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A topological approach to renormalizationAug 06 2019We show that because the necessity of renormalization arises from the infinite integrals caused by the discrepancy between the orders of differential- and integral operators in four dimensional QFTs. Therefore in view of the fact that finiteness and invariant ... More
Table of Stable Chemical Elements Based on the "Intensity--Compressibility Factor" Diagram and on Mean Square Fluctuations of Energy and TimeAug 04 2019In this paper, a new physical notion, intensity, is introduced. The notion of intensity occurs in a special statistics, known as Gentile statistics, which is asymptotically close to ordinary thermodynamics. The introduction of the new notion of intensity ... More
The Z3-graded extension of the Poincaré algebraAug 04 2019Aug 11 2019A Z3 symmetric generalization of the Dirac equation was proposed in recent series of papers, where its properties and solutions discussed. The generalized Dirac operator acts on "coloured spinors" composed out of six Pauli spinors, describing three colours ... More
The Z3-graded extension of the Poincaré groupAug 04 2019A Z3 symmetric generalization of the Dirac equation was proposed in recent series of papers, where its properties and solutions discussed. The generalized Dirac operator acts on "coloured spinors" composed out of six Pauli spinors, describing three colours ... More
Rogue quantum gravitational wavesAug 02 2019In this paper, we propose the existence and discuss the properties of rogue quantum gravitational waves. More specifically, we numerically solve the Schr\"odinger-Newton system of equations using a spectral scheme with a $4^{th}$ order Runge-Kutta time ... More
Review of Dark MatterAug 01 2019In this review of Dark Matter we review dark matter as sterile neutrinos, fermions, with their present and possibly future detection via neutrino Oscillations. We review the creation of Dark Matter via interactions with the Dark Energy (quintesence) field. ... More
Exact Recession Velocity and Cosmic Redshift Based on Cosmological Principle and Yang-Mills GravityAug 01 2019Based on the cosmological principle and quantum Yang-Mills gravity in the super-macroscopic limit, we obtain an exact recession velocity and cosmic redshift z, as measured in an inertial frame $F\equiv F(t,x,y,z).$ For a matter-dominated universe, we ... More
Lattice QCD Method To Study Proton Radius PuzzleAug 01 2019Recently there has been disagreement between various experiments about the value of the proton radius which is known as the proton radius puzzle. Since the proton is not a point particle the charge radius of the proton depends on the charge distribution ... More
A sceptical analysis of Quantized InertiaAug 01 2019We perform an analysis of the derivation of Quantized Inertia (QI) theory, formerly known with the acronym MiHsC, as presented by McCulloch (2007, 2013). Two major flaws were found in the original derivation. We derive a discrete black-body radiation ... More
Testing Newton/GR, MoND and quantised inertia on wide binariesJul 31 2019Wide binary stars are within the low-acceleration regime in which galactic rotation curves deviate from Newtonian or general relativistic predictions. It has recently been observed that their rotation rates are similarly anomalous in a way that dark matter ... More
Decoupling gravitational sources by MGD approach in Rastall gravityJul 28 2019In the present work, we investigate the possibility of obtaining stellar interiors for static self-gravitating systems describing an anisotropic matter distribution in the framework of Rastall gravity through gravitational decoupling by means of minimal ... More
Universal Entanglement and an Information-Complete Quantum TheoryJul 28 2019The most challenging problem of modern physics is how to reconcile quantum theory and general relativity, namely, to find a consistent quantum theory in which gravity is quantized. This Progress Report focuses on such a tentative theory called the information-complete ... More
Projectile motion without calculusJul 27 2019Projectile motion is a constant theme in introductory-physics courses. It is often used to illustrate the application of differential and integral calculus. While most of the problems used for this purpose, such as maximizing the range, are kept at a ... More
Gravitational Baryogenesis in non-minimal coupled $f(R,T)$ gravityJul 26 2019In this paper gravitational baryogenesis is studied by considering the simplest non-minimal matter geometry coupled $f(R,T)$ gravity theory where $f(R,T)= R+\zeta RT$. Here, $R$ represents Ricci scalar and $T$ denote trace of the stress-energy-momentum ... More
A new additive decomposition of velocity gradientJul 25 2019To avoid the infinitesimal rotation nature of the Cauchy-Stokes decomposition of velocity gradient, the letter proposes an new additive decomposition in which one part is a SO(3) rotation tensor $Q=\exp W$.
