Representing the Massive Graviton in the Metric Tensor G(u,v)

Authors: A.W. Beckwith

Represents g(u,v)=h(u,v)+n(u,v) which has h(u,v) entries in it due to gravitons with a slight non zero rest mass. The entries of h(u,v) have dramatic differences in terms of peak absolute magnitude, and the non vanishing of the heavy h(1,0) graviton induced term representing (1+1) geometry contravenes predictions of no relic gravitational waves and makes predictions if the prior universe was a single event a la Steinhardt or a multiverse in the form suggested by Tegmark.

Comments: 3 Pages. Exact copy of the Rencontres Du Vietnam poster entry in 2011 by the author, and chosen to signify the main point of the Authors accepted contribution of the Republic of San Marino meeting in matter and Anti Matter, Sept 5 to Sept 9, 2011.

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