Quantum Gravity Chromo Dynamics
(QGCD)
H. Javadi^{a} and F.
Forouzbakhsh^{b}
a) Invited
professor of the Faculty of Science at Azad Islamic University,
Tehran campuses
Tehran, Iran
Javadi_hossein@hotmail.com
b) Academic
Researcher, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and
Technology,
University of Tehran. Tehran,
Iran
fforouz@ut.ac.ir
Published: April,
4, 2014
Abstract:
In general relativity, gravity
is a consequence of curves in space and time that works
perfectly for describing gravity on the macroscopic scale. But
when general relativity equations for calculating the outcomes
of gravitational interactions are applied to the smallest
possible ripples in the spacetime fabric the bundles of energy
known as gravitons the calculations go with infinities.
Physicists have searched for a theory of quantum gravity for 80
years. Though gravitons are individually too weak to detect,
most physicists believe the particles roam the quantum realm in
drove, and that their behavior somehow collectively gives rise
to the macroscopic force of gravity, just as light is a
macroscopic effect of particles called photons. But every
proposed theory of how gravity particles might behave faces the
same problem: upon close inspection, it doesn’t make
mathematical sense [1]. Most theories containing gravitons
suffer from severe problems. Attempts to extend the Standard
Model or other quantum field theories by adding gravitons run
into serious theoretical difficulties at high energies because
of infinities arising due to quantum effects. Since classical
general relativity and quantum mechanics seem to be incompatible
at such energies, from a theoretical point of view this
situation is not tenable. One possible solution is to replace
particles by strings. String theories are quantum theories of
gravity in the sense that they reduce to classical general
relativity plus field theory at low energies, but are fully
quantum mechanical, contain a graviton, and are believed to be
mathematically consistent.
So, to date there is no way to
explain the process that describes how particles as photon
absorb gravitons. We have studied years long the relationship
between gravity and photon in the blue shift phenomena.
According to the results of this research we can claim
definitely say that there are a few fundamental problems in
theoretical physics that causes all these efforts reach to fail.
These problems barricade we monitor physical phenomena with the
law of nature and not by our laws. We can separate our theories
and laws for explaining macroscopic and microscopic phenomena,
but nature does not. At the beginning of the 20th century,
Newton’s second law was corrected considering the limit speed c
and the relativistic mass. If we ignore the zero rest mass and
modify the relativistic Newton’s second law, then much better
and more real physical phenomena would be explainable. The speed
of the created particles is a function of the internal
interaction and the mechanism of creation of subatomic
particles, and the external forces that are exerted on them.
Quantum gravity using the gauge interaction of a spin2 field
for graviton fails to work the way that the photon and other
gauge bosons do. Maxwell's equations always admit a spin1,
linear wave, but Einstein's equations rarely admit a spin2,
linear wave, and when they do it is not exact. However, in the
present article the photon is made of gravitons. To resolve this
problem, according to gravitational blueshift we need explain
this process is using color charged and magnetic color concept
that derived from quantum chromodynamics and photon properties
for gravitons .
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