Dark Matter Gravitational Axions in Quantum Cosmology

by Tommy on 5/01/2017

Ok, so I had to whack pages of essay and brain storming after I recovered from the holidays.

Gravitational Axions in Quantum Gravity and Cosmology


So I looked it up and it turns out some other guy already invented it, a loop gravity guy.

But what about the Little Bounce Model. I still get that one, right?

A hypothesis was proposed for cosmic QCD axions as gravitational bosons within quantum gravity; physical gravitational analogues of Goldstone bosons coupled to artificial Higgs mode excitations as known in condensed matter physics systems; essentially low mass, low frequency and low temperature bosons of either a single species, a distribution of particle mass, or spectrum of particle mass coupling. The masses of the hypothetical dark matter particles are expected to be in the microwave region and therefore it’s possible the boson itself could be a mass mediator akin to a gravitational gauge boson.

Extending these concepts to spacetime and gravitation, and thus cosmic axions and the quantization of gravitational forces and fields, quantum gravity, involves introducing the concepts of geometry and topology from condensed matter physics analogue systems for reference, into quantum cosmology.

The purpose of this essay is to delve deeper into these new speculative quantum cosmologies based upon these concepts. Specifically I will discuss the novel concepts of axion fa field dependencies, and microwave axions as electromagnetic mass mediators within infrared and optical state transitions.

That’s puttin it out there, right? I don’t want to go full on crackpot.

It will be a while before this goes live.


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