9
votes
3answers
420 views

“Weakness” of gravitational force

I often hear that gravitational force is much "weaker" than electroweak and strong forces. But how can you compare the strength of interactions without the parameters like mass, charge on which it ...
1
vote
0answers
40 views

Fluidic gravity, TOE, what's your oppinion on this research? [closed]

It's interesting because we don't normally consider the "vaccuum of space" as a fluid, but it's becoming more apparent that it's an ocean of subatomic stuff. Here's a link to a book: Unified Fluid ...
0
votes
1answer
52 views

Could there be massive gravitons and in our spacetime? [closed]

My question is: Could there in principle be sub-groups of gravitons (if they existed) that has mass (and in our spacetime dimensions) such as those affected by electric or by strong force or other ...
0
votes
1answer
173 views

Can gravity be reversed?

I'm wondering if any set of hypothetical conditions could result in us gravitating in a different direction. Specifically a reversal of gravity on the surface of Earth (or at least part of it), so ...
2
votes
0answers
55 views

What is the 1/2 spin analog of the graviton called?

In some supergravities you have the gravition, gravitino, graviphoton and graviscalar. Each is analogous to each other in only sharing gravitational properties and nothing else. They differ by spin ...
0
votes
1answer
69 views

Gravitational interactions by energy?

The mass-energy equivalence, first established by Einstein is an important and highly discussed phenomenon in physics. Without claiming much knowledge about high-end discussions on this topic, I would ...
-3
votes
1answer
214 views

Gravity is an intrinsic property of every atoms? [closed]

If gravity is the force of attraction between masses, does this force is an intrinsic property of every atoms? Is there any possibility of some other particles within atom which is yet to be ...
0
votes
1answer
142 views

can be exist the negative mass? [duplicate]

I'm not sure about this but I guess there must be negative masses in the universe because of the symmetry. If the gravity is one of the main forces in nature it must has negatives mass to be able to ...
3
votes
2answers
571 views

Graviton and photons interaction

If one believes in the theory of gravitons then by viewing a black hole you see gravitons affect photons. This in turn leads to the conclusion that force carrier's mass equivalences allow them to be ...
1
vote
1answer
421 views

What gives matter Gravitational Mass? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does the equivalence between inertial and gravitational mass imply anything about the Higgs mechanism? In Higgs mechanism, Higgs field, which likes syrup, slows down ...
-6
votes
2answers
259 views

Why did Standard Model never sense a requirement to include gravitational quantum? [closed]

Standard Model is advanced (lorentz invariant) version of Quantum physics. It tried to include everything which came in the way while understanding quantum world. It even didn't bother to include ...
0
votes
0answers
34 views

Two particles interacting by a inverse-square-law force, find their positions in function of time [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Two particles are interacting through gravitational forces. How to find their positions in function of time? Given the initial positions and velocities $r_1(0), r_2(0), ...
3
votes
3answers
2k views

How does gravity force get transmitted?

How does gravity force get transmitted? It is not transmitted by particles I guess. Because if it was, then its propagation speed would be limited by the speed of light. If it is not transmitted by ...
3
votes
1answer
139 views

Neutrino Oscillation and their gravitational implications

As I understand neutrinos, there are three different flavors, all with different masses. Although the masses of these neutrinos have not been directly measured, their mass differences have been. ...
2
votes
0answers
128 views

What results from particle collision would ensure the existence of the graviton?

I understand that particles are smashed together to try to enable us to detect some sort of graviton presence but we can't actually detect a graviton due to the fact that it 'exists' in some extra ...
0
votes
1answer
299 views

What really is the future about the Standard Model

The fact that the bosons of the weak force have mass is something that I think technically poses many problems. To avoid this and other problems with the masses of the particles devised a mechanism ...
1
vote
1answer
231 views

If we know the universe is made up of a relativistic ether, why wouldn't gravity just be a pressure gradient of the ether?

According to one of the answers to a previous question ( Can photons be holes in an ether? ), we know a relativistic ether exists. If we are drifting in such a superfluid, why wouldn't gravity simply ...
-1
votes
1answer
525 views

Can photons and gluons be holes in an aether?

Consider photons and gluons have 0 mass and 0 charge. In many respects they're already understood as the absence of a particle by mathematical models. Couldn't this be interpreted to mean they ...