Heald, Graeme Robert
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
February 20, 2013
It will be shown that a cosmic neutrino background lays a foundation for an electroweak model of gravity. An electronic neutrino tachyon is proposed as the messenger particle of gravity. During elastic scattering the electroweak force of gravity will be mediated by two Z bosons. In combination, a transcendental electronic neutrino mediated by two Z bosons provides the theoretical properties conjectured of the ‘graviton’. Conservation of mass-energy is required for elastic scattering of a fermion and hence gravity will act via the centre of mass of the bodies. A ‘gravity cell’ composed of 4 Zo is suggested for the minimum mass-energy, required for gravitation. Neutrino self-interaction with matter is suggested as ravitational interaction, providing the constant coupling factor of the gravitational constant.