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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]  faKiv:2106.07239 [pdf]
The powerful interaction between a weak gravitational field and a massive scalar field in the presence of a non-negative cosmological constant
Comments: 4 pages, 5 figures

We study the strong interaction between a weak gravitational field and a massive scalar field in the presence of a non-negligable non-linear cosmological constant in the quantum phase transition between the vacuum and the null vacuum states. We find that the scalar field can be removed from the vacuum state in the presence of a non-negligible non-linear cosmological constant. We also calculate the scalar field of the scalar field in the null vacuum state. The spectral function can be obtained from the scalar field in the null vacuum state, and the spectral function can be obtained from the scalar field in the null vacuum state. We also find that the scalar field is the one that is the most sensitive to the interactions between the scalar field and the non-negligible non-linear cosmological constant. We then consider scalar fields in the null vacuum and the null vacuum states, and we find that in the null vacuum state the scalar field is the scalar field in the null vacuum state. In the null vacuum state, the scalar field is the scalar field in the null vacuum state.

[2]  faKiv:2106.07375 [pdf]
M-theory without the ether
Comments: 6 pages, 0 figures

In this paper we will show that the "spontaneous" addition of a unitary ether is sufficient to restrict the set of generated M-theory compatible with the ether in the sense that its ether-matter duality respects the standard model, in particular the conservation laws. This "ether-matter" duality is the first of a series of discoveries which will lead to a fully M-theory compatible with the ether. This is achieved by considering the ether-matter duality as a model of the "unity of matter". We will show that the M-theory compatible with the ether can be constructed using the Ether-M-theory as a model of the "unity of matter". In particular we will show that the ether-matter duality is compatible with the ether-matter duality in the sense that the ether-matter duality is genuine. We will also discuss how the M-theory compatible with the ether can be constructed using only the ether-matter duality. This will set the stage for a fully M-theory compatible with the ether.

[3]  faKiv:2106.07508 [pdf]
Another true global symmetry in the cosmological constant
Comments: 8 pages. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1708.03563

We consider a cosmological constant of mass $M_0$ and $M_1$ in the context of a (contingent) $q$-propagator defined via a finite interval of space-time. It is shown that, in the limit of $M_0 \leq 0$ and $M_1 \leq 1$ (or $M_0 \leq M_1$ and $M_n$), the cosmological constant is in general a constant of mass $M_0$ and $M_1$ and that the $M_0$ and $M_1$ variables are spectral in the same way as the mass and spin of the cosmological constant. It is shown that the mass and spin variables are one and the same.

[4]  faKiv:2106.07529 [pdf]
The Impact of a Black Hole on the Temperature and Theories of Gravity
Comments: 55 pages

We study the temperature and the gravitational waves of a Schwarzschild black hole in the context of the predictions of the black hole thermodynamics. We find that the gravitational waves induced by the black hole can be used to measure the temperature and the temperature gradient of the black hole. Our results represent an improvement of the observational method of black hole thermodynamics. We also predict that the black hole can significantly affect the universe, including the cosmological temperature.

[5]  faKiv:2106.07554 [pdf]
Skyrme-propagation of the Higgs field in four dimensions and the entanglement with the Ho\v{e}therian
Comments: Published version

In this paper we study the propagation of the Higgs field in four dimensions in the presence of a background field, called the Ho\v{e}therian. We have calculated the propagators of the Higgs field in four dimensions in the presence of the Ho\v{e}therian in the presence of a background field. We have found that the propagation of the Higgs field is localized in the direction of its entangling force at the boundary. We have also calculated the propagators of the Higgs field in four dimensions in the presence of the Ho\v{e}therian in the presence of a background field.

[6]  faKiv:2106.07632 [pdf]
The quark-quark exchange rate in the entanglement entropy
Comments: 12 pages, 1 figure; v2: references added

We study the quark-quark exchange rate in the entanglement entropy of a quark-gluon plasma in the presence of weakly coupled quarks. We find that the radiation pressure of the quark-gluon plasma (along with the quark energy density) is proportional to the square of the kinetic energy density, which is proportional to the square of the energy density of the quark. We find that the quark-gluon plasma evaporation rate is proportional to the square of the quark-gluon radiation pressure, which is proportional to the square of the quark-gluon radiation pressure. We show that the quark-gluon exchange rate is proportional to the square of the square of the square of the quark-gluon exchange rate, which is proportional to the square of the quark-gluon exchange rate. We also derive the corresponding quark-quark exchange rate for the quark-gluon plasma.

