Does gravity as a emergent phenomenon work well at the quantum scale?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 18, 2020 05:37 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 18, 2020 05:37 AM

Because my answer does not conform to mainstream science belief and to attempt to avoid the large amount of garbage usually placed below my answer, I must inform that the information provides is abstracted from my book titled “Fundamental Nature of Matter and Associated Mysteries”.

According to my work on this subject, Gravity fulfills a maintenance function with regards the ongoing mass of particles assisting to form bulk matter. The elusive graviton of Quantum Mechanics has a counter part in the form of a unit of virtual matter I refer to as Primary Magnetic Energy. PME. Therefore and generally in all local volumes of the universe, units of PME would according to the magnitude of local parameters, form quantified packets of amassed motion/energy.

The generally referred to gravitation effect, is the phenomenon responsible for compelling matter to undergo attraction.

It is my hope that the above is of assistance to you. If you have a further interest the book is available at small cost from Glasstree Publications.

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