Relativity and Cosmology

   

A Quantum Field Theory Conjecture for the Origin of Gravitation V2

Authors: DT Froedge

Gravitation defined in curved space has never been found to be compatible with quantum mechanics or quantum field theory. This is likely due to the fact that one theory is based in local conservation of energy and the other defines energy globally, and not locally conserved [Noether 1]. Equations mixed with variables from the two conservation laws, could neither be invariant nor covariant under coordinate transformations. This paper presents a theory for a gradient in c induced by QFT equivalent to the gradient in c induced by gravitation. In previous papers the author has illustrated that for photons, and confined light speed particles, a gradient in c demonstrates the effect of gravitation. The illustration of a gradient in c generated by Quantum Field Theory equivalent to gravitation therefore creates a theoretical mechanism for gravitation within a Lorenz, local conservation four-space.

Comments: 15 Pages. First 4-space connection between gravitation and path integrals

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[v1] 2018-08-09 12:41:39
[v2] 2018-10-05 12:13:40

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