Quantum Yang-Mills gravity in flat space-time and effective curved space-time for motions of classical objects View Full Text


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2011-02

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Jong-Ping Hsu

ABSTRACT

.Yang-Mills gravity with translational gauge group T(4) in flat space-time implies a simple self-coupling of gravitons and a truly conserved energy-momentum tensor. Its consistency with experiments crucially depends on an interesting property that an “effective Riemannian metric tensor” emerges in and only in the geometric-optics limit of the photon and particle wave equations. We obtain Feynman rules for a coupled graviton-fermion system, including a general graviton propagator with two gauge parameters and the interaction of ghost particles. The equation of motion of macroscopic objects, as an N -body system, is demonstrated as the geometric-optics limit of the fermion wave equation. We discuss a relativistic Hamilton-Jacobi equation with an “effective Riemann metric tensor” for the classical particles. More... »

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