A Finite Unified Quantum Field Theory of the Elementary Particle Standard Model and Quantum Gravity: Based on New Quantum Dimensions & a New Paradigm in the Calculus of Variations

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Pingree-Hill, 2003 - Science - 183 pages
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This book, A Finite Unified Quantum Field Theory of the Elementary Particle Standard Model and Quantum Gravity Based on New Quantum Dimensions and a New Paradigm in the Calculus of Variations, develops a new formulation of quantum field theory. Within this framework, a finite unified quantum field theory of the known forces of nature - electromagnetism, the weak interactions, the strong interactions and gravity - is created. The conventional Standard Model is the large distance limit of the elementary particle sector of the unified theory. The Quantum Gravity sector is finite in this formulation. Its large distance limit is Einsteinian gravity. This unified theory contains no divergences - thus solving a major problem that has bedeviled quantum field theory for the past seventy years. The theory is based on a new form of hidden dimensions: Quantum Dimensions, that only manifest themselves at ultra-high energies. Some new phenomena that result are: * Unification of QED, Weak Interactions, Strong Interactions and Quantum Gravity.* Finite - No divergences.* Finite also with massive vector bosons: No need for Higgs mechanism.* Low Energy Limit: Approximates Standard Model (and QED) to arbitrary accuracy.* Suggests possible doubly charged dilepton resonances.* Large Distance limit of Quantum Gravity: Newtonian gravitational potential.* No ultra-microscopic Black Holes.* A New form of hidden dimensions: Quantum Dimensions.* A New form of interaction: Dimensional Interactions.* A New paradigm (type of problem) for the Calculus of Variations.

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SOME ISSUES FACING ELEMENTARY PARTICLE PHYSICS TODAY
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AN EXTENSION OF THE CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS
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QUANTIZATION OF COORDINATE SYSTEMS
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