Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Global and Local Gauge Symmetries: Part V

Authors: John A. Gowan

We observe that the "local gauge symmetry currents" (the field vectors of the forces, or components thereof), are in the case of both the spacetime metric (time) and the electromagnetic force (magnetism), derived from an implicit expression embedded in the original global symmetry state. Magnetism, for example, occurs in its primordial state as the magnetic half of an electromagnetic wave, or light. Likewise, time occurs in an implicit and suppressed state ("frequency") in the global metric of space, again as gauged by the global energy and metric constant c (frequency x wavelength = c). This naturally leads us to suspect the same relationship should hold for the two particle forces (strong and weak forces) - we should find the precursors of their local, material gauge currents in the primordial and symmetric global metric of light and space.

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[v1] 5 Nov 2010
[v2] 18 April 2010
[v3] 3 May 2010

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