unitary gauge theories of noncompact groups," Kevin Cahill and Sertaç Őzenli Phys. Rev. D 27, 1396 (1983).

"Nuclear Proton Decay," Kevin Cahill, Phys. Rev. Lett. 51, 1600 (1983).

"Tetrads, broken symmetries, and the gravitational constant," Kevin Cahill, Z. Phys. C23, 353 (1984).

"The gravitational constant," Kevin Cahill, Lett. Nuovo Cimento 39, 181-184 (1984).

"Path integrals without lattices," Kevin Cahill and Randolph Reeder, Phys.Lett.B 136 (1984) 77-79.

"Path integrals without lattices for QED

"Simplicial interpolations for path integrals," Kevin Cahill, Sudhakar Prasad and Randolph Reeder, Phys.Lett.B 149 (1984) 377-380.

"The Strong CP Problem in a Compact Robertson-Walker Universe," Kevin Cahill, Z.Phys.C 29 (1985) 537.

"USING MACSYMA TO WRITE LONG FORTRAN CODES FOR SIMPLICIAL INTERPOLATIVE LATTICE GAUGE THEORY," Kevin Cahill and Randolph Reeder, in Advances in Lattice Gauge Theory (1985).

"Comparison of the simplicial method with Wilson's lattice gauge theory for U(1)

"TESTING TWO VERSIONS OF LATTICE GAUGE THEORY: CREUTZ RATIOS IN U(1) IN THREE DIMENSIONS," Kevin Cahill and Randolph Reeder, in Conference on Frontiers of Quantum Monte Carlo, 1043-1059, LAMPF Summer Study Session.

"Noncompact simulations of SU(2)

"SPURIOUS DECORRELATIONS IN LATTICE GAUGE THEORY," Kevin Cahill, Michael Hebert and Sudhakar Prasad, 1987.

"WILSON LOOPS IN THREE-DIMENSIONS," Kevin Cahill and Sudhakar Prasad, 1987.

"Noncompact simulations of SU(2)," Kevin Cahill, Nucl.Phys.B Proc.Suppl. 9 (1989) 529-532.

"Wilson loops in three dimensions," Kevin Cahill and Sudhakar Prasad, Phys. Rev. D 40, 1274 (1989).

"Lattice artifacts and SU(2)

"Does pure SU(2) gauge theory confine?," Kevin Cahill, Phys.Lett.B 231 (1989) 294-298.

"HOW TO USE MACSYMA TO WRITE LONG FORTRAN CODES FOR NONCOMPACT SIMULATIONS OF GAUGE THEORIES," Kevin Cahill, 1989.

"Noncompact simulations of SU(2) at strong coupling," Kevin E. Cahill, in 15th APS Division of Particles and Fields General Meetingi, 797-799 (1990).

"Report of the subgroup on the top quark," Kevin E. Cahill, 1990 DPF Summer Study on High-energy Physics: Research Directions for the Decade (Snowmass 90), 0354-365. "Noncompact simulations of SU(2) gauge theory at strong coupling," Kevin E. Cahill, LATTICE 90: International Conference on Lattice Field Theory, 240-244, 1990.

"Symmetry breaking by fermions," Kevin Cahill, Phys.Lett.B 269 (1991) 129-133.

"Why is there mass?," Kevin E. Cahill, Particles & Fields 91: Meeting of the Division of Particles & Fields of the APS, 0847-850 (1991).

"The masses of the lighter quarks," Kevin Cahill, J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 17 1059 (1991).

"Static forces in noncompact SU(2)," Kevin Cahill, Nucl.Phys.B Proc.Suppl. 26 (1992) 453-458.

"A more effective potential," Kevin Cahill, AIP Conference Proceedings 272, 1461 (1992); https://doi.org/10.1063/1.43443.

"Inflation pressures," Kevin Cahill and Jiří Podolský, DPF 1992, 1418-1420 (1992).

"A high-statistics simulation of SU(2) gauge theory," Kevin Cahill, DPF 1992, 1468-1470 (1992).

"A really effective potential," Kevin Cahill, DPF 1992, 1519-1521 (1992).

"The Fourth root of gravity," Kevin Cahill, gr-qc/9304014 (1993).

"Noncompact lattice simulations of SU(2) gauge theory," Kevin Cahill, Phys.Lett.B 304 (1993) 307-310, hep-lat/9301010.

"Geometrical representations of gauge fields," K Cahill and S Raghavan, J.Phys.A 26 (1993) 7213-7217.

"Inflation pressures," J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 20 571-578 (1994), Kevin Cahill and Jiří Podolský.

"Gauge invariance and confinement in noncompact simulations of SU(2)," Kevin Cahill, Nucl.Phys.B Proc.Suppl. 34 (1994) 231-233.

