A.E. Shalyt-Margolin. Quantum Theory at Planck Scale, Limiting Values, Deformed Gravity and Dark Energy Problem
Submitted on: May 18, 2012, 17:35:52
Natural Sciences / Physics / Quantum field theory
Description: Within a theory of the existing fundamental length on the order of Planck's a high-energy deformation of the General Relativity for the space with horizon has been constructed. On this basis, Markov's work of the early eighties of the last century has been given a new interpretation to show that the heuristic model considered by him may be placed on a fundamental footing. The obtained results have been applied to solving of the dark energy problem, making it possible to frame the following hypothesis: a dynamic cosmological term is a measure of deviation from a thermodynamic identity (the first law of thermodynamics) of the high-energy (Planck's) deformation of Einstein equations for horizon spaces in their thermodynamic interpretation. The article was printed in the International Journal of Modern Physics D,Vol. 21, No. 2 (2012),1250013. The online version is also available on arXiv.org as document 1102.5084
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