Can special/general relativity be derived from the standard model? For example the time dilatation in strong gravitation? My feeling is yes, but I am not quite sure.
Is this equation in the image true? Can you give some topics that I can cover the equation.
This paper was published in Phys Lett B in 2009, and predicted the Higgs mass to be 126 GeV based on the asymptotic safety of gravity. Is this prediction taken seriously by the theory community, or is ...
Motivated by the (for me very useful) remark ''Standard model generations in string theory are the Euler number of the Calabi Yau, and it is actually reasonably doable to get 4,6,8, or 3 ...
And expansion of space is equal to expansion of vacuum?
Sorry if this question is naive. It is just a curiosity that I have. Are there theoretical or experimental reasons why gravity should not be an emergent property of nature? Assume a standard model ...