Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Emerging Gravity Violates Energy Conservation

Authors: Werner Scheck

The justification of the idea of an emerging gravity by a comparison with conventional thermodynamics results from a small inaccuracy of the used equations. Two differing contexts of description coexist unnoticed and lead to a violation of energy conservation. Independent of the chosen description it is shown that no emerging gravity exists, if energy conservation is taken into account. This result is confirmed for one of the possible descriptions by an analytical solution of the problem within General Relativity.

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[v1] 8 Aug 2011

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