Overspinning Kerr-MOG black holes by test fields and the third law of black hole dynamicsJul 24 2019We evaluate the stability of the event horizons of Kerr-MOG black holes in the scattering process of scalar test fields. We show that both extremal and nearly extremal Kerr-MOG black holes can be overspun into naked singularities by scalar test fields ... More
Unique Quantum Topological State with Emergent Quantum GravityJul 24 2019In this paper, a unique quantum topological state -- topologically-constrained spiral (spin) order is engineered that shows the phenomenon of emergent quantum gravity. To enforce the global topological constraint, we introduce topological spin space (or ... More
Gravitomagnetism and Gravitational Waves in Galileo-Newtonian PhysicsJul 17 2019Adopting Schwinger's formalism for inferring Maxwell-Lorentz equations (MLEs) and combining three ingredients: (i) the laws of gravitostatics, (ii) the Galileo-Newton principle of relativity and (iii) existence of gravitational waves which travel in vacuum ... More
Effects of rotation in the spacetime with a distortion of a vertical line into a vertical spiralJul 17 2019It is investigated the effects of rotation on the scalar field in the spacetime with the distortion of a vertical line into a vertical spiral. By analysing the upper limit of the radial coordinate that stems from the effects of rotation and the topology ... More
A Two-Page "Derivation" of Schroedinger's EquationJul 16 2019We give an exceptionally short derivation of Schroedinger's equation by replacing the idealization of a point particle by a density distribution.
A New Dual System For The Fundamental Units, including and going beyond the newly revised SIJul 15 2019We propose a new system for the fundamental units, which includes and goes beyond the present redefinition of the SI, by choosing also $c=\hbar=1$. By fixing $c=c_\circ $m/s = 1, $\hbar=\hbar_\circ $ Js = 1 and $\underline{\mu_\circ}=\mu_\circ $N/A$^2$ ... More
Cyclotron frequency and the quantum clockJul 15 2019We discuss the corrections to the orbital period of a particle in a constant magnetic field, driven by the model of noncommutative geometry recently associated to a quantum clock. The effects are extremely small, but in principle detectable.
Reflecting star, regular scalar field and induced scalar hairJul 15 2019The existence of a regular non-trivial scalar field in the background of an asymptotically flat stationary reflecting star is discussed. The scalar field is assumed to be conformally coupled to the matter. The induced scalar charge is determined and the ... More
Reflecting star, regular scalar field and induced scalar hairJul 15 2019Aug 10 2019The existence of regular non-trivial scalar fields in the background of asymptotically flat reflecting stars and static black holes is discussed. The scalar field is assumed to be conformally coupled to the matter. The scalar charge adoption by the reflecting ... More
Geometry, Zitterbewegung, QuantizationJul 11 2019In the most general geometric background, we study Dirac spinor fields with particular emphasis given to the explicit form of their gauge momentum and the way in which this can be inverted so to give the expression of the corresponding velocity; we study ... More
Ricci Flow Approach to The Cosmological Constant ProblemJul 10 2019Aug 01 2019In order to resolve the cosmological constant problem, the fundamental notion, reference frame is re-examined quantum mechanically. By using a quantum non-linear sigma (Q-NLSM) model, a theory of quantum spacetime reference frame (QSRF) is proposed. The ... More
Ricci Flow Approach to The Cosmological Constant ProblemJul 10 2019In order to resolve the cosmological constant problem, the fundamental notion, reference frame is re-examined quantum mechanically. By using a quantum non-linear sigma (Q-NLSM) model, a theory of quantum spacetime reference frame (QSRF) is proposed. The ... More
Kaluza--Klein gravity & cosmology emerging from G. Perelman's entropy functionals and quantum geometric information flowsJul 09 2019Jul 25 2019We elaborate on quantum geometric information flows, QGIFs, and emergent (modified) Einstein-Maxwell and Kaluza--Klein, KK, theories formulated in Lagrange-Hamilton and general covariant variables. There are considered nonholonomic deformations of Grigory ... More
Kaluza-Klein gravity & electromagnetism emerging from G. Perelman's entropy functionals and quantum geometric information flowsJul 09 2019Jul 15 2019We elaborate on quantum geometric information flows, QGIFs, and emergent (modified) Einstein-Maxwell and Kaluza--Klein, KK, theories formulated in Lagrange-Hamilton and general covariant variables. There are considered nonholonomic deformations of Grigory ... More
