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An Allgravity as a Grand Unification of Forces


Sharafiddinov, Rasulkhozha Sultonkhozhaevich


Research Papers


Quantum Theory / Particle Physics



Date Published:

September 27, 2021




A Grand Unification Mathematical Logic; Coulomb, Magnetocoulomb, and Allcoulomb Charges; Newton, Magnetonewton, and Allnewton Masses; Gravity, Magnetogravity, and Allgravity; Graviton, Monograviton, and Allgraviton; Coulomb, Magnetocoulomb


Each type of Coulomb (Newton) charge corresponds to a kind of Coulomb (Newton) mass. Such a mass-charge duality principle explains the availability of the united rest mass and charge in a neutrino equal to all its mass and charge consisting of the electric, weak, and strong components and the range of other innate components. A neutrino itself, similarly to all other quantum matter with Coulomb (Newton) mass and charge, testifies hereby in favor of a kind of mononeutrino with magnetocoulomb (magnetonewton) rest mass and charge equal to all its mass and charge including the magnetoelectric, magnetoweak, and magnetostrong parts and the range of other innate parts. We discuss a theory in which symmetry between electricity and magnetism comes forward at the level of a grand unification mathematical logic as the defined symmetry between gravity and magnetogravity within the same allgravity responsible for all that in a curved space-time. This allgravity relates a graviton and a monograviton as a consequence of force unification, forming a single allgraviton. Thereby, it establishes a set of forces and the role of mass and charge in their formation and thus directly reveals the most diverse properties of a curved space that have remained hitherto latent.

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