High Energy Particle Physics

   

《Universal and Unified Field Theory》 3. General Symmetric Fields of Gravitation, Electromagnetism and Thermodynamics

Authors: Wei Xu

Abstract: As a major part of the unification theory, the quantum fields give rise to a symmetric environment and bring together all field entanglements of the flux conservation and continuity. Remarkably, it reveals the natural secrets of: 

  1. Flux Continuity and Commutation - Entangle continuity and commutation of symmetric and asymmetric flexions. 
  2. Entangle Invariance - Represent the eight principle characteristics as the law of conservation of entanglements.
  3. General Symmetric Fields - Connect a set of generic fluxions unifying electromagnetism, gravitation, and thermodynamics. 
  4. Graviton Gravitational Fields - Compose a duality of torque transportations and declare the law of conservation of graviton. 
  5. Thermodynamics and Black Body - Integrate horizon factors of thermodynamics with the area entropies of Black Hole radiations for photon and graviton emissions. 

Conclusively, this manuscript presents the unification and compliance with the principal theories of classical and contemporary physics.

Comments: Pages. This article is replaced by http://vixra.org/abs/1810.0016

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[v1] 2017-09-25 22:46:58
[v2] 2017-10-08 14:04:48 (removed)
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[v5] 2017-12-25 16:43:26
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[v7] 2018-05-17 21:55:26

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