Cosmological dynamics in $R^2$ gravity with logarithmic trace termJul 09 2019A novel function for modified gravity is proposed, $f(R, T)=R+\lambda R^2+2\beta\ln(T)$, with $\lambda$ and $\beta$ constants, $R$ the Ricci scalar, and the energy-momentum tensor trace, $T$, satisfying $T=\rho-3p>0$. Subsequently, two equation of state ... More
Metric Cartesian mechanics of nonlocal energies with tensor internal tensions modifies Navier-Stokes dynamicsJul 08 2019We introduce the gauge-invariant vector dynamics of continuous inertial densities through the metric formalism for extended mechanical charges. Ricci scalar density is related to invariant sum of inertial and gravitational mass densities of nonlocal matter-extension. ... More
Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking Breaks Time-Reversal SymmetryJul 08 2019The ideas related to the arrow of time are discussed briefly. I then focus on the prevalent physical mechanism in the evolution of the universe and developments in particle physics, spontaneous symmetry breaking, and show that it explicitly breaks time-reversal ... More
Second-order stationary solutions for fermions in an external Coulomb fieldJul 03 2019We have studied self-conjugate second-order equations with spinor wavefunctions for fermions moving in an external Coulomb field. For stationary states, the equations are characterized by separated states with positive and negative energies, which render ... More
Fourier Transform on a ManifoldJul 03 2019Jul 10 2019A proof is given for the Fourier transform for functions in a Hilbert space on a manifold.
Fourier Transform on a ManifoldJul 03 2019A proof is given for the Fourier transform for functions in a Hilbert space on a manifold.
Hyperbolic symmetries, inflaton-phantom cosmology, and inflationJul 03 2019Using a hyperbolic complex plane, we study the realization of the underlying hyperbolic symmetry as an internal symmetry that enables the unification of scalar fields of cosmological and particle physics interest. Such an unification is achieved along ... More
Distinctive electromagnetic signals caused by gravitational waves (of sub-solar mass primordial black hole binary mergers) interacting with galactic magnetic fieldsJul 02 2019Jul 09 2019As a candidate of dark matter, and related to many fundamental physics issues, the primordial black hole (PBH) is a crucial topic. However, so far the existence of PBHs is still not confirmed, and currently running GW detectors are still not able to distinguish ... More
Viability of Bianchi type V Universe in $f(R,T)= f_{1}(R)+f_{2}(R)f_{3}(T)$ gravityJul 02 2019In this paper, we have searched the existence of non-minimal matter-geometry coupling in Bianchi V space-time in the framework of f(R, T) gravity. To solve the field equations, we have considered a special law of variation for the average Hubbles parameter ... More
Viability of Bianchi type V Universe in $f(R,T)= f_{1}(R)+f_{2}(R)f_{3}(T)$ gravityJul 02 2019Jul 14 2019In this paper, we have searched the existence of non-minimal matter-geometry coupling in Bianchi V space-time in the framework of f(R, T) gravity. To solve the field equations, we have considered a special law of variation for the average Hubbles parameter ... More
A comment on "Can observations inside the Solar System reveal the gravitational properties of the quantum vacuum?" by D.S. HajdukovicJul 01 2019Jul 03 2019The modified gravitational theory by Hajdukovic [arXiv:1210.7421], based on the idea that quantum vacuum contains virtual gravitational dipoles, predicts, among other things, anomalous secular precessions of the planets of the Solar System as large as ... More
A comment on "Can observations inside the Solar System reveal the gravitational properties of the quantum vacuum?" by D.S. HajdukovicJul 01 2019Aug 07 2019The modified gravitational theory by Hajdukovic [arXiv:1210.7421], based on the idea that quantum vacuum contains virtual gravitational dipoles, predicts, among other things, anomalous secular precessions of the planets of the Solar System as large as ... More
Lattice QCD Method To Study Proton DecayJul 01 2019The proton decay has not been experimentally observed with the lower limit of the proton lifetime being $\gtrsim 10^{34}$ years which is more than the age of the universe. One of the important quantity that appears in the study of the proton decay is ... More
Noncommutative black hole in the Finslerian spacetimeJul 01 2019We study the behavior of the noncommutative radiating Schwarzschild black hole in the Finslerian spacetime. The investigation shows that black hole possesses either (i) two horizons, or (ii) a single horizon, or (iii) no horizon corresponding to a minimal ... More
Quantum geometric information flows and emergent gravityJun 28 2019We investigate classical and quantum geometric information flow theories (respectively, GIFs and QGIFs) when the geometric flow evolution and field equations for nonholonomic Einstein systems, NES, are derived from Perelman--Lyapunov type entropic type ... More
