Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

On Neutral Particle Gravity with Nonassociative Braids

Authors: M. D. Sheppeard

Some years ago, Bilson-Thompson [1] characterised the fundamental leptons and quarks using simple three strand ribbon diagrams. These diagrams are interpreted in an abstract categorical language, which underlies an information theoretic quantum gravity. More recently, Graham Dungworth [2] has discussed the astrophysical consequences of this non local quantum gravity, under a symmetry restoring extension of the braid set that doubles the matter sector to include mirror matter. The resulting low energy particle set is reinterpreted in the categorical framework for localization, which considers neutral particle oscillations to be responsible for gravity. A few quantitative observational consequences, such as CPT violation in the neutrino sector, are discussed.

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[v1] 16 Oct 2010
[v2] 25 Oct 2010
[v3] 11 Jan 2011
[v4] 2012-01-20 17:21:53

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