Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Demonstrating the Relationship Between Quantum Mechanics and Relativity

Authors: John R. Cipolla

This thought experiment is an attempt to unify Einstein's theory of general relativity, which governs gravitational fields around massive objects and quantum mechanics, or the wave nature of matter and energy. String theory postulates that electrons and quarks in atoms are one-dimensional oscillating line segments. The first elementary particle string models were called bosonic strings because only bosons or force carriers like photons; gluons and the Higgs particles were modeled. Later, superstring theory was developed that predicted a connection or "super-symmetry" between bosons and fermions where fermions are elementary particles like electrons, protons and quarks that compose all ordinary matter. This analysis assumes all massive objects can be modeled as heterotic or closed superstrings. Further, demonstrating the relationship between string theory and general relativity is simplified because general relativity approaches the Newtonian limit for small velocity. These results indicate string theory and general relativity are related.

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[v1] 2018-03-22 11:24:21
[v2] 2018-03-24 16:00:26
[v3] 2018-04-09 07:44:09
[v4] 2018-05-02 10:05:58

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