Quantum geometric information flows and emergent gravityJun 28 2019Jul 15 2019We investigate classical and quantum geometric information flow theories (respectively, GIFs and QGIFs) when the geometric flow evolution and field equations for nonholonomic Einstein systems, NES, are derived from Perelman--Lyapunov type entropic type ... More
Buchdahl model in $f(R, T)$ gravity: A comparative study with standard Einstein's gravityJun 28 2019This paper is devoted in the study of the hydrostatic equilibrium of stellar structure in the framework of modified $f(R, T)$ gravity theory that allows the non-conservation of energy-momentum, with possible implications for several cosmological and astrophysical ... More
Stochasticity, topology, and spinJun 28 2019Complex Schroedinger equation is transformed to spinor or coupled scalar field equations replacing the imaginary unit $i$ by a matrix $\begin{bmatrix} 0 & 1 \\-1 & 0 \end{bmatrix}$. New perspecive on stochasic approach is developed with spin as topological ... More
Obtaining consistent Lorentz gauging for a gravitationally coupled fermionJun 27 2019Jul 03 2019For internal gauge forces, the result of locally gauging, i.e., of performing the substitution $\partial \rightarrow D$, is the same whether performed on the action or on the corresponding Euler-Lagrange equations of motion. Rather unsettling, though, ... More
Obtaining consistent Lorentz gauging for a gravitationally coupled fermionJun 27 2019For internal gauge forces, the result of locally gauging, i.e., of performing the substitution $\partial \rightarrow D$, is the same whether performed on the action or on the corresponding Euler-Lagrange equations of motion. Rather unsettling, though, ... More
On low-energy nuclear reactionsJun 21 2019Based on our recent theoretical findings (Phys. Rev. C 99, 054620 (2019)) it is shown that proton and deuteron capture reactions of extremely low energy may have accountable rate in the case of all elements of the periodic table. Certain numerical results ... More
On low-energy nuclear reactionsJun 21 2019Aug 15 2019Based on our recent theoretical findings (Phys. Rev. C 99, 054620 (2019)) it is shown that proton and deuteron capture reactions of extremely low energy may have accountable rate in the case of all elements of the periodic table. Certain numerical results ... More
Electrostatic Time Dilation and RedshiftJun 20 2019Jul 10 2019We first present the salient features of gravitational time dilation and redshift effects in two ways; by considering the oscillation frequencies/rates of clocks at different heights/potentials and by considering the photons emitted by these clocks such ... More
Semantics of HTS AC loss modelling: Theories, models and experimentsJun 18 2019Computer-assisted modelling is an essential approach to design new devices. It speeds up the process from the initial idea to an actual device and saves resources by reducing the number of built prototypes. This is also a significant practical motivator ... More
Interacting Tsallis holographic dark energy: Cosmic behaviour, statefinder analysis and $ω_D-ω'_D$ pair in the non-flat universeJun 15 2019The paper explores the interacting Tsallis holographic dark energy (THDE) model in a non-flat universe following an infrared cutoff as the apparent horizon. The equation of state (EoS) and the deceleration parameter of THDE model are determined to understand ... More
Evolution of Kaluza-Klein Like Wet Dark Fluid in $f(R,T)$ Theory of GravitationJun 13 2019Here we study the essence of $f(R,T)$ gravitation theory in five dimensional Universe and see the role of dark energy in the form of wet dark fluid in such a Universe. It is found that the dark energy is not exaggerated in contributing to the accelerating ... More
Physics and mathematical reality: comments on Aharonov et al, arXiv:1902.08798Jun 13 2019Do we have two kinds of reality: physical and mathematical? What is the role of mathematics in physics? These fundamental questions have intrigued original and brilliant minds since ancient times. A recent article (Aharonov, Cohen and Oaknin, arXiv:1902.08798) ... More
Anisotropic bulk viscous string cosmological models of the Universe under a time-dependent deceleration parameterJun 12 2019We investigate a new class of LRS Bianchi type-II cosmological models by revisiting in the paper of Mishra {\it et al} (2013) by considering a new deceleration parameter (DP) depending on the time in string cosmology for the modified gravity theory suggested ... More
Completing the International System of units with $c=\hbar=μ_\circ=ε_\circ=k_B=N_A=1$Jun 10 2019A drawback of the new SI is that by fixing the value of the elementary charge $e$, the vacuum magnetic permeability $\mu_\circ$ and impedance $Z_\circ=\mu_\circ c$ are no longer fixed, but get written proportionately to $\alpha$. All electrical units ... More
