Hydrodynamics of the dark superfluid: III. Superfluid Quantum Gravity

Abstract : Having described in previous articles dark energy , dark matter and quantum vacuum as different aspects of a dark superfluid which permeates the universe and having analyzed the fundamental massive particles as toroidal vortices in this superfluid, we reflect here on the Bernoulli pressure observed in quantum vortices, to propose it as the mechanism of quantum gravity. In this view, the dark superfluid surrounding a particle would be attracted toward it: a pressure gradient along with a velocity field would manifest around the particle and would be currently interpreted as the gravitational field. We call this hypothesis Superfluid Quantum Gravity. Here the hydrodynamics of the dark superfluid would replace the curved spacetime of general relativity, still respecting its observed predictions. Here the picture of gravity is that of an apparent force driven by spin. When this model is applied to a quadrupole dynamics, gravitational waves arise as negative pressure waves through the dark superfluid. Here the geometry of spacetime is indeed replaced by the hydrodynamics of the dark superfluid. A test is eventually suggested to confirm the gravitational field as an inflow of dark superfluid.
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Marco Fedi. Hydrodynamics of the dark superfluid: III. Superfluid Quantum Gravity. 2016. ⟨hal-01423134v6⟩



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