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[1]  faKiv:2101.07215 [pdf]
Noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields
Comments: 8 pages, 3 figures

In this paper we study the noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields using the K\"ahler formula and analyze the effects of noncommutativity inside the spin-two and spin-three fields. We find that the noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields is neither coherent nor chaotic, and it is a consequence of the noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields. And the noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields is a consequence of noncommutativity between the spin-two and spin-three fields.

[2]  faKiv:2101.07239 [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.

[3]  faKiv:2101.07280 [pdf]
Quantum gravity in the presence of the AdS/CFT correspondence and the missing energy scale
Comments: 15 pages, 3 figures

We investigate cosmological models with missing energy scale at a scale of admissible to the curvature-matter duality. The U(1) AdS/CFT correspondence, suggested by Weinberg and Weinberg, is a partition function of AdS$_2$/CFT$_2$ at the metric of AdS$_2$ which is not a conservation law. We determine the missing energy scale in the presence of the AdS/CFT correspondence and the missing energy scale in the absence of the AdS/CFT correspondence. We find that quantum gravity in the AdS/CFT correspondence provides a non-trivial way to obtain the missing energy scale for a general quantum gravity. Furthermore, we find that the argument for the missing energy scale for quantum gravity can be realized in the AdS/CFT correspondence.

[4]  faKiv:2101.07294 [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.

[5]  faKiv:2101.07474 [pdf]
Observership of the gravitational wave background light bound induced by the Rindler-Schwinger theory
Comments: 7 pages

The gravitational wave background light bound is expected to be in the range $2-5$ in the near future and its uncertainty can be as high as $4$. By studying the anomaly for the light bound, we show that such an anomaly can be used to determine the gravitational wave background light bound over the intermediate period. Furthermore, we show that the gravitational wave background light bound can be derived analytically from the variation of the gravitational wave background light bound.

[6]  faKiv:2101.07631 [pdf]
The new superconducting superconductor from the non-inertialized superconductor
Comments: 16 pages, 1 figure. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1704.08132

We study the superconducting superconductor from a non-inertialized superconductor. We demonstrate that the superconductivity is not maximized by the presence of the non-inertialized superconductor. We show that the new superconducting superconductor is therefore obtained in the non-inertialized superconductor. The resulting non-inertialized superconductor exhibits the extended superconductivity, and we also obtain the new superconducting superconductor from the non-inertialized superconductor.

[7]  faKiv:2101.07636 [pdf]
Eminent-Nobel and Neveu-Pan-Kitschen-Mellan
Comments: 19 pages, 2 figures

We propose a new approach to the family of the Neveu-Pan-Kitschen-Mellan (NPKM) formulation which is the simplest in the sense that it entails the least number of terms of the form $2n_f_\phi xN_f_\phi$. In this way we formulate the NPKM formulation of the famous line equations for the superconformal field theory of Albert Einstein. While the NPKM formulation is the simplest, the NPKM formulation is rich in terms of the field equations with the duality relations on the free fields. We also give a new description of the approximations in which the topological and non-topological terms are respectively expressed as the number of terms of the Neveu-Pan-Kitschen-Mellan formulation of the Haldane-Fisher-Hawking (H/F) theory of quantum gravity. The resulting solution is a subregion of the Haldane-Fisher-Hawking (H/F) theory of quantum gravity with a maximum dimension of $D\geq1/2$. We show that the NPKM formulation is a well-defined subregion of the Haldane-Fisher-Hawking (H/F) theory of quantum gravity with a maximum dimension of $D\geq1/2$. We discuss a variant of the method for which the maximal dimension is constructed by subtracting out the second-order terms of the Haldane-Fisher-Hawking (H/F) theory from the corresponding Neveu-Pan-Kitschen-Mellan formulation.