Nonvanishing magnetic field in pure electrostatic systems at rest in the curved space-time of EarthJun 10 2019Solutions of the Maxwell equations for electrostatic systems at rest on the rotating Earth's surface are shown to exhibit a nonvanishing magnetic field despite zero electric currents in the system. Such a field is of pure geometric origin, and in contrast ... More
Cell vibron polariton in the myelin sheath of nerveJun 10 2019Polaritons are arousing tremendous interests in physics and material sciences for their unique and amazing properties, especially including the condensation, lasing without inversion and even room-temperature superfluidity. Herein, we propose a cell vibron ... More
Nash embedding: a road map to realizing quantum hardwareJun 09 2019Jun 15 2019The non-Euclidean nature of the mathematical model of quantum circuits leaves open the question of their practical implementation in hardware platforms which necessarily reside in the Euclidean space $\mathbb{R}^3$. On the other hand, reversible circuits ... More
Sources for gravity. The Noetherian field theoriesJun 07 2019This paper attempts to throw some light on what is the correct choice of sources for Einstein's field equations for the gravitational metric, and on the definition of the Cauchy-Noether energy-momentum tensor of relativistic field theories, the natural ... More
Comment on "Path-Integral Measure for Gauge-Invariant Fermion Theories" by Kazuo Fujikawa (PRL 42, 1195-1198 (1979))Jun 06 2019Forty years has passed since the seminal work of Kazuo Fujikawa in the Physical Review Letters (PRL 42, 1195-1198 (1979)) opened a new avenue towards understanding the Adler-Bell-Jackiw anomaly in the framework of the path-integral quantization. The current ... More
On the Direct Quantization of Gravity Coupled to Matter and the Emergence of TimeJun 04 2019An approach to the quantization of gravity in the presence matter is examined which starts from the classical Einstein-Hilbert action and matter approximated by point particles minimally coupled to the metric. Upon quantization, the Hamilton constraint ... More
Extension of Malcev algebra and applications to gravityJun 04 2019We investigate extensions of Malcev algebras and give an explicit example of extended algebras. We present a new algebraic identity, which can be regarded as a generalization of the Jacobi identity or the Malcev identity. As applications to gravity, we ... More
Lattice QCD Method To Study Proton Spin CrisisJun 03 2019The proton spin crisis remains an unsolved problem in particle physics. The spin and angular momentum of the partons inside the proton are non-perturbative quantities in QCD which cannot be calculated by using the perturbative QCD (pQCD). In this paper ... More
Implication of the Superstring theory on Astrophysics and CosmologyJun 03 2019Under the spirit of J. Polchinsky's introduction of D-brane in the string target spacetime (or 'bulk', for short), we consider the presence of both closed and open superstrings and coupling of their low-lying modes in the bulk. As a probe to explore the ... More
Non-particle dark matter from Hubble parameterMay 29 2019The measurements of the Hubble parameter using the cosmic microwave background radiation appear to be inconsistent with the measurements of this parameter using Cepheid variable stars. This inconsistency may be a result of using the $\Lambda CDM$ cosmology, ... More
Comment on "New proof of general relativity through the correct physical interpretation of the Moeossbauer rotor experiment" by C. CordaMay 29 2019We analyze the attempt by C. Corda to explain the results of modern Moessbauer experiments in a rotating system via the additional effect of synchronization of the clock in the origin of the rotating system with the laboratory clock, and indicate errors ... More
Monopole Black Hole in Stringy gravityMay 28 2019May 31 2019The possible transition of large mass magnetic monopole solutions to monopole black hole solutions in Yang-Mills-Higgs theory with spontaneous symmetry breaking (SSB) coupled to the low energy effective theory of superstring with only dilatonic sector ... More
PV criticality of the second order quantum corrected Horava-Lifshitz black holeMay 28 2019In this paper, higher order quantum gravity effects on the thermodynamics of Ho\v{r}ava-Lifshitz black hole investigated. Both Kehagius-Sfetsos and Lu-Mei-Pop solutions of Ho\v{r}ava-Lifshitz black hole considered and higher order corrected thermodynamics ... More
The transformation of affine velocity and its application to a rotating diskMay 27 2019The aim of the article is to find a transformation that links the local affine velocity of a non-rigid body in the laboratory inertial reference frame $ S $ with the centro-affine velocity of motion of this body in the accompanying accelerated frame $ ... More
