A mark of Quantum Gravity.

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  1. socratus

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    A mark of Quantum Gravity.
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    The theory of gravity must begin from quantum gravity,
    But we have not theory of quantum gravity and therefore
    it is possible to find many theories about this subject.
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    My opinion.
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    To create theory of gravity ( quantum gravity ) is needed
    a mass , an energy and a reference frame where the gravity
    can be created.
    The reference frame is a vacuum.
    The condition of mass is E=kT
    The condition of energy is E=h*f
    Then the process of beginning of gravitation can have scheme:
    h*v = kT logW.
    h*v > kT logW.
    h*v < kT .
    About which mass am I talking ?
    At first I am talking about very strange element helium II
    ( because its temperature very near to absolute zero ) and
    then about the second layer helium I.
    Later this system begins to revolve.
    And again the revolving helium is very different from all another liquid.
    As result of this revolving the hydrogen was created.
    The scheme:
    h*v -- - > He II - - > He I -- - > H ( +70%) -- - > He (ordinary +20% )
    --- - > the remainder is about 2%

    Explanation about behavior of helium were given by
    P. Kapitza , L. Landau and E.L. Andronikashvili .
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  2. SplitInfinity

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    Helium 2 from WIKI
    Link...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isotopes_of_helium#Helium-2_.28diproton.29

    Here is a bit from that link.
    Helium-2 or 2He, also known as a diproton, is an extremely unstable isotope of helium that consists of two protons without any neutrons. According to theoretical calculations it would have been much more stable (although still beta decaying to deuterium) had the strong force been 2% greater.[5] Its instability is due to spin-spin interactions in the nuclear force, and the Pauli exclusion principle, which forces the two protons to have anti-aligned spins and gives the diproton a negative binding energy.[6]
    There may have been observations of 2He. In 2000, physicists first observed a new type of radioactive decay in which a nucleus emits two protons at once - perhaps a 2He nucleus.[7][8] The team led by Alfredo Galindo-Uribarri of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory announced that the discovery will help scientists understand the strong nuclear force and provide fresh insights into the creation of elements inside stars. Galindo-Uribarri and co-workers chose an isotope of neon with an energy structure that prevents it from emitting protons one at a time. This means that the two protons are ejected simultaneously. The team fired a beam of fluorine ions at a proton-rich target to produce 18Ne, which then decays into oxygen and two protons. Any protons ejected from the target itself were identified by their characteristic energies. There are two ways in which the two-proton emission may proceed. The neon nucleus might eject a 'diproton'—a pair of protons bound together as a 2He nucleus—which then decays into separate protons. Alternatively, the protons may be emitted separately but at the same time—so-called 'democratic decay'. The experiment was not sensitive enough to establish which of these two processes was taking place.

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  4. socratus

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    One more important point:
    Helium II is different from all another liquids.
    Helium II rotates as a solid body ( hard elastic tourniquets) !
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  6. socratus

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    Thanks
    ==..
    / Verlinde’s idea /
    He suggested that gravity is merely a manifestation of entropy in the Universe,
    which always increases according to the second law of thermodynamics.
    #
    Kobakhidze said:
    “Experiments on gravitational bound states of neutrons
    unambiguously disprove the entropic origin of gravitation,”

    http://www.technologyreview.com/view/425220/experiments-show-gravity-is-not-an-emergent-phenomenon/
    ===...
    They both use word 'entropy'.
    But what is entropy ( the reason of entropy ) nobody knows.
    1.
    Henry Poincare named the conception of "entropy "
    as a " surprising abstract ".
    2.
    Lev Landau (Dau) wrote:
    " A question about the physical basis of the
    entropy monotonous increasing law remains open ".
    3
    W. Ostwald said :" The entropy is only a shadow of energy '
    4
    The famous mathematician John von Neumann said to
    "the father of information theory" Claude Shannon:
    " Name it "entropy" then in discussions
    you will receive solid advantage, because
    nobody knows, what "entropy" basically is ".
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    Make conclusion by yourself.
     
  7. socratus

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    Einstein's GRT is math-geometrical theory.
    It doesn't explain which particles create gravity.
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    Gravity in the 11 dimensions ( or maybe 27-D space )
    perhaps is interesting math theory but it doesn't
    describe which particles create gravity.
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    CERN creates cold kingdom in hope to find Higgs boson
    which ' is responsible for all the mass in the universe '.
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    I say that the vacuum ( space between billions and billions galaxies)
    is cold kingdom T=0K. And then thinking logically the first element
    which can be created from vacuum must be helium II and helium I
    But in Alice's Wonderland a simple logical thought is sounded strange.
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  8. socratus

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    The process of quantum gravity can go only when the mass
    of helium II is gathered in Avogadro's number of particles
    ( in a local place )
    And when Helium II rotates it must create
    Loschmidt's number of particles in a given volume.
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    The process of gathering Loschmidt's number of particles in
    a given volume cannot be often action. On the contrary,
    the gravity process is rare in the Universe Therefore we can
    read that: '' All the matter that we can see, however, appears
    to be no more than about 4% of the total masses and more
    than 90% in the Universe is an unseen - dark matter ''.

    It is primary conditions of quantum gravity in my opinion.
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