Alexander Shalyt-Margolin. Uncertainty Principle at All Scales Energies, Measurability and Mathematical Formalism of Quantum Theory and General Relativity
Submitted on: Dec 18, 2014, 08:07:04
Natural Sciences / Physics / Gravitation Theory (Relativity)
Description: This paper is a continuation of the earlier studies conducted by the author and of his latest publication devoted to the inferences concerning the introduction of a minimal length in a quantum theory and in gravity. It is shown that, when Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle is considered as a low-energy limit of the Generalized Uncertainty Principle, a minimal length is inevitably brought about even at low energies. In this case new parameters associated with this length are defined in the explicit form. Based on the pair of well-known gravitational models, it is demonstrated that the indicated parameters determine low and high-energy dynamics of these models. Various inferences are considered.
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