Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Determining the Length Scale at Which the Force of Gravity is Strong Between Any Two Electrons

Authors: Balungi Francis

In this study we show that the gravitational force between any two electrons becomes strong when the distance between them is the Planck length and that this happens when the applied electric field used to accelerate one electron towards the other up to the Planck length where gravity becomes strong has a value of approximately 5.5269 ×10^60��/��. We also deduce the limiting lengths and electric field at which the electromagnetic and Casimir force becomes strong. This study has implications for physics beyond the standard model.

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[v1] 2019-11-12 01:18:49

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