## Re: Strong Gravity String Theory from /\zpf

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• PS note that hc/ zpf is a string tension with dimensions Energy/Length. Also G/c^4 is Length/Energy. Therefore hc/ zpfG/c^4 = hc/ zpf/(c4/G) is a pure number
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PS note that hc/\zpf is a "string tension" with dimensions
Energy/Length. Also G/c^4 is Length/Energy.

Therefore hc/\zpfG/c^4 = hc/\zpf/(c4/G) is a pure number and one
wonders if there is a quantization rule for string tension?

hc/\zpf/(c4/G) an integer?

On Tuesday, April 1, 2003, at 08:20 AM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

> More typos corrected below and also new comments on the Regge formula
> - the cornerstone of modern string theory of elementary particles.
> Note that L ~ 10^-2 cm ~ 1mm for /\zpf(electron core) ~ 1/(10^-2cm)^2
> is same scale as some estimates for a large compactification scale of
> an extra dimension of hyperspace.
>
> Key idea of strong gravity interpretation of Regge data is
>
> J ~ (G*/c)M^2
>
> From below
>
>> J ~ h/\zpf(GM/c^2)^2 = h/\zpf(G/c^2)^2M^2 = (&G/c)M^2
>
> i.e. &G = hc/\zpf(G/c^2)^2
>
> J in units of action
>
> G* = G + &G = G[1 + hc/\zpf(G/c^4)]
>
> Where |hc/\zpf(G/c^4)| >> 1 for hadron string-blackhole resonances.
>
> The ordinary vacuum has Newton's G, but the exotic vacuum has a
> locally varying G*.
>
> On Monday, March 31, 2003, at 04:07 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:
>
>> Thanks Peter finally something useful from you! ;-)
>> Please also while you are at it in a lucid state look up exact
>> references to
>> "The Jahn-Teller Effect and the Goldstone Theorem" by Jack Sarfatti &
>> Marshall Stoneham in Proceedings of the Physical Society of London
>> either in 1966 or 1967.
>>
>> Also 3 papers in Physics Letters A by me either 1966 or 1967 one is
>> on ODLRO in quantum crystals - an obvious precursor to my playing
>> with Kleinert's 4D world crystal lattice model of Einstein's gravity
>> + torsion fields. Another paper on Type II superconducting analogy to
>> self-trapped laser filaments that Ray Chiao said he found interesting
>> back then, and another on superflow in HeII.
>>
>> If you can get me good clean xerox copies I will pay you \$50 for your
>> time and mailing expenses.
>>
>> Then see if you can find "Collective Phenomena" ~ 1973 a journal
>> edited by Herbert Frohlich and Fred Cummings - 2 papers by me. One is
>> using a Shipovian kind of approach that failed (years before Shipov &
>> Mendel Sachs trying to derive QM from GR - one of Einstein's really
>> wrong ideas of course. The other is my model of hadron Regge
>> trajectories as rotating black holes in strong short range Salam G*
>> >> G gravity, which I now have reformulated in terms of /\zpf. It's
>> the universality of the slope that suggests "gravity" mind you.
>>
>> The Regge data J ~ M^2/T
>>
>> T = string tension is basic to all the M-theory speculations of Ed
>> Witten et al.
>>
>> Note my formula written dimensionlessly for the Regge data is
>>
>> J/h ~ /\zpf(GM/c^2)^2
>>
>> or
>>
>> J ~ h/\zpf(GE/c^4)^2= h/\zpf(G/c^4)^2E^2
>>
>> G/c^4 has dimensions Length/Energy = 1/(String Tension)
>>
>> If we define the Regge slope a' as
>>
>> J/h ~ a'E^2
>>
>> Then, in the most naive estimate:
>>
>> a' = /\zpf(G/c^4)^2 ~ 1/(1Gev)^2 experimentally for hadrons.
>>
>> G/c^4 = 10^-33cm/10^19Gev
>>
>> (G/c^4)^2 = 10^-66cm^2/10^38Gev^2
>>
>> a' = |/\zpf| 10^-66cm^2/10^38Gev^2 = 1/(1Gev)^2
>>
>> |/\zpf| = 10^104cm^-2 = 1/L^2
>>
>> L = 10^-52 cm = gravity radius of the proton of course.
>>
>> We want /\ zpf negative of course.
>>
>> /\zpf(hadronic matter) = 10^66 cm^2[1 - 10^-99 cm^3|Higgs
>> Amplitude|^2]
>>
>> ~ -10^-33|Higgs Amplitude|^2 ~ -10^104
>>
>> |Higgs Amplitude|^2 ~ 10^137 virtual electron-positron pairs per cc
>> in same bound pair state.
>>
>> Each Planck volume is 10^-99 cc, so that's 10^38 virtual boson pairs
>> per Planck volume in the vacuum BEC condensate.
>
> These numbers are naive and need to be recalculated using Susskind's
> formula
>
> Lp* = Lp^2/3L^1/3
>
> with Lp* ~ 1 fermi when L = Hubble radius.
>
> Then
>
>> /\zpf(hadronic matter) = 10^26 cm^2[1 - 10^-39 cm^3|Higgs
>> Amplitude|^2]
>
> and use now
>
> G* = G + &G = G[1 + hc/\zpf(G/c^4)]
>
> G*/c ~ 1/(1Gev/c)^2
>
> later after coffee etc.
>>
>> You can do a similar calculation for the stable IT hidden variable
>> electron.
>>
>> Remember c^2/\zpf is like G(mass density) in Poisson's gravity field
>> equation in Newton's theory.
>> Gm^2 ~ e^2 dimensionally. Therefore,
>>
>> c^2/\zpf = G^1/2 (electron charge density) is the condition for the
>> strongly universally attracting exotic vacuum dark matter to glue the
>> repulsive self-charge into the stable electron.
>>
>> Use classical electron radius also ~ 1 fermi! That's telling us
>> something maybe, though I am not sure what as yet.
>>
>> /\zpf(electron) ~ (G^1/2/c^2)(electron charge density)
>>
>> = (6.6)^1/2 10^-4/10^21)4.8 10^-10 10^39 ~ 10^4010^-35 ~ 10^4 cm^-2
>>
>> The L here is macroscopic ~ 10^-2 cm
>
>> On Monday, March 31, 2003, at 12:04 PM, saint7peter wrote:
>>
>>> I found Jack's 1963 article on phase/number operator conjugation.
>>> The
>>> exact reference is Il Nuovo Cimento, Vol. XXVII, N. 5, p. 1119.
>>>
>>> Also, in current Found.Phys. and Found.Phys.Lett. there are
>>> interesting articles on Local and Non-local Aspects of Quantum
>>> Gravity
>>> and "Breakthrough" Propulsion.
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>>>
>>
>
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