Gauge symmetry and localized gravity in M-theory View Full Text


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DATE

2001-05-17

AUTHORS

Nemanja Kaloper, Leonard Susskind, Eva Silverstein

ABSTRACT

We discuss the possibility of having gravity ``localized'' in dimension d in a system where gauge bosons propagate in dimension d+1. In such a circumstance - depending on the rate of falloff of the field strengths in d dimensions - one might expect the gauge symmetry in d+1 dimensions to behave like a global symmetry in d dimensions, despite the presence of gravity. Naive extrapolation of warped long-wavelength solutions of general relativity coupled to scalars and gauge fields suggests that such an effect might be possible. However, in some basic realizations of such solutions in M theory, we find that this effect does not persist microscopically. It turns over either to screening or the Higgs mechanism at long distances in the d-dimensional description of the system. We briefly discuss the physics of charged objects in this type of system. More... »

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031

Journal

TITLE

Journal of High Energy Physics

ISSUE

05

VOLUME

2001

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1126-6708/2001/05/031

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