Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Exploring the Possibility of New Physics Part II: Infinite Superpositions & Black Holes the Kerr Metric & Gravitational Waves

Authors: Julian williams

Continuing Part 1 covering the building of fundamental Standard Model particles from infinite superpositions. The borrowed energy for cosmic wavelength gravitons requires the universe to expand and spacetime to warp around mass concentrations. We used a simplified approach initially which agreed with an infinitesimally modified General Relativity. In this paper we address those simplifications and find a mass/radius squared term (in Planck units) in the metric, which appears to raise some tension with General Relativity but only very close to the horizon of black holes. This may relate with the possibility of echoes in the Gravitational Waves at merger recently speculated. We also address the Kerr metric (which is also slightly modified) and briefly look at Gravitational Waves in this paper

Comments: 50 Pages. Feedback is welcome for both Part I & Part II of these papers as they overlap

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[v1] 2016-12-21 22:06:41
[v2] 2017-02-12 18:22:10

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