Generalised Proper Time as a Unifying Basis for Models with Two Right-Handed NeutrinosMay 27 2019Models with two right-handed neutrinos are able to accommodate solar and atmospheric neutrino oscillation observations as well as a mechanism for the baryon asymmetry of the universe. While economical in terms of the required new states beyond the Standard ... More
Classical analog to the Airy wave packetMay 24 2019The solution of the Liouville equation for the ensemble of free particles is presented and the classical analog to the quantum accelerating Airy wave packet is constructed and discussed. Considering the motion of various classical packets -- with an infinite ... More
An unphysical solution of Maxwell's equations and the failure of Newtonian mechanicsMay 24 2019The existence of an unphysical solution of Maxwell's equations for a plane-wave field exemplifies the general result that electromagnetic potentials convey more physical information than the electric and magnetic fields derivable from them. Thus, potential ... More
Reconstructing $f(T)$ modified gravity from ECHDE and ECNADE modelsMay 22 2019We investigate alternative candidates to dark energy that can explain the current state of the universe in the framework of the generalized teleparallel theory of gravity $f(T)$ where $T$ denotes the torsion scalar. To achieve this, we carried out a series ... More
Relating the curvature of De Sitter Universe to Open Quantum Lamb Shift SpectroscopyMay 20 2019In this paper, our prime objective is to connect the curvature of our observable De Sitter Universe with the spectroscopic study of entanglement of two atoms in an open quantum system (OQS). The OQS considered in our work is made up of two atoms which ... More
Black Hole Surrounded by Dark Matter Halo in the M87 Galactic Center and its Identification with Shadow ImagesMay 20 2019In this paper we present a new black hole solution surrounded by dark matter halo in the galactic center using the mass model of M87 and that coming from the Universal Rotation Curve (URC) dark matter profile representing family of spiral galaxies. In ... More
Black Hole Surrounded by a Dark Matter Halo in the M87 Galactic Center and its Identification with Shadow ImagesMay 20 2019Jul 22 2019In this paper we present a new black hole solution surrounded by a dark matter halo in the galactic center using the mass model of M87 and that coming from the Universal Rotation Curve (URC) dark matter profile representing family of spiral galaxies. ... More
The $C\ell(8)$ algebra of three fermion generations with spin and full internal symmetriesMay 20 2019In this paper, the basis states of the minimal left ideals of the complex Clifford algebra $C\ell(8)$ are shown to contain three generations of Standard Model fermion states, with full Lorentzian, right and left chiral, weak isospin, spin, and electrocolor ... More
Frozen SUSY with Susyons as the Dark MatterMay 16 2019Frozen SUSY is the maximally suppressed Supersymmetric SU(5) Grand Unified Theory coupled to Supergravity. In Frozen SUSY, there is only one extra particle in addition to those that appear in the usual non-supersymmetric SU(5) Grand Unified Theory coupled ... More
Covariant Quantum-Mechanical Scattering via Stueckelberg-Horwitz-Piron TheoryMay 14 2019Based on the Stueckelberg-Horwitz-Piron theory of covariant quantum mechanics on curved spacetime, we solved wave equation for a charged covariant harmonic oscillator in the background of the charged static spherically symmetric black hole. Using Green's ... More
Charged (A)dS black hole solutions in conformal teleparallel equivalent of general relativityMay 14 2019We continue our study in 4-dimensional to derive non-charged and charged black hole solutions in conformal teleparallel equivalent of general relativity. We apply the non-charged and charged equations of motion to spherically symmetric tetrad and derive ... More
Charged (A)dS black hole solutions in conformal teleparallel equivalent of general relativityMay 14 2019Aug 21 2019We continue our study in 4-dimension to derive non-charged and charged (Anti)-de Sitter black hole solutions in conformal teleparallel equivalent of general relativity. The non-charged and charged equations of motion are applied to the flat horizon tetrad, ... More
Compact star in Tolman Kuchowicz spacetime in background of Einstein Gauss Bonnet gravityMay 13 2019The present work is devoted to the study of anisotropic compact matter distributions within the framework of 5-dimensional Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity. To solve the field equations, we have considered that the inner geometry is described by Tolman-Kuchowicz ... More