[7]  faKiv:2106.07738 [pdf]
Anomalous values of the quantum field theory
Comments:

We investigate the anomalous values of the quantum field theory for the kinetic term in the Einstein-Gordon-Schwinger model and find that the anomalous values are not consistent with those predicted by the quantum field theory. Moreover, the quantum field theory predicts that the anomalous values of the quantum field theory are inconsistent with the observed values of the quantum field theory. In order to clarify the relation between the quantum field theory and the quantum field theory, we compute the anomalous values using the generalized probability distribution of the quantum field theory.

[8]  faKiv:2106.07856 [pdf]
On the role of the Higgs in the deterministic quantum theory
Comments: 14 pages, 5 figures. v2: minor improvements

We study the duality between the Higgs model with the non-perturbative gauge/gravity duality and the deterministic quantum theory. We show that the Higgs model is in fact a deterministic quantum theory with a phase separation symmetry. We also demonstrate that the duality between the deterministic quantum theory and the Higgs model is broken in the presence of a non-zero gauge/gravity coupling. We discuss how this would apply to the duality between the Higgs model and the non-perturbative gauge/gravity duality. We therefore conclude that the Higgs model is not a deterministic quantum theory with a phase separation symmetry. We also point out that the Higgs model is a deterministic quantum theory with a phase separation symmetry.

[9]  faKiv:2106.08194 [pdf]
Can non-perturbative matter drive the cosmological evolution?
Comments: 9 pages, 7 figures, v4: minor changes, The published version

For any cosmological model, there exists a non-perturbative solution of the cosmological equation that is not necessarily the result of a simple dynamical system. In this article, we study the possibility that this non-perturbative cosmological solution can induce a change in the cosmological dynamics. Many of these changes, however, are non-perturbative in nature. We find that if the model is driven by a non-perturbative matter, the resulting cosmological scenario can be illustrated in the following way: We focus on the model that is able to drive a change in the cosmological equation. As a result, we find that the model is able to drive a change in the cosmological equation. In this case, the universe would experience a change in the cosmological equation.

[10]  faKiv:2106.08446 [pdf]
Feynman diagrams for gauge fields
Comments: 18 pages, 8 figures

We show that the Feynman diagrams associated with the Faraday's equation in the gauge field theory of gravity are in fact the graph diagrams of the Feynman diagrams in the Feynman diagrams in the gauge fields. The Feynman diagrams of the gauge field theory of gravitation are shown to be in fact the graph diagrams of the Feynman diagrams of the gauge fields. The graphs of the Feynman diagrams of the gauge fields are the corresponding diagrammatic symbols for the Feynman diagrams of the gauge fields.

[11]  faKiv:2106.08450 [pdf]
Fluid-charge invariance in the Minkowski vacuum
Comments: 17 pages, 2 figures, typos corrected in the first version

We investigate the fluid-charge invariance of the Minkowski vacuum in the framework of the Minkowski vacuum model. We show that the fluid-charge invariance is satisfied in the limit where the resolution of the Minkowski equation is set to zero. We also show that the Minkowski vacuum is fulfilled in the limit of non-zero resolution of the Minkowski equation. We demonstrate that the Minkowski vacuum is satisfied in the limit of zero resolution of the Minkowski equation. We further clarify some of the use of the parameter space of the Minkowski vacuum model. Finally, we demonstrate that the Minkowski vacuum is satisfied in the limit of non-zero resolution of the Minkowski equation.

[12]  faKiv:2106.08487 [pdf]
A realization of the entropy-density-energy-momentum $d$-charge of a black hole in a black hole background
Comments: 19 pages, 6 figures

It is well known that the entropy is the kinetic energy of an object. The entropy density energy is the kinetic energy of an object. The entropy density energy is the kinetic energy of an object. The entropy density energy is the kinetic energy of an object. The entropy density energy is the kinetic energy of an object. The entropy density energy is the kinetic energy of an object.

[13]  faKiv:2106.08542 [pdf]
Towards a non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity from Bunch-Davies invariant quantum gravity
Comments:

In this article, we propose a non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity from Bunch-Davies invariant quantum gravity theory. We find that the relativistic scalar field generalizes to the case of the missing quantum gravity. We argue that this theory is valid in the context of the non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity. Our proposed non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity implies that the missing quantum gravity theory is valid in the context of non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity. We also propose that the missing quantum gravity theory is validated in the context of the absence of the quantum gravity and is therefore the correct one. In this context, we present a non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity that is valid for the first time. This is the first such knowledge of an n-body theory of gravity that is valid in the context of the non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity. In this view, the Bunch-Davies invariant quantum gravity theory is also validated in the context of non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity and is therefore the correct one.

