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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]  faKiv:2105.07294 [pdf]
On the role of the $\phi^4$-flux
Comments: 5 pages. v3: minor changes, references updated, published version

We discuss the role of the $\phi^4$-flux in the analysis of the $\phi^4$-boson in the presence of a background gauge field and gravons.

[2]  faKiv:2105.07324 [pdf]
A compact description of the KKLT model
Comments: 12 pages, 6 figures

In this paper, we extend the compact description of the KKLT model to the five-dimensional KKLT model. We generalize the KKLT model to the six-dimensional KKLT model. We consider the compact description of the model to the four-dimensional QCD model, and obtain the corresponding KKLT model and the corresponding KKLT model. In addition, we show that this model is compatible with the KKLT model in the bulk. That is, we show that the KKLT model is compatible with the KKLT model at the origin, and that the KKLT model is compatible with the KKLT model in the bulk.

[3]  faKiv:2105.07335 [pdf]
Entanglement problem of a proton-proton collision in the weak field limit
Comments: 18 pages, 8 figures. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1602.06937

We study the entanglement problem of a proton-proton collision in the weak field limit in the presence of a scale factor. We find that the entanglement propagation in the weak field limit has a special behavior for the proton-proton system and that the photon permeability has a special behavior for the proton-proton system.

[4]  faKiv:2105.07364 [pdf]
A note on the assertion that the cosmological constant is a real variable
Comments: 7 pages, 4 figures, references updated

The cosmological constant is a real variable and we will show that this is a real variable. We will also show that the cosmological constant is a real variable and we will show that this is a real variable.

[5]  faKiv:2105.07525 [pdf]
The classical entanglement-related entropy and the two-point function of the Lorenz gauge coupling in the ultraviolet
Comments: 7 pages, 3 figures

We study the classical entanglement-related entropy (ER) in the vast ultraviolet region of quantum gravity, which is responsible for the entanglement entropy of the classical entanglement of a system in the bulk. We calculate the two-point function of the Lorenz gauge coupling in the limited ultraviolet region of quantum gravity in the presence of a matter vector and a quantum scalar field. The two-point function of the gauge coupling is found to be proportional to the one in the bulk, in good agreement with the one in the bulk. We also find that the large-scale entanglement entropy of quantum gravity is proportional to the one in the bulk, and we find that the large-scale entanglement entropy is proportional to the one in the bulk, in good agreement with the one in the bulk.

[6]  faKiv:2105.07529 [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.

[7]  faKiv:2105.07625 [pdf]
The quantum gravity of a gravitational wave from a black hole
Comments: 18 pages, 12 figures

In this paper, we investigate the quantum gravity of a gravitational wave emitted by a black hole. We apply the noncommutative Kondo-Takahashi-Zanjic (KTZ) formalism to the Hamiltonian of the Higgs mechanism. In this framework, we construct a one-parameter family of $Q$-invariant quantum field theories and show that they are generalizations of the generalized Einstein-Hilbert action. Using this property, we relate the quantum gravity of the Higgs mechanism to the quantum gravity of the quantum gravity. A simple solution is given to the Schr\"odinger equation in the low-energy limit.

[8]  faKiv:2105.07820 [pdf]
A new theory of mirror symmetry
Comments: 8 pages, 3 figures

We propose a new theory of mirror symmetry for the canonical Fermi liquid model. We first compute the space of mirror symmetric $S$-invariant Fermi fluids in the space of space-time directions in which they are partitioned into their mirror and non-mirror parts. We show that mirror symmetry can be broken in the mirror partition function and that the space of mirror symmetric Fermi fluids is the space of mirror-free fluids. We then introduce a new partition function for D-branes and D-branes that is consistent with the space of mirror-exposed Fermi liquids. We give a definition of mirror symmetry in the mirror partition function and a definition of mirror symmetry in the mirror partition function.

[9]  faKiv:2105.08085 [pdf]
Conformal spacetime for the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet theory in three dimensions
Comments: 40 pages

We consider the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet theory in three dimensions and show that the continuum limit of the theory contains a form of a subleading black hole. We also show that the form of the black hole corresponds to the superpotential of the Gauss-Bonnet theory in four dimensions. We conclude that the form of the black hole in four dimensions corresponds to the one of the Gauss-Bonnet theory in three dimensions.

[10]  faKiv:2105.08111 [pdf]
The Anomalous Galilean Gravity
Comments: 15 pages, 1 figure. v3: minor changes

We present a new class of anomalous Galilean gravity models which can be thought of as the Lagrangian of a gravitational wave background and a quark-gluon plasma. We show that, in the absence of a quark-gluon plasma, these models exhibit the usual anomalous Galilean gravity behavior, and that, in the presence of a quark-gluon plasma, they exhibit the anomalous Galilean gravity behavior. Furthermore, we show that the anomalous Galilean gravity can be constructed by integrating out the quark-gluon plasma and by computing the partition function for the s-wave solution of the perturbation theory. In this way, we show that the anomalous Galilean gravity, which is defined by the partition function, can be obtained by integrating out the quark-gluon plasma and by computing the partition function of the s-wave solution. Our analysis of the contour integrals and the contour integrals of the s-wave solution is based on the Eikin-Alexeyev-Gilderspold-Witten (EWG) formulas, which are linearized ones of Eikin and Avshalom.

[11]  faKiv:2105.08206 [pdf]
Non-perturbative systems, non-perturbative non-perturbative non-perturbative superconductivity, and monoidal superconductivity
Comments: 6 pages, v3: References added, typos corrected

We investigate theories in which non-perturbative superconductivity is realized by a monoidal superconductivity that is expressed by a family of non-perturbative superconducting systems. Using the standard non-perturbative superconductivity formula, we derive the monoidal superconductivity formula for such theories. We also discuss the properties of non-perturbative superconductivity in the context of monoidal superconductivity and its monoidal superconductivity formula.

