Quantum Gravity and String Theory


A Model of Space-time as a Multi-dimensional State of Matter

Authors: Gary Heen

The model of this paper presupposes that space-time is not a mathematical abstraction, but that space-time is an expanded state of matter. The fundamental quantum of matter is designated the S-brane, (for String/D-brane complex). The S-brane quanta of particle matter and space-time differ from one another only in the volumetric state of the S-brane. The Type I strings and D-branes that comprise the sub-structures of the S-brane are mathematically interpreted as 10-dimensional, 11-dimensional, or 26-dimensional. The relationship of the S-brane quanta to Planck’s natural constants is shown, and a mathematical argument is presented demonstrating the conversion of space-time into particle matter.

Comments: 24 Pages. Title change

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[v1] 2012-10-30 15:06:09 (removed)
[v2] 2012-10-31 10:40:01

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