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Title: Gravity of accelerations on quantum scales and its consequences
Authors: Sivaram, C
Arun, K
Kiren, O. V
Sreenath, B. N
Keywords: Strong gravity;Effective gravitational constant;Spiral trajectories;Acceleration at microscales
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Hadronic Press, Inc.
Citation: Hadronic Journal, Vol. 38, No. 3, 283
Abstract: Gravity stands apart from other fundamental interactions in that it is locally equivalent to an accelerated frame and can be transformed away. Again it is indistinguishable from the geometry of space-time (which is an arena for all other basic interactions), its strength being linked with the curvature. This is a major reason why it has so far not been amenable to quantisation like other interactions. It is also evident that new ideas are required to resolve several conundrums in areas like cosmology, black hole physics, and particles at high energies. That gravity can have strong coupling at microscales has also been suggested in several contexts earlier. Here we develop some of these ideas, especially in connection with the high accelerations experienced by particles at microscales, which would be interpreted as strong local gravitational fields. The consequences are developed for various situations and possible experimental manifestations are discussed.
Description: Restricted Access .
ISSN: 0162-5519
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