Quantum Gravity and String Theory


4x and 3x Interference for Stringy Bose Einstein Black Hole Production.

Authors: Leo Vuyk

Quantum FFF ( Function Follows Form) theory is a Rigid String Theory postulating, that the vacuum is filled with a local variable Planck scaled lattice of oscillating closed torus strings called Axion-Higgs (AH) particles, analog to Dark Energy and the origin of Casimir effects. These AH strings are able to transform over 4x internal hinges due to real particle collision into different singular open Strings, such as the Electron and Positron or all Photons and Gluons. Photons and Gluons, Electrons and Positrons can wrap around each other, to form a series of compound Quarks or Bosons, well know as the “Standard Model” (SM) with new physics extensions like monopole photons. Model research on string form possibilities, show that only the single so called general photon and two monopole magnetic photons ( N and S) are able to form very rigid closed complex rigid string knots. Three copy magnetic monopole particles ( North or South) are able to form two different ring shaped string knots, which are both called the Higgs particles possessing 124,5 and 126 GeV. Four general photon copy strings however, are able to form a ring shaped knot which is also called Higgs which is assumed to possess more mass. Indications of a third high mass Higgs particle are already showed up in the LHC at Geneva at about 375 GeV. As a consequence of these ring shaped Higgs particles, I suggest, that the ring shape is a suitable form to connect with other ring shaped Higgses and form more complex compound black hole nuclei. Such combined Higgs nuclei could be able to grow by laser- of magnetic interference into a more massive particle which can become stable and resistant for the vacuum oscillations after it has reached a certain minimum volume. The result is called a Bose Einstein stringy black hole, which can be compared with a Ball Lightning nucleus.

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