Authors: B N Sreenath
Quantum-Gravity (QG) is limited to bodies, which have attained their 'gravitational radius' like Black holes (BH) and Quasars. QG has been explained and solved on entirely new concepts and laws so as to bring within its scope not only unification of all physical interactions including gravitation in its 'distorted' form and electro-magnetism but also other cosmological problems which involve high energy existence like the BH dynamics, dark-energy, etc. This becomes obvious once we go through the BH Chart and the Interaction-Table (IT). In BH Chart and the IT, gravitational radius and the interaction-range are identified thus unifying the phenomena occurring in BH with those of the micro-world. The two laws of QG enunciated give rise to two fundamental constants in physics whose values are reciprocal to the values of 'C'and 'G'. The Quantum-Gravity field is identified with the "Exponentially Varying Accelerated (or Gravity) Field" so that in it both test masses of classical size and micro-particles of quantum size, describe the same 'Logarithmic Spiral Path'. Micro-particles can also describe 'Conical Spiral Path'. Thus QG field is an 'inward spinning field' which involves 'Torsion' and 'Curvature' varying. 'Spinors', which are used to describe the "Logarithmic Spiral Path" in BH, give rise to "Immirzi Parameter". From the concept of 'unitary change in acceleration', atomic transitions are explained and 'Heisenberg's Principle of Indeterminacy' is derived.
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