On the dynamics of non-rigid asteroid rotationMay 12 2019We have presented in this communication a new solving procedure for the dynamics of non-rigid asteroid rotation, considering the final spin state of rotation for a small celestial body (asteroid). The last condition means the ultimate absence of the applied ... More
Cosmological singularity as an informational seed for EverythingMay 11 2019It is considered, how to place some amount of matter into the cosmological singularity and to encode its state. Two different approaches are suggested, which give the same result. The expression for the spectral energy density of the scalar particles, ... More
Boundary conditions in the variation of the EH action and unified description of quantum physics that includes gravitationMay 10 2019In this work we explore the boundary conditions in the Einstein-Hilbert action, by considering a displacement from the Riemannian manifold to an extended one. The latter is characterized by including spinor fields into the quantum geometric description ... More
Fermionic origin of dark energy in the inflationary universe from Unified Spinor FieldsMay 10 2019Jun 25 2019In this work we explore the boundary conditions in the Einstein-Hilbert action, by considering a displacement from the Riemannian manifold to an extended one. The latter is characterized by including spinor fields into the quantum geometric description ... More
Fermionic origin of dark energy in the inflationary universe from Unified Spinor FieldsMay 10 2019Aug 09 2019In this work we explore the boundary conditions in the Einstein-Hilbert action, by considering a displacement from the Riemannian manifold to an extended one. The latter is characterized by including spinor fields into the quantum geometric description ... More
Extensions of the Schwarzschild solution into regions of non-zero energy density and pressureMay 10 2019We present solutions of the Einstein equations that extend the static Schwarzschild solution in empty space to regions of non-zero energy density $\rho$ and radial pressure $p= w \rho$, where $w$ is a constant equation of state parameter. For simplicity ... More
Extensions of the Schwarzschild solution into regions of non-zero energy density and pressureMay 10 2019May 22 2019We present solutions of the Einstein equations that extend the static Schwarzschild solution in empty space into regions of non-zero energy density $\rho$ and radial pressure $p= w \rho$, where $w$ is a constant equation of state parameter. For simplicity ... More
Multiparticle fields on the subset of simultaneityMay 09 2019We propose a model describing the scattering of hadrons as bound states of their constituent quarks. We analyze the role of simultaneity in measurements of the characteristics of different particles for the description of relativistic quantum systems. ... More
An idea of non-perturbative quantum field theoryMay 09 2019We give non-perturbative expressions for the Wightman and Green functions and for the Bogoliubov $S$-matrix of quantum field theory.
Mathematical quantum field theoryMay 09 2019Jul 22 2019We define and study mathematical quantization of multidimensional variational principles, and compare it with traditional constructions of quantum field theory.
Classical and quantum geometric information flows and entanglement of relativistic mechanical systemsMay 09 2019This article elaborates on entanglement entropy and quantum information theory of geometric flows of (relativistic) Lagrange--Hamilton mechanical systems. A set of basic geometric and quantum mechanics and probability concepts together with methods of ... More
Cosmological Constraints on Chiral Tensor ParticlesMay 08 2019We discuss an extended model with chiral tensor particles in the Universe. Their direct influence on the Universe dynamics and their characteristic interactions in the hot Universe plasma, considered in previous publications, are briefly reviewed. A short ... More
A duality of fieldsMay 08 2019May 18 2019It is shown that there exists a duality among fields. If a field is dual to another field, the solution of the field can be obtained from the dual field by the duality transformation. We give a general result on the dual fields. Different fields may have ... More
Duality of fieldMay 08 2019It is shown that there exists a duality among fields. If a field is dual to another field, the solution of the field can be obtained from the dual field by duality transformation. Different fields may have different numbers of dual fields, e.g., the free ... More
Solar System and Atomic Stronger Bounds on Exotic Dyonic Matter and Non-associative Quantum MechanicsMay 08 2019We derive stronger bounds on the magnetic monopole charge of the proton, and hence on non-associative quantum mechanics from measurements of the magnetic fields of the Earth, the Moon and Mars. Limits are several orders of magnitude stronger than the ... More