Hoffman, Kenneth Paul
June 21, 2021
gravity, gravity speed, gravity velocity, Quantim Gravity Field, entaglement, spooky action at a distance, wave function, decoherence, light speed, General Relitivity, graviton, Spacetime
This paper examines information to support the idea that Space contains the Quantum Gravity Field and that field must be responding much faster than light speed ‘c’ for our solar system, galaxies, and galaxy clusters to come to be and maintain their stable state. These structures can only be stable and in equilibrium if they function as a unified system with Space as the Master Energy Field component working collectively to control all the parts. Universe’s need to manage change requires that it can make adjustments and effect change with a force field in a workable time frame on all scales without handicapping that force field by limiting it to the relatively slow light speed ‘c’. That force field is the Quantum Gravity Field emergent response of Space to any object’s accelerations at any and all scales. The Quantum Gravity Field (QGF) cannot be limited in its scope by distance or to a light speed of ‘c’ if we are to understand how celestial mechanics performs. Perhaps a direction to a standard model that better combines quantum field theory with what is observed cosmologically will be found if physics accepts that the force of gravity is real, moves much faster than light speed, and is a possible emergent force of a Quantum Gravity Field.