Binder, Bernd (2003) SelfConsistent QuantumGravitational Quadrupole Fluctuations. [Preprint]

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To establish a selfconsistent system of mutually interacting gravitational quadrupoles, a characteristic number N of quantum masses µ are related to a characteristic velocity scaling. For this purpose a critical reference is defined by the flux and flux number of mass quanta constituting a confining unit field generating mass m_{G}=Nµ. In the field of m_{G} any small test mass orbits at unit distance r_{u} with unit velocity u (human artificial units). The velocity limit c with angular momentum quantum h is assigned to the Schwarzschild black hole photon sphere with radius given by the Compton wavelength. For this quantum mass we find the constitutional scaling relation N \approx 3m_{G}/µ \propto (c/u)^5 which indicates a quadrupole exchange. The corresponding coupling strength can be exactly related to previous results confirming the quantum mass µ hidden in the action quantum related at the Planck scale to the gravitational coupling constant G by µ^4 G=1. The coupling deficits can be assigned to a duality of coupling and noncoupling fluxes with 4th power flux scaling. This fits very well to existing models assuming a nongravitating vacuum energy to give a satisfactory answer to the cosmological constant problem.
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Keywords:  Schwarzschild, Scaling, general relativity, nongravitating, vacuum energy, cosmological, quantum, Gravity, Quadrupole, Fluctuations, Compton, Dirac, topological, fundamental, particle, spin, proton, electron, neutron, bosonization, modes, nonlinear, field equations, phase, berry, Gordon, sineGordon, Aharonov, Bohm, fine structure, iteration, iterative, exact  
Subjects:  Specific Sciences > Physics > Cosmology Specific Sciences > Physics Specific Sciences > Physics > Relativity Theory 

Depositing User:  Bernd Binder  
Date Deposited:  16 Mar 2003  
Last Modified:  07 Oct 2010 15:11  
Item ID:  1043  
URI:  http://philsciarchive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/1043 
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