Quantum Gravity and String Theory


The Law of Everything (aka Lagrangian) in Eight Equations?

Authors: Paul J. Werbos

Previous work has argued that many of the puzzling effects in quantum theory can be explained in principle as the emergent statistical outcome of "chaotic enough" nonlinear PDE, if no additional assumptions such as classical time-forwards statistics or renormalizations are grafted on to what can be deduced from the PDE. But what kinds of PDE could be suitable? This paper provides one (unified) candidate, based on a classical linkage of general relativity with a form of electroweak theory with modified Higgs field, hopefully yielding modified "quarks" as well as electrons as solitons. Ansatz included.

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[v1] 2012-11-14 14:57:08

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