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A New Look At The Path Integral Of Quantum Mechanics
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Author:  Jim Watters [ Thu Dec 23, 2010 4:08 pm ]
Post subject:  A New Look At The Path Integral Of Quantum Mechanics

Nice in-depth alternative view of Feynman's Path Integrals which could change the way we look at gravity and The Standard Model of Particle Physics.

A New Look At The Path Integral Of Quantum Mechanics

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In mainstream quantum gravity research, nobody considers the path integral for the exchange of gravitons between all masses in the universe, and everyone pretends that gravitons are only exchanged between say an apple and the Earth, thus concluding that the graviton must have a spin of 2 so that like gravitational charges attract. In fact, as we have proved, quantum gravity is an emergent effect in the sense it arises that the exchange of gravitons with immense masses isotropically located around us in distant stars; the convergence of these exchanged gravitons flowing towards any mass, when an anistropy is produced by another mass, causes a net force towards that other mass.

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