Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

Global and Local Gauge Symmetries: Part IV

Authors: John A. Gowan

Local gauge symmetry currents" are forces that maintain the local invariance of universal constants and other conserved parameters (such as charge, causality, and the "Interval") despite the hostile environment of a variable gravitational (or inertial) metric, relative rather than absolute motion, entropy, partial charges, etc. These compensatory forces are due to the activity of the field vectors of the four forces, which not only act (in the long term) to return these asymmetric material systems to their original symmetric state (light), but also act (in the short term) to protect and maintain the invariant values of their charges (= symmetry debts) while awaiting a final repayment via antimatter annihilation, proton decay, the "quantum radiance" of blackholes, or a universal "Big Crunch.

Comments: 11 pages. This paper has also been published as a Google "Knol".

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[v1] 3 Dec 2009
[v2] 5 Dec 2009
[v3] 5 Nov 2010
[v4] 14 Apr 2011

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