"Noncompact gauge-invariant lattice simulations," Kevin E Cahill and Gary Herling, 1994 Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Particles and Fields (DPF 94), 1715-1717, hep-lat/9408022 (1994).

"Chameleonic chirality," Kevin E. Cahill, L. Crowell and D. Khetselius, 1994 Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Particles and Fields (DPF 94), 1213-1215.

"An application of a more-effective potential," Kevin E. Cahill, 1994 Meeting of the American Physical Society, Division of Particles and Fields (DPF 94), 1361-1365.

"Gauge-invariant noncompact lattice simulations," Kevin E. Cahill, hep-lat/9406001 (1994).

"Noncompact gauge-invariant simulations of U(1), SU(2), and SU(3)," Nucl.Phys.B Proc.Suppl. 42 (1995) 858-860, e-Print: hep-lat/9412113 [hep-lat], Kevin Cahill and Gary Herling

"An Effective Potential That Is Real," Kevin Cahill,

"Chiral Symmetry and Quark Confinement," Kevin Cahill, hep-ph/9812312.

"Elements of Supersymmetry," Kevin Cahill, hep-ph/9907295.

"Neutrinos Are Nearly Dirac Fermions," Kevin Cahill, hep-ph/9912416.

"Condensates Break Chiral Symmetry," Kevin Cahill, arXiv:hep-ph/9901285.

"Supersymmetry without Grassmann variables," Kevin Cahill,

"Nuclear Power: An Exchange" Kevin Cahill, reply by Bill McKibben, The New York Review of Books, 15 November 2001.

"Proteins Wriggle," Michael Cahill, Sean Cahill, and Kevin Cahil, l

"On the Kinematics of Protein Folding," Sean Cahill, Michael Cahill, and Kevin Cahill,

"Riemannian gauge theory and charge quantization," Mario Serna and Kevin Cahill,

"Alternative splicing and genomic stability," Kevin Cahill

"Rydberg-London potential for diatomic molecules and unbonded atom pairs," V. Adrian Parsegian and Kevin Cahill,

"Helices in biomolecules," Kevin Cahill,

"Learning about spin-one-half fields," Peter Cahill and Kevin Cahill,

"Parametrization of the hybrid potential for pairs of neutral atoms," Kevin Cahill,

"Simple model of the transduction of cell-penetrating peptides," Kevin Cahill,

"Molecular electroporation and the transduction of oligoarginines," Kevin Cahill,

"Cell-penetrating peptides, electroporation and drug delivery," Kevin Cahill,

"Is Dark Energy a Cosmic Casimir Effect?" Kevin Cahill, arXiv:1102.5572[hep-ph].

"Fast Light, Fast Neutrinos?" Kevin Cahill,

"Models of membrane electrostatics" Kevin Cahill,

"Theories with Finite Green's Functions," Kevin Cahill,

"Some nonrenormalizable theories are finite," Kevin Cahill,

"New dates for the eras of the universe from the Planck data,'' Kevin Cahill, arXiv: 1308.6001 [physics.pop-ph].

"Path integrals for actions that are not quadratic in their time derivatives," Kevin Cahill, arXiv 1501:00473 [hep-th].

"An extension of the standard model in which parity is conserved at high energies," Kevin Cahill, arXiv 1606.01225 [hep-ph].

"The eras of radiation, matter, and dark energy: new information from the Planck Collaboration," Kevin Cahill, arXiv: 1606:08865 [physics.pop-ph].

"Path integrals for awkward actions," David Amdahl and Kevin Cahill, arXiv: 1611.06685 [hep-th & hep-lat].

Is the local Lorentz invariance of general relativity implemented by gauge bosons that have their own Yang-Mills-like action?" Kevin Cahill, arXiv: 2008:10381 [gr-qc]; Phys.Rev.D 102 (2020) 6, 065011, Phys.Rev.D 106 (2022) 2, 029901 (erratum) Erratum , revised version of paper

Flat Space, Dark Energy, and the Cosmic Microwave Background, Eur.J.Phys. 41 (2020) 3, 035603 e-Print: 2002.11464 [physics.gen-ph], Kevin Cahill

Spinors of spin-one-half fields, Eur. J. Phys. 42 025407 (2021) e-Print: 2104.07017 [physics.gen-ph], Kevin Cahill

Letter to the Editor of The New York Times, Kevin Cahill, 5th letter on "Was the Supreme Court Right to Block Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan?" 4 July 2023.

Tensor gauge fields and dark matter in general relativity with fermions, Kevin Cahill, https://hal.science/hal-04168724.

The stock market for physicists, Talk by Kevin Cahill at UNM via Zoom, also available on YouTube.

Simplicity and symmetry in physics, pdf of UNM colloquium by Kevin Cahill on 27 October 2023, also available in Powerpoint and on YouTube.

"Simplicity and symmetry in physics," a pedagogical paper by Kevin Cahill, also available "here."