DISCUSSION OF THE TFF

DISCUSSION OF THE THEORY OF FUNDAMENTAL FIELD (TFF), DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONCEPTS OF I.L. GERLOVIN

In this section, we present a few articles, which give interesting comments, as well as an extension of Gerlovin's concepts and theory (TFF):

Yu.N. Lyubashenko

DEVELOPMENT OF GERLOVIN'S CONCEPTS. LOCAL GRAVITATION AND MACH'S PRINCIPLE. (pdf, in Russian)

One of the problems which remains unsolved in the GTR is the law of energy conservation ("LEC"), which is not conserved in the GTR due to the heterogeneity of the time flow. In GTR, the LEC can be considered only locally, but it is just impossible to "localize" the field of gravity. In his other article, the author reviewed this issue in details, as in Gerlovin's TFF the modified equations of Einstein describe the physics of elementary particles.

In this aspect, the non-compliance with the LEC at the quantum level could put a cross on Gerlovin's concepts : therefore, this matter requires a careful study, which the author does in the present article.

Yu.N. Lyubashenko

DEVELOPMENT OF GERLOVIN'S CONCEPTS. STRONG GRAVITATION. (pdf)

The link between space-time and matter discovered by A. Einstein could be extended to other types of interactions, if only there would be a STRONG GRAVITATION, with a constant greater than G by several orders of magnitude.

А. Salam

A perspective direction in theoretical physics, on the way to unite string theory, the Standard Model of particles and gravitation, is the holographic duality discovered by Juan Maldacena in 1998. In the concept of I. Arepeva, based on experimental data obtained in the LHC, it has been proved that the formation of a quark-gluon plasma corresponds, in terms of holographic duality, to the formation of a balck hole and its entropy. This approach supposes that our Universes forms a holographic screen, a projection of events of a N+1-dimension space on the frontier of a N-dimension space, and all the elementary particles should be considered as quantum dark holes.

I Gerlovin comes to similar conclusion in his monography about the TFF (1990), but through another interpretation.

The article will show, in an analytical manner, that our Universe, in the frame of the Standard Model, can be considered as a black hole from its "inside", in which all the elementary particles, now from the "outside", also can be considered as "quantum black holes".

Yu.N. Lyubashenko

DEVELOPMENT OF GERLOVIN'S CONCEPTS. A NEW GLANCE ON THE NATURE OF THE Λ-FACTOR

(DARK ENERGY). (pdf)

According to the FFT, the basic law of Einstein’s GTR is in fact only one case of application of FFT’s fundamental Tri-Unity Law, uniting the space – time – matter, and binding to all the types of physical fields. In the equation of the Tri-Unity Law, there is a Λ – term, which characterizes the distribution of mass and charges in all the space.

At the present stage, this Λ – term has a fully different meaning: it is considered that it represents the negative pressure of the physical vacuum (in the GTR, the vacuum also gravitates), which leads to the acceleration of the Universe’s expansion.

In fact, at the link between the FFT’s subspaces, the Λ – term shall dominate over all the other tensors. This interpretation of the Λ – term should then be construed as a “Quadri-Unity Law” uniting space – time – matter – dark energy: this would be absurd in the framework of the TFF.

What could be the exit door to this problem? May we find a compromise? The present article goes into this direction.

Yu.N. Lyubashenko

DEVELOPMENT OF GERLOVIN'S CONCEPTS. A QUANTUM LEAP. (pdf)

How the author showed it in its first article, the global finding of Gerlovin, with his TFF, his the quantum-mathematical tool describing the "image" of whatever function. In this particular case, the gravitation law.

When going from one subspace to another, and supposing that one if the subspaces is a quantum dark hole, the theory managed to create the equations of the tri-unity law, which are identical to those of Einstein's GTR. In terms of quantum mechanics, all these images (transfers from one subspace to another) can be considered as quantum transfers, or quantum leaps, which are "out of time" and "out of space".

We can draw a careful conclusion : the TFF is a quantum theory, which links the tensor gravity with quantum dynamics, via the strong gravity (quantum leaps).

But the question of how do these quantum leaps physically occur remains unanswered. But the TFF offers a nice idea and description of the quantum (discrete) movement of elementary particles through the structure of the physical vacuum.

Unfortunately these are only declarations, without physical justification : the present article tries to give such physical description of these quantum leaps.

Yu.N. Lyubashenko

DEVELOPMENT OF GERLOVIN'S CONCEPTS. A VACUUM THEORY OF GRAVITATION. (pdf, in Russian)

As strange as it coud be, gravitation, which we feed anywhere and anytime, remains a mysterious phenomenon.

The Standard Model explains very well the 3 other fundamental interactions (quantum theory), but remains silent on gravitation, which is a classic, and not quantum theory.

Conventional science, using superstrings, loop gravitation, via the exchange particle called "graviton", tries to link both into an unified theory.

But Gerlovin links the 4 fundamental interactions using completely another (reverse) mechanism. The TFF showcases only one fundamental particle, the "fundamenton", which pretends to the role of quantum of all fields and of all elementary particles.

The fundamenton is basically a closed string (loop) of universal scale in the virtual world, and its harmonics, once projected into our real word, give all the elementary particles, which on their turn are described by the general equations of GTR as quantum dark holes.

In the TFF, the equation of GTR gets the status of a unified fundamental field for all types of interactions, and unite the layered subspaces into on unique space, and called the equations of tri-unity.

Can Gerlovin's TFF pretend to the status of Grand Unified Theory ? The answer should be found in the couloirs of the academies of conventional science.

In this article, our goal is more modest : to study to which extent the Vacuum theory of gravitation (VTG) of I. Gerlovin corresponds to the contemporary representation of the world.

Yu.N. Lyubashenko

DEVELOPMENT OF GERLOVIN'S CONCEPTS. A VACUUM THEORY OF GRAVITATION. (pdf)

How strange it may seem, the gravitation, while begin a ubiquous and permanent reality for us, remains a mysterious phenomenon. The Standard Model describes well three fundamental interactions, in the frame of the quantum theory. But is says nothing about gravitation: it is more a classical than a quantum theory. Conventional science, with superstrings, loop gravitation, via gravitons as transfer particle, tries to unify the quantum and gravitation theories into a single one. But I. Gerlovin worked out a fully different (reverse) mechanism to unify the 4 interactions. In the frame of his TFF, a single particle, the FUNDAMENTON, pretends to the role of QUANTUM OF ALL FIELDS and OF ALL ELEMENTARY PARTICLES. The fundamenton is a closed string (loop) of universal size in the virtual world, and its harmonics, when “projected” into our real world, “give birth” to the elementary particles, which are described in the general equations of GTR as quantum black holes. On the TFF, the GTR equations raise to the status of unified fundamental field for all kinds of interactions, this field originating in layered subspaces and unifying them into a single one ; these equations are renamed triunity equations in the TFF. Can Gerlovin’s TFF pretend to the role of THEORY OF EVERYTHING? The answer to this question should be searched for in the couloirs of the academic science. Our task here is more modest: we will consider to which extent the vacuum theory of gravitation (VTG) of I.L. Gerlovin corresponds to the contemporary description of the world…