Quantum relativity: An essay
We investigate the possibility to obtain gravity as a deformation of electromagnetism (EM), in the context of Quantum Information Dynamics (QID) and Deformation Theory. Planck's constant is “dual” to the speed of light , viewed as a deformation parameter, and the effect of “quantum gravity” could emerge from such a modification of the external symmetry group, away from a geometric construction (manifold). A toy model of gravity is proposed as a complex deformation of EM. Gravitational mass comes as a small imaginary perturbation of the EM effective charge, breaking the negative-positive symmetry, conform to the electron and proton models within the standard model. References to current experimental and theoretical investigations in this direction are included.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 15, 2017
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