Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Quantum Electric Gravity

Authors: Rad H. Dabbaj

This paper proposes a new theory of gravity called quantum electric gravity (QEG) based entirely on electromagnetic and quantum electrodynamics principles. Neutral atoms contain equal amount of positive and negative charge that enable them to interact by both attractive and repulsive forces. The absolute magnitudes of these forces should be exactly and symmetrically identical. However, from a quantum mechanical perspective the picture is subtly different. In quantum electrodynamics the response of intermolecular bonds to external bipolar (attractive and repulsive) force fields is not exactly and symmetrically identical. In particular, the van der Waals interactions exhibit a well known asymmetrical characteristic that tends to enhance attractive over repulsive energies and forces on a microscopic level. This leads the symmetry between the forces to breakdown and leaves a clear non-zero net force synonymous with and indistinguishable from the force of gravity. Quantum electric gravity is in line with Newton’s, can substantially account for many of the phenomena attributed to general relativity and successfully reconciles these theories with that of quantum mechanics. Remarkably, quantum electric gravity theoretically derives the underlying formula for the gravitational “constant” G and predicts its nonlinear behaviour at high field intensities.

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[v1] 2012-05-14 07:15:42
[v2] 2012-07-16 05:48:28 (removed)
[v3] 2012-07-16 10:21:09

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