“Quantum Gravity” Science-Research, Aprir 2022 — summary from Astrophysics Data System
Astrophysics Data System — summary generated by Brevi Assistant
The Baxter permuton is a random possibility measure on the unit square which defines the scaling limit of consistent Baxter permutations. We also verify that all pattern thickness of the Baxter permuton is purely positive, distinguishing it from other permutons developing as scaling limits of pattern-avoiding permutations. We examine the quasinormal regularities of 3 efficient geometries of nonrotating routine black holes stemmed from loophole quantum gravity. These inconsistencies are small, also for tiny black holes, and they degeneration adhering to an inverted power legislation of the dimension of the mass of the black holes. Infrared aberrations arise in scattering concept with massless areas and are indications of the memory effect. This method can not treat memory as a quantum evident and is highly poor if one sights the S-matrix as essential in QFT and quantum gravity, since the S-matrix is undefined. We research the quantum gravitational collapse of spherically symmetrical pressureless dirt. These outcomes provide a substantially varied view of black hole formation and succeeding advancement than discovered from semiclassical evaluations. We think about the Hamiltonian renormalisation group circulation of discretised one-dimensional physical theories. We anticipate these outcomes to have application in defining an RG circulation in loop quantum gravity. This paper introduces a new quantum gravity field formula that originated from an accident in space‑time. The roughly 13. 9 × 109 years of Hubble time do not seem to be at all related to the age of the universe yet to the aggregated crash time of the particles making up the mass in the visible world.
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- https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022arXiv220312176B/abstract — Baxter permuton and Liouville quantum gravity.
- https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022PhRvD.105f4053D/abstract — Breaking of isospectrality of quasinormal modes in nonrotating loop quantum gravity black holes.
- https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022arXiv220314334P/abstract — Infrared Finite Scattering Theory in Quantum Field Theory and Quantum Gravity.
- https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022PhRvL.128l1301H/abstract — Quantum Gravity of Dust Collapse: Shock Waves from Black Holes.
- https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022CQGra.39g5010B/abstract — Towards exploring features of Hamiltonian renormalisation relevant for quantum gravity.
- https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022PhyEs.35.61H/abstract — Unified quantum gravity field equation describing the universe from the smallest to the cosmological scales.
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