Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

The Physical Consequences of Using of the Energy-Momentum Transport Wave Function in the Gravitational and Electrostatic Interactions

Authors: Mirosław J. Kubiak

Contemporary physics does not explain, how the energy and momentum are transported with the particle (body) by means of the elementary quanta of action, when the velocity of the particle has the speed of light or decrease from the relativistic case to the nonrelativistic. We applied simple model of the energy-momentum transport wave function for the elementary quanta of action connected with the gravitational and electrostatic interaction [1] and we have found one equation, which describes unification of the gravitation and electrostatic interactions.

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[v1] 27 Oct 2011

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