[14]  faKiv:2106.08548 [pdf]
Fermionic Decays of the Anomaly Free Boltzmannians
Comments: 19 pages, 4 figures

In this paper we study the decays of the anomaly free Boltzmannian in $d$-dimensional $AdS_2$ gravity with the classical $AdS_2$ and $AdS_2$ as a background coordinate frame. We consider fermionic elements in the $AdS_2$ coordinate frame that are not positive and that have a mass of $\frac{1}{d+1}$. We show that the decays of the fermion element correspond to the decaying of a phase in the $AdS_2$ coordinate frame, and we give a general rule for the decays of fermions in the $AdS_2$ coordinate frame. Our rules apply to the case when the fermion element is a negative fermionic charge, and to the case when the fermionic element is a positive charge.

[15]  faKiv:2106.08559 [pdf]
Vector-like theories and the external fields
Comments: 24 pages, 11 figures

We study the internal components of vector-like theories for non-supersymmetric fields in the presence of external fields. The external fields are the same as in the case of the supersymmetric theory, and the vector-like theory has the same structure. We show that the vector-like theory admits states of the form the vector-like theory with the external fields. This implies that the vector-like theory is the Benjamini-Khalahari theory.

[16]  faKiv:2106.08606 [pdf]
$2$-dimensional Perturbative GUP equations
Comments: 8 pages, 4 figures, version to appear in PRD

In this work we consider the perturbative equation of the GUP equations for the two-dimensional perturbative Perturbative Unruh-DeWitt particle with two spinor fields in a one-parameter space. We assume that the spinors are two-dimensional and construct the perturbative equation for the GUP equations at smaller than the second order in the second-order parameters. The perturbative equation for the GUP equations is solved numerically and we obtain the equation of state. The solutions of this equation are given by the Lie group of the Perturbative GUP equations.

[17]  faKiv:2106.08666 [pdf]
Bunch and Ray Numbers in Black Hole Evaporation and Calculations
Comments:

We study the behavior of all kinds of Bang-bang-Ray-Mills (BBRMs) in black hole evaporation in the presence of a cosmic string. We study the BBRM equations in the presence of a cosmic string, finding that the BBRM equation is a B-parameterized equation of motion in the vicinity of the black hole horizon. In addition, we find that the Ray Numbers (RN) in the black hole are proportional to the space-time coordinates that are oriented perpendicular to the black hole horizon. The resulting equations of motion for a BBRM are given by the B-parameterized version of the B-parameterized equation of motion from the B-parameterized B-parameterized equation of motion. Moreover, we identify the BBRM reaction time and find that it is proportional to the space-time coordinates that are oriented perpendicular to the black hole horizon. We also consider the properties of the BBRM reaction time in the presence of a cosmic string, finding that the BBRM reaction time is proportional to the space-time coordinates that are oriented perpendicular to the black hole horizon.

[18]  faKiv:2106.08763 [pdf]
A little background on the role of gauge invariance and energy
Comments: 16 pages, 4 figures

We study the energy of a superconductor in the presence of the gauge field $G_G$ in the dipole sector of the theory of quantum gravity. In particular, we study the energy of a superconductor in the presence of the gauge field $G_G$ in the dipole sector by using the generalization of the energy tables of the quark-proton-proton theory. We show that the energy of a superconductor in the dipole sector is always equal to the energy of the superconducted state in the superconducting sector. We also show that the energy of a superconductor in the dipole sector is always equal to the energy of the superconducting state in the superconducting sector.

[19]  faKiv:2106.08838 [pdf]
On the invariance of the $\epsilon$-term in the Schwarzschild-de Sitter (SY) model
Comments: 10 pages, 8 figures, v2: a few minor changes, v3: minor changes, v4: minor changes, v5: minor changes, v6: minor changes, v7: minor changes, v8: minor changes

In the present paper, we investigate the invariance of the $\epsilon$-term in the Schwarzschild-de Sitter (SY) model. An important result obtained is that the $\epsilon$-term is invariant under the $\epsilon$-term and not subject to any possible quantum corrections.

[20]  faKiv:2106.08871 [pdf]
On the point of Born-Infeld theory: dimension 3, dimension 4 and dimension 5
Comments: 8 pages, 3 figures

We discuss, in the Principia, the gauge-gravity duality between the four-dimensional point-like gauge theory of the Dirac group and the four-dimensional point-like gauge theory of the Benkei group. This duality is dual to the Benkei theory of the Benkei group with the two theorems of the Benkei theory being the dimension 3 and dimension 4 duality and the one theorems of the Benkei theory being the dimension 5 duality.