Quantum Gravity and String Theory


On Quantum Gravity and the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

Authors: Friedwardt Winterberg

It is shown that classical general relativity can be obtained as the limit of fully quantum mechanical vacuum made up of a dense assembly of positive and negative Planck mass particles in equal numbers, each of them occupying a Planck length volume. The positive and negative Planck masses can be viewed as mini black and white holes. Using Heisenberg’s dictionary to translate classical mechanical quantities into corresponding quantum quantities, the solution of the Boltzmann equation for this positive negative Planck mass assembly leads to the quantum mechanics of the positive and negative Planck mass particles. There then, the positive and negative Planck masses can be described by two superfluids, each one with a phonon-roton spectrum. General relativity emerges at large scales in regions with a difference between positive and negative masses, with a rippling of space-time near the Planck length. Following ‘tHooft’s conjecture that the solution of quantum gravity is connected to a deterministic interpretation of quantum mechanics, it is proposed that the universe is separated through an event horizon to a parallel universe, by 1099cm-3 Planck length Einstein-Rosen bridges kept open by the negative Planck masses, with time and space interchanged. The observable universe carries the particle nature of matter, while the hidden parallel universe its wave nature.

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