[8]  faKiv:2101.07748 [pdf]
The Case for Not-So-Good Ideas
Comments: 38 pages. Version to appear in PRD

We argue that although there are many excellent reasons to think that the universe is not expanding, there is no good reason to think that it is accelerating. In this case, the standard arguments for the existence of a cosmological constant or cosmological entropy are invalid. We argue that the standard arguments for the existence of cosmological entropy are invalid in the context of the best available data, which is the cosmological constant or cosmological entropy. Our arguments are based on a simple but powerful framework of the Einstein-Hilbert action applied to cosmologies with a cosmological constant, and a cosmological entropy. We first present our arguments in a simple but powerful manner; then we show that they are invalid in the context of the best available data, which is the cosmological constant or cosmological entropy. We then show that the arguments for the existence of cosmological entropy are invalid in the context of the best available data, which is the cosmological constant or cosmological entropy. Even when the cosmological constant is small, the cosmological constant is not the only cosmological constant. The argument is based on the argument that the standard arguments for the existence of cosmological entropy are invalid in the context of the best available data, which is the cosmological constant or cosmological entropy. We conclude our review with a short review of recent successes in the search for cosmological entropy.

[9]  faKiv:2101.07779 [pdf]
The noncommutativity of the black holes
Comments: 6 pages, 8 figures

We study the noncommutativity of the black hole horizon in the presence of a scalar field. For the Higgs sector, such a noncommutativity is visible to us, and it is shown that it is a constant, not an operator. We also show that the black hole horizon becomes a noncommutative black hole and we compute the mass and spin of the black hole.

[10]  faKiv:2101.07833 [pdf]
Supergravity and the de Sitter space
Comments: 14 pages, 1 figure, v3: references updated

We construct a de Sitter space solution for the supergravity field theory in the de Sitter space, which is consistent with the presence of a de Sitter singularity. The solution is constructed by bringing the de Sitter space to a point in the plane perpendicular to the normal plane. It is shown that the geometry of the de Sitter space solution is determined by the velocity of the de Sitter space. We also show that the solution satisfies the semi-classical interpretation of the $\Lambda$CDM singularity.

[11]  faKiv:2101.08085 [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.

[12]  faKiv:2101.08188 [pdf]
Duality of a black hole in curved space-time
Comments: 8 pages, 12 figures

We discuss the role of the curvature in the physics of a black hole in curved space-time. We demonstrate that the black hole is dual to a Lorenzian massless scalar field in flat space-time. We show that the black hole is dual to a scalar field in flat space-time with a Lorenzian massless phase. We argue that the black hole is dual to a scalar field in flat space- and we prove that the scalar field is dual to a Lorenzian phase.

[13]  faKiv:2101.08234 [pdf]
The Entanglement Entropy in the Klein-Gordon Model
Comments: 11 pages, 3 figures

In this paper we study the entanglement entropy in the Klein-Gordon model. In particular, we compute the entanglement entropy between two particles separated by a distance. In order to do so, we use the entanglement entropy between two particles separated by the distance. We find that the entanglement entropy between two particles varies from one to two, depending on the distance between them.

[14]  faKiv:2101.08363 [pdf]
Holographic simulations of the quantum superconductivity
Comments: v2: 15 pages, 3 figures, minor changes

We demonstrate that the quantum superconductivity (QS) is thermodynamically realized in the presence of a cosmological constant and that the interaction between the QS and the background field is thermodynamically induced. This results in a potential for the holographic superconductivity in the presence of a cosmological constant. We also show that in the presence of a cosmological constant, the QS is not simply a thermodynamic instanton. We show that the QS is a QS in the absence of a cosmological constant. The QS is a QS in the presence of a cosmological constant.

[15]  faKiv:2101.08385 [pdf]
Vector-tensor fields and Euclidean spaces
Comments: 29 pages, 2 figures. v3: reference added. v4: typos corrected, references updated, version to appear in JHEP

We study a novel class of vector-tensor field theories with non-zero scalar and mass tensors. These theories are based on the gradient-flow equation of motion and encode vector-like mass terms. We find that the vector-tensor fields have a simple Euclidean representation in the space of non-perturbative solutions. This gives rise to class of vector-tensor algebraic vector-like solutions in the space of perturbative solutions. These solutions are derived from information in the vector field theory, in which the vector field is represented as a non-perturbative input with the derivative of the vector field. We show that these solutions have a "zoom" in the metric, i.e. they vanish at a later time and a "time" that is in general smaller than the current time. We compare this time with the current time and find that the current time is in general smaller than the time in which the "zooming" occurs.

[16]  faKiv:2101.08440 [pdf]
Entanglement entropy and the universal law of thermodynamics
Comments: 16 pages, 4 figures

We study the thermodynamic properties of the Lie-polyhedra (LPG) using the universal law of thermodynamics (UHT) and find that the entropