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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

Geometric information flows and G. Perelman entropy for relativistic classical and quantum mechanical systemsMay 08 2019This work consists an introduction to the classical and quantum information theory of geometric flows of (relativistic) Lagrange--Hamilton mechanical systems. Basic geometric and physical properties of the canonical nonholonomic deformations of G. Perelman ... More

Maxwell Electrodynamics in terms of Physical PotentialsMay 08 2019A fully relativistically covariant and manifestly gauge invariant formulation of classical Maxwell electrodynamics is presented, purely in terms of gauge invariant potentials without entailing any gauge fixing. We show that the inhomogeneous equations ... More

w=1/3 to w=-1 evolution in a Robertson-Walker space-time with constant scalar curvatureMay 08 2019The Ricci tensor of a Robertson-Walker space-time is here specified by requiring constancy of the scalar curvature and a vanishing spatial curvature. By entering this Ricci tensor in Einstein's equations (without cosmological constant), the cosmological ... More

Tsallis holographic model of dark energy: Cosmic behaviour, statefinder analysis and $ω_{D}-ω_{D}^{'}$ pair in the non-flat universeMay 07 2019The paper investigates the Tsallis holographic dark energy (THDE) model in accordance with the apparent horizon as an infrared cut-off, in a non-flat universe. The cosmological evolution of the deceleration parameter and equation of state of THDE model ... More

Towards Divergence-free Theory of Quantum FieldsMay 07 2019Although quantum fields comprise infinitely many modes, the current description of the interactions among quantum fields is not constrained by the laws of statistical mechanics. We present a new framework that incorporates the laws of statistical mechanics ... More

Vapor Pressure in a Paramagnetic Solid?May 06 2019In this paper, we obtain an analytical expression for the vapor pressure of a paramagnetic solid for high temperatures. We have considered the behavior of magnetic materials in the presence of an external magnetic field using the thermodynamical analysis ... More

(J + 1/2) squared or J(J + 1) as functional for rotational terms in analysis of molecular spectraMay 05 2019The theoretical and experimental evidence regarding the use of (J + 1/2) squared and J(J + 1) as a functional in formulae for rotational term values in the spectral analysis of a diatomic molecule in electronic state singlet-Sigma is scrutinised. The ... More

Scale-relativistic corrections to the muon anomalous magnetic momentMay 04 2019The anomalous magnetic moment of the muon is one of the most precisely measured quantities in physics. Its experimental value exhibits a $3.7 \, \sigma$ discrepancy, $\delta a_\mu=(268 \pm 72) \times 10^{-11}$, with its theoretical value calculated in ... More

The Schrödinger Equation Describes a Particular Quantum GeometryMay 02 2019This paper posits the existence of, and finds a candidate for, a variable change that allows quantum mechanics to be interpreted as quantum geometry. The Bohr model of the Hydrogen atom is thought of in terms of an indeterministic electron position and ... More

An extension of the linear theory of isothermal sound propagation in an aerosolMay 02 2019The existing linear theory of isothermal sound propagation in an aerosol considers Stokes drag and treats particles which are infinitely viscous. We extend the theory by applying the Coriolis flowmeter "bubble theory". Here, the drag force is a function ... More

Cosmological Acceleration as a Consequence of Quantum de Sitter SymmetryMay 02 2019Physicists usually understand that physics cannot (and should not) derive that $c=3\cdot 10^8m/s$ and $\hbar =1.054\cdot 10^{-34}kg\cdot m^2/s$ because $c$ and $\hbar$ are fundamental physical quantities. At the same time they usually believe that physics ... More

Study of the current-driven, superconducting to normal transitionMay 01 2019May 08 2019A model, based on classical mechanics and thermodynamics, is devised to investigate the properties of the current-driven, superconducting to normal transition. This process is shown to be reversible. Two different critical temperatures are introduced. ... More

Study of the current-driven, superconducting to normal transitionMay 01 2019May 19 2019A model, based on classical mechanics and thermodynamics, is devised to investigate the properties of the current-driven, superconducting to normal transition. This process is shown to be reversible. Two different critical temperatures are introduced. ... More

Discrete Phase Space, Relativistic Quantum Electrodynamics, and a Non-Singular Coulomb PotentialApr 30 2019This paper deals with the relativistic, quantized electromagnetic and Dirac field equations in the arena of discrete phase space and continuous time. The mathematical formulation involves partial difference equations. In the consequent relativistic quantum ... More

Perturbation theory in nonstandard cosmologyApr 30 2019We study inhomogeneous perturbations away from the strongly homogeneous background cosmology previously studied. The problem is greatly simplified by using the mapping on the inner Schwarzschild solution. The resulting linear perturbation equations can ... More

Gravitation from a quantum mechanical argument: phase space compressionApr 30 2019We use a quantum mechanical charged particle as a test particle which probes the dynamics of force-related fields it is subject to. We allow for geodesic motion and relations involving gravitation appear. Gravitation affects quantum dynamics by modifying ... More

Transition from the Bose gas to the Fermi gas through a Nuclear HaloApr 29 2019The first part of the paper deals with the behavior of the Bose--Einstein distribution as the activity $a\to 0$. In particular, the neighborhood of the point $a=0$ is studied in great detail, and the expansion of both the Bose distribution and the Fermi ... More

Transition from the Bose gas to the Fermi gas through a Nuclear HaloApr 29 2019May 20 2019The first part of the paper deals with the behavior of the Bose--Einstein distribution as the activity $a\to 0$. In particular, the neighborhood of the point $a=0$ is studied in great detail, and the expansion of both the Bose distribution and the Fermi ... More

Decays of $W$ bosons: possible mixing of spin $0$ and spin $1$ statesApr 29 2019We study decays of a spin $1$ boson within the formalism of Hagen-Hurley equations. Such particle can decay into two spin $\frac{1}{2}$ particles, a Weyl neutrino and a massive fermion, whose spins can couple to $S=0$ or $S=1$. Since spin $0$ and spin ... More

The deformation parameter of the generalized uncertainty principleApr 27 2019After a short introduction to the generalized uncertainty principle (GUP), we review some of the physical predictions of the GUP, and we focus in particular on the bounds that present experimental tests can put on the value of the deformation parameter ... More

Possible formation of wormholes from dark matter in an isothermal galactic halo and voidApr 27 2019It is well known that traversable wormholes are valid solutions of the Einstein field equations, but these structures can only be maintained by violating the null energy condition. In this paper, we have obtained such wormhole solutions in an isothermal ... More

A large disparity in cosmic reference frames determined from the sky distributions of radio sources and the microwave background radiationApr 25 2019The angular distribution of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR) in sky shows a dipole asymmetry, ascribed to the observer's motion (peculiar velocity of the solar system!), relative to the local comoving coordinates. The peculiar velocity ... More

Polar analysis of the Dirac equation through dimensionsApr 25 2019We consider the polar form of the spinor field equation in an $n$-dimensional space-time, studying the way in which the space-time dimension influences the number of the independent field equations and the number of the degrees of freedom of the spinor ... More

Analysis of double-slit interference experiment at the atomic levelApr 24 2019I argue that the marquis characteristics of the quantum-mechanical double-slit experiment (point detection, random distribution, Born rule) can be explained using Schroedinger's equation alone, if one takes into account that, for any atom in a detector, ... More

A generalized Finch-Skea class one static solutionApr 23 2019In the present article, we discuss relativistic anisotropic solutions of the Einstein field equation for the spherically symmetric line element under the class I condition. To do so we apply the embedding class one technique using Eisland condition. Within ... More

Tantalizing New Physics from the Cosmic PurviewApr 23 2019The emergence of a highly improbable coincidence in cosmological observations speaks to a remarkably simple cosmic expansion. Compelling evidence now suggests that the Universe's gravitational horizon, coincident with the better known Hubble sphere, has ... More

The Spectral Representation of Homogeneous Spin-Weighted Random Fields on the SphereApr 23 2019This is a direct computation of the spectral representation of homogeneous spin-weighted spherical random fields with arbitrary integer spin. It generalises known results from Cosmology for the spin-2 Cosmic Microwave Background polarisation and Cosmic ... More

Complex ER bridges in EPRB decaysApr 18 2019We argue that a great circle in the 7-sphere plays the role of an Einstein-Rosen bridge in Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen-Bohm decays.

Quantum mechanical equivalence of the metrics of a centrally symmetric gravitational fieldApr 16 2019We analyze the quantum mechanical equivalence of the metrics of a centrally symmetric uncharged gravitational field. We consider the static Schwarzschild metric in spherical and isotropic coordinates, the stationary Eddington-Finkelstein and Painlev\'e-Gullstrand ... More

Non-unitary Process and Quantum CommunicationApr 16 2019The no-communication theorem states that the observation of a subsystem of an entangled state does not affect another subsystem. Nevertheless, this theorem is based on the assumption that all quantum processes are unitary. We examine a feasible thought ... More

The Physics of Mind and ThoughtApr 15 2019Regular physics is unsatisfactory in that it fails to take into consideration phenomena relating to mind and meaning, whereas on the other side of the cultural divide such constructs have been studied in detail. This paper discusses a possible synthesis ... More

Black Hole Production in the Presence of a Maximal Momentum in Horizon Wave Function FormalismApr 15 2019We study the Horizon Wave Function (HWF) description of a generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) black hole in the presence of two natural cutoffs as a minimal length and a maximal momentum. This is motivated by a metric which allows the existence of ... More

Hadron Formation From Non-Equilibrium Quark-Gluon Plasma at RHIC and LHC Using Closed-Time Path Integral FormalismApr 12 2019Recently we have reported the correct formulation of the hadron formation from the quarks and gluons by using the lattice QCD method at the zero temperature. Similarly we have also reported the correct formulation of the hadron formation from the thermalized ... More

Parton to Hadron Fragmentation Function from Quark-Gluon Plasma using Lattice QCD Method at Finite TemperatureApr 10 2019Recently we have shown that it is possible to study the parton to hadron fragmentation function by using the lattice QCD method at the zero temperature. In this paper we extend this to the finite temperature QCD and study the parton to hadron fragmentation ... More

Scale relativity of the proton radius: solving the puzzleApr 10 2019The proton size has been found, with a $6\,\sigma$ statistical significance, to be larger by 4% when it is measured relatively to the electron than to the muon [Pohl2010,Antognini2013]. We solve this proton radius puzzle by accounting for the relativity ... More

The way from high to room temperature superconductivityApr 10 2019Presently, the main method of producing new high-temperature superconductors is chemical when record temperatures of the superconducting transition $T_c$ are reached due to changes in the chemical structure of a superconductor. This paper deals with a ... More

Canonical quantization of anisotropic Bianchi I cosmology from scalar vector tensor Brans Dicke gravityApr 09 2019We applied a generalized scalar-vector-tensor Brans Dicke gravity model to study canonical quantization of an anisotropic Bianchi I cosmological model. Regarding an anisotropic Harmonic Oscillator potential we show that the corresponding Wheeler de Witt ... More

Cylindrical symmetry, non-rotating and non-static or static black hole solution and the naked singularitiesApr 08 2019In this work, a four-dimensional cylindrical symmetry and nonstatic or static space-times in the backgrounds of anti-de Sitter (AdS) space with perfect stiff fluid, anisotropic fluid as the stress-energy tensor, is presented. For suitable parameter conditions ... More

On Fresnel Aether Drag, `Moving' Images, and RelativityApr 08 2019I show the decisive difference between genuine transverse Fresnel drag of light in a moving medium and the "spatial shift" measured with a time dependent interference pattern of light traversing a homogeneous finite medium (J. Leach et al., PRL 100, 153902 ... More

A Cosmological basis for E=mc^2Apr 05 2019The Universe has a gravitational horizon with a radius R_h=c/H coincident with that of the Hubble sphere. This surface separates null geodesics approaching us from those receding, and as free-falling observers within the Friedmann-Lemaitre-Robertson-Walker ... More

Incompatibility of the Dirac-like Field Operators with the Majorana AnzatzenApr 03 2019In the present article we investigate the spin-1/2 and spin-1 cases in different bases. Next, we look for relations with the Majorana-like field operator. We show explicitly incompatibility of the Majorana anzatzen with the Dirac-like field operators ... More

Dirac and Majorana field operators with self/antiself charge-conjugate statesApr 03 2019We discuss relations between Dirac and Majorana-like field operators with self/antiself charge-conjugate states. The connections with recent models of several authors were found. KEYWORDS: Dirac; field operators; Majorana; Neutral particles; QFT.

Riccati equations as a scale-relativistic gateway to quantum mechanicsMar 31 2019Applying the resolution-scale relativity principle to develop a mechanics of non-differentiable dynamical paths, we find that, in one dimension, stationary motion corresponds to an Ito process driven by the solutions of a Riccati equation. We verify that ... More

Cosmological Consequences of New Dark Energy Models in Einstein-Aether GravityMar 30 2019In this paper, we reconstruct various solutions for the accelerated universe in the Einstein-Aether theory of gravity. For this purpose, we obtain the effective density and pressure for Einstein-Aether theory. We reconstruct the Einstein-Aether models ... More

Forces on a Clifford bundleMar 29 2019In a companion article, the Clifford bundle over spacetime was used as a geometric framework for obtaining coupled Dirac and Einstein equations. Other forces may be incorporated using minimal coupling. Here the fundamental forces that are allowed within ... More

Minimal length estimation on the basis of studies of the Sun-Earth-Moon system in deformed spaceMar 26 2019A space with deformed Poisson brackets for coordinates and momenta leading to the minimal length is considered. Features of description of motion of a body in the space are examined. We propose conditions on the parameters of deformation on which Poisson ... More

Photo-induced nuclear cooperationMar 26 2019Reactions $n_{\gamma }\gamma +$ $d+$ $_{z_{2}}^{A_{2}}X\rightarrow \left( n_{\gamma }\pm 1\right) \gamma +$ $p+$ $_{z_{2}}^{A_{2}+1}X$ and especially the reaction $d+$ $_{z_{2}}^{A_{2}}X\rightarrow \gamma +$ $p+$ $% _{z_{2}}^{A_{2}+1}X$, called photo-induced ... More

Generation of nanoparticles of phtalocyanines by laser fragmentation and their interaction with gold nanoparticlesMar 26 2019Optical properties and morphology of laser generated Aluminum and Copper phthalocyanine nanoparticles (nAlPc and nCuPc) in water are experimentally studied. Near infrared laser source of nanosecond pulse duration was used for fragmentation of Pc micro-powder ... More

An alternative description of the weak lepton interactionMar 24 2019The description of the massive vector- and pseudo-vector bosons is proposed, which allows the use of them as interaction carriers. The boson propagators guarantee the renormalizability of the theory with massive intermediate bosons. The proposed description ... More

Landau-Bogolubov Energy Spectrum of SuperconductorsMar 23 2019We demonstrate that a dispersion relation of elementary excitations in the Fermi liquid as a superconductor is identical to the one in a quantum liquid HeII. Hence, we show that the superconductivity is, in fact, the same as superfluidity, but for charged ... More

Vacuum and spacetime signature in the theory of superalgebraic spinorsMar 21 2019May 08 2019We investigated action of operator analogs of Dirac gamma matrices (we called them gamma operators) on a vacuum. We derived formulas for vacuum state vector and operators of the Lorentz transformations of spinors in the superalgebraic representation of ... More

Vacuum and spacetime signature in the theory of superalgebraic spinorsMar 21 2019Formulas for vacuum state vector and operators of the Lorentz transformations and gauge charge transformations of spinors are derived in the superalgebraic representation of spinors. Five operator analogs of five Dirac gamma matrices exist in the superalgebraic ... More

Global properties of warped solutions in General Relativity with electromagnetic field and cosmological constantMar 20 2019We consider general relativity with cosmological constant minimally coupled to electromagnetic field and assume that four-dimensional space-time manifold is the warped product of two surfaces with Lorentzian and Euclidean signature metrics. Einstein's ... More

Cosmological test on viscous bulk models using Hubble Parameter measurements and type Ia Supernovae dataMar 20 2019From a phenomenological point of view, we analyze the dynamics of the Universe at late times by introducing a polynomial and hyperbolic bulk viscosity into the Einstein field equations respectively. We constraint their free parameters using the observational ... More

The cosmological constant and the size of the Physical UniverseMar 18 2019May 23 2019The cosmological constant $\Lambda$ is a free parameter in Einstein's equations of gravity. We propose to fix its value with a boundary condition: test particles should be free when outside causal contact, e.g. at infinity. Under this condition, we show ... More

The cosmological constant and the size of the Physical UniverseMar 18 2019Apr 18 2019The cosmological constant $\Lambda$ is a free parameter in Einstein's equations of gravity. We propose to fix its value with a boundary condition: test particles should be free when outside causal contact, e.g. at infinity. Under this condition a constant ... More

Notes for Quantum Gravitational FieldMar 17 2019We discuss the problems of dynamics of the gravitational field and try to solve them according to quantum field theory by suggesting canonical states for the gravitational field and its conjugate field. To solve the problem of quantization of gravitational ... More

Gamma radioactivity of anomalous wellsMar 16 2019Gamma emission of nuclear energy scale ($\sim 3MeV$), caused by electron transitions in anomalous wells, is predicted to occur in acoustic experiments with solids. The anomalous well for electrons is formed by a local reduction of electromagnetic zero ... More

Backward non-unitary quantum evolutionMar 13 2019A non-linear backward equation with diffusive terms is postulated for the probability density that depends on the Bohmian quantum potential. An associated nonlinear Schr\"{o}dinger equation is also introduced and extension of the analysis to several particle ... More

Signaling versus distinguishing different superpositions of same pure quantum stateMar 12 2019We show that the possibility of distinguishing different decompositions of the same pure quantum state implies signaling.

Signaling versus distinguishing different superpositions of same pure quantum stateMar 12 2019Apr 26 2019Different ensembles of quantum states can have the same average nonpure state. Distinguishing between such constructions, via different mixing procedures of the same nonpure quantum state, is known to entail signaling. In parallel, different superpositions ... More

Further investigation of mass dimension one fermionic dualsMar 12 2019In this paper we proceed into the next step of formalization of a consistent dual theory for mass dimension one spinors. This task is developed approaching the two different and complementary aspects of such duals, clarifying its algebraic structure and ... More

Testing the $f(R)$-theory of gravityMar 12 2019A procedure of testing the $f(R)$-theory of gravity is discussed. The latter is an extension of the general theory of relativity (GR). In order this extended theory (in some variant) to be really confirmed as a more precise theory it must be tested. To ... More

An Entropic Force Schrödringer mechanism for Dark Matter generationMar 11 2019Theorists of entropic (emergent) gravity put forward that what has been regarded as unobserved dark matter might instead be the product of quantum effects that can be looked at as emergent energy (EE). Here we describe a novel Schr\"odringer mechanism ... More

Energy-momentum and Ricci tensors in a rotating spaceMar 10 2019Assuming that the Universe is an object of point rotation at a relic frequency, solutions of the Einstein equation are considered inside matter

Energy-momentum and Ricci tensors in a rotating spaceMar 10 2019Mar 19 2019Assuming that the Universe is an object of point rotation at a relic frequency, solutions of the Einstein equation are considered inside matter

Entropy functionals for nonholonomic geometric flows, quasiperiodic Ricci solitons, and emergent gravityMar 10 2019We investigate gravity models emerging from nonholonomic (subjected to non-integrable constraints) Ricci flows. Considering generalizations of G. Perelman's entropy functionals, relativistic geometric flow equations, nonholonomic Ricci soliton and equivalent ... More

Entropy functionals for nonholonomic geometric flows, quasiperiodic Ricci solitons, and emergent gravityMar 10 2019Apr 12 2019We investigate gravity models emerging from nonholonomic (subjected to non-integrable constraints) Ricci flows. Considering generalizations of G. Perelman's entropy functionals, relativistic geometric flow equations, nonholonomic Ricci soliton and equivalent ... More