Archive for June, 2022

Describing the structure of elementary particles by ECE geometry

Tuesday, June 14th, 2022

In recent papers 449 and 450, a centrally symmetric spacetime was investigated in the view of Cartan geometry. The result is that this structure generates force fields, which partially have a divergence and curl. The divergence can be consideres as a “topoligical” source of matter. I am extending this model to a rotating spherical spacetime in Paper 451. Rotation is everywhere, because there are no fixed points in the universe. The rotation generates 6 fields, 3 electric and 3 magnetic, in total. These are at the same time matter fields, because ECE theory is a unified field theory. The result can be compared with the 6 “quarks” of elementary particle theory (3 “up” and 3 “down” quarks), by which ordinary matter (consisting of protons and neutrons) is made. The other 12 quark types appear only under extreme conditions as in paricle accelerators or in the higher atmosphere. The ECE model could provide a structural model for matter that is based completely on geometry. No quantum theory was used for these considerations so far.

Paper 450: spherically symmetric spacetime, part II

Wednesday, June 8th, 2022

I have finished the preliminary version of paper 450, a continuation of paper 449 on topological fields, which are induced by the symmetry of a spherically symmetric spacetime. Topological (or virtual) charge and current densities are inferred. In particular, magnetic monopoles arise from the central symmetry structure. This seems to be the first time that such monopoles have been predicted by ECE theory.

Paper on embedding of m theory into Cartan geometry

Thursday, June 2nd, 2022

I attached the preliminary paper 449, which describes the embedding of m theory into Cartan geometry, using the example of a centrally symmetric spacetime. Astonishingly, a rotational B field structure appears that has no counterpart in the tetrad, in which no rotational elements are contained.