[12]  faKiv:2105.08249 [pdf]
Reinforcement of the Standard Model in the presence of a cosmological constant
Comments: 12 pages, 3 figures, 2 tables; v2: references added, minor revisions

The Standard Model is a $d$-gravity theory with an infinite-range $SU(3)$ gauge field which is a solution to the Einstein-Hilbert equation. We consider a cosmological constant in the presence of $d$-gravity, which would have a catastrophic effect on the SM. We develop an effective theory of a cosmological constant, a Einstein-Hilbert action and a cosmological constant, and find that the SM can be reconfirmed by the above effective theory in the presence of the cosmological constant.

[13]  faKiv:2105.08329 [pdf]
Inflationary black holes in the vacuum of a black hole in the CQFT
Comments: 17 pages, 8 figures

In this article we study the propagation of a black hole in the vacuum of a black hole in the CQFT with a single diaphragm. We have constructed a set of experiments, which show that the propagation of the black hole in the vacuum of a black hole in the CQFT is a linear function of the time of the black hole. We show that, in the vacuum of a black hole in the CQFT, the black holes are emitted in the past.

[14]  faKiv:2105.08338 [pdf]
A Non-perturbative study of the Riemann-Foss-Witten equations in the presence of a scalar field
Comments: 25 pages, 7 figures

We present a study of the Riemann-Foss-Witten equations in the presence of a scalar field. We consider the Lorenz model in which $U(R)$ gauge fields are taken into account. We find that the relation between the scalar and the non-perturbative quantities is the same as for the Lorenz model. We also study the Riemann-Foss-Witten equations in the presence of a scalar field in the first order of the scalar fields. The equations are derived, and used to compute the non-perturbative function of the Riemann-Foss-Witten equations.

[15]  faKiv:2105.08405 [pdf]
A Multifunctional Approach: C-theory on a Calabi-Yau Threefold
Comments: 11 pages, 11 figures

We consider a model on a Calabi-Yau threefold with a N=1 gauge group and study its properties, including the left- and right-handed parameters. We give an explicit formula for the cosmological constant and find that it is a constant of constant time. We also find an exact formula for the mass and energy of the black hole.

[16]  faKiv:2105.08406 [pdf]
S-duality and the GUP-preserved spin chain from renormalization
Comments: 32 pages, 14 figures

In this paper we study the effects of the renormalization group flow in the GUP-preserved spin chain of non-perturbative quantum mechanics on the spin chain in the presence of a constant non-commutator. We study the perturbative possible spin chain solution of the classical spin chain $S^1$ in the presence of a constant non-commutator, and show that the perturbative solution is the spin chain solution. We study the renormalization flow in the presence of a constant non-commutator and show that the perturbative solution is the spin chain solution.

[17]  faKiv:2105.08525 [pdf]
The Penrose-Papapetrou equation on the space-time of the Schwarzschild black hole
Comments: 63 pages, 5 figures; v2: minor corrections, references added; v3: references updated, v4: minor corrections, references added; v5: minor corrections, references updated, v6: minor corrections, references updated

We derive a new and exact formula for the Penrose-Papapetrou equation on the space-time of the Schwarzschild black hole by integrating out the non-perturbative corrections. This is done by taking the Finite Element of the angle of the black hole and evaluating the Penrose-Papapetrou equation. We find exactly the same formula as has been shown by Milner-Fisher, but for the black hole radius, which we find to be precisely the same as the one derived by Milner-Fisher.

[18]  faKiv:2105.08633 [pdf]
Noncommutativity in the Kerr-Singer model
Comments: 5 pages, 0 figures. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1607.02162

We consider the Kerr-Singer model with a noncommutative gauge group as a model of the inflationary era. We study the quantum fluctuations of the model in the metric and the curvature potentials and compute the noncommutativity term in the Kerr-Singer model. We find the noncommutativity term to be noncommutative. We also find that the noncommutativity term is associated with the rotation.

[19]  faKiv:2105.08745 [pdf]
Quantum mechanics from string theory
Comments: 11 pages, 1 figure

We consider a two dimensional deformed scalar field theory on a $S^1$ manifold. We first discuss the trivial case when a deformed scalar field theory predicts the vacuum state of the scalar field. The second deformed scalar theory predicts the vacuum state of the scalar field, and then we show that the vacuum state of the scalar field is always the one governed by the deformed scalar model. The eigenvalue model has a algebraically duality group which has no eigenvalue symmetry. The eigenvalue model is compatible with quantum theory by virtue of the existence of a universal string theory eigenstate. The eigenvalue model is compatible with quantum theory by virtue of the existence of a universal string theory eigenstate. We then describe the eigenstate of the scalar field in the second dimension in terms of a quantum mechanical description of the vacuum state of the scalar field. We illustrate how the eigenstate of the scalar field is compatible with the vacuum state of the scalar field by constructing the mixed scissor model.

[20]  faKiv:2105.08748 [pdf]
The effect of fluxes on the CFT decay constant
Comments: 3 pages, minor revisions, references added, version to appear in JHEP

We study the effect of an electric flux on the decay constant of the $AdS_3$ scalar field in a $2+1$ dimensional CFT given by $AdS_3 \times S^3$. We analyze the effect of the electric flux on the decay constant in the visible region, namely the zero-point energy scale. We find that the electric flux diminishes the value of the decay constant near the zero-point energy scale, while the zero-point energy scale increases.