Ervin Goldfain. On the Relationship between Hamiltonian Chaos and Classical Gravity
Submitted on: Jun 04, 2022, 06:42:02
Natural Sciences / Physics / Mathematical Physics
Description: It is known that Hamiltonian equations of motion for low-dimensional chaotic systems are typically formulated using fractional derivatives. The evolution of such systems is governed by the fractional diffusion equation, which describes self-similar and non-Gaussian processes with strong intermittencies. We confirm, in this context, that the dynamics of a Brownian particle driven by space-time dependent fluctuations evolves towards Hamiltonian chaos and fractional diffusion. The corresponding motion of the particle has a time-dependent and nowhere vanishing acceleration. Invoking the equivalence principle of general relativity leads to the conclusion that fractional diffusion is locally equivalent to a transient gravitational field. It is shown that gravity becomes renormalizable as NewtonâE™s constant converges towards a dimensionless quantity.
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