Rajan Iyer

Keywords: Quantifying gravity, fiber transforms’ bundle strings, strong and weak gravity, gage velocity, equivalence principle, equidensity matrix, force, stress tensor, string-gravity-fields, discontinuum physics, computing simulations, observable measurement parameters.

Abstract: We currently will concentrate on quantifying gravity in terms of fiber transforms bundle strings. Strong gravity will all be like rope braided closed bundle strings system acting like rope pulling large weight as one unit, hence having the stress tensor to pull object towards the center of gravity. Weak gravity maybe like stranded open fiber transforms strings system observed as a horizontal force on tangential plane of a stratified geodesic like earth having spherical concentric equidensity-matrix that is stratified towards the center of the mass like a sphere approximately. Spatial geometrically it will have increasing pressure (hence density matrix) towards gravity center. Strong gravity is like acceleration due to gravity, whereas weak gravity is like normal acceleration. Gage_velocity links weak gravity to strong gravity through equivalence principle. Interpretations with physics discussing explaining Propositions of strong and the weak gravity aspects have been expounded here. String Theory analogy to open string geometry like a metric rank2 tensor gage field to quantify weak gravity, while closed string (loop) geometry like topological field to quantify strong field has been advanced. Fermions, Bosons, and Phonons have been hypothesized to fit into open and closed string regime as well as fibrational combinatorial of topological, and metric fields. Geometry of space in relation to possible dimensions of various entities making up the universe are listed to introduce dimensional range, entities, and their expected properties. Generalizing Feynman-like diagram enabling graphing wave particle by incorporating wavefunction, and the gage field function with phase angle to gage field calibration, and the wavefunction evaluations are detailed as well. The effect of gravity measurable as weight of an object is extended by the author to quantify discontinuum physics (DCP) parameter of proposed discontinuum energy field (DEF) by having algorithm of modeling observable measurable parameters of gage velocity and the weight to estimate bundle gravity transforms using computable programming simulations. Strong gravity and the weak gravity conditions are gaged to allow modeling in the form of four vector string matrices like {open, loop, gluon, metrix} strings. String-gravity-fields are related by analogy to stitching elements like needle acting like rigid string gradient helping to thread strings, with the strings representing curl of gauge fields rotational aspects of the (2 Ă— 2) point matrix tensor fields. Propositions advanced here also will be explored further to progress beyond the preliminary results.

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