Quantum Gravity Grand Unification New Physics

Lecture Notes to DPG Spring Conferences

Quantum Gravity and Its GUT Extension Explaining Neutrino Parities,
the Particle Spectrum and the detailed Slopes of Resonances |
C. Birkholz |

presented at the joint DPG Spring Conf. on Gravitation, the Mathematics of Physics, and the Philosophy of Physics, Berlin/Germany, MP 5.1 (2015) [1],

Covering text (filed under www.q-grav.com) to a powerpoint presentation

Covering text (filed under www.q-grav.com) to a powerpoint presentation

Abstract:

Parity is a function of generators of a U(2,2), the covering group of
fully quantized General Relativity in bent space-time.

A review of the hydrogen atom demonstrates how a non-valence part is generated by orbital excitations carrying parity. Asymptotically, for great accelerations, the non-valence term will converge to a 50:50 mixture of both parities - thus explaining the "maximal parity violation" by neutrinos.

The "standard" model denies the existence of a non-valence part. Hence, it defines parity exclusively by valence parts. As, by irreducibility, both parts are inseparable, the SM is inconsistent.

Its ban on hadrons to consist of more than 3 quarks is giving rise to additional inconsistencies preventing us from understanding the existence of 1) nuclei, 2) hadronic flavours.

In the GUT, there are exactly 64 stable states. They are expected to explain the entire particle spectrum of all resonances and nuclei by Clebsch-Gordon technique.

For more information on QG and GUT see www.q-grav.com.

A review of the hydrogen atom demonstrates how a non-valence part is generated by orbital excitations carrying parity. Asymptotically, for great accelerations, the non-valence term will converge to a 50:50 mixture of both parities - thus explaining the "maximal parity violation" by neutrinos.

The "standard" model denies the existence of a non-valence part. Hence, it defines parity exclusively by valence parts. As, by irreducibility, both parts are inseparable, the SM is inconsistent.

Its ban on hadrons to consist of more than 3 quarks is giving rise to additional inconsistencies preventing us from understanding the existence of 1) nuclei, 2) hadronic flavours.

In the GUT, there are exactly 64 stable states. They are expected to explain the entire particle spectrum of all resonances and nuclei by Clebsch-Gordon technique.

For more information on QG and GUT see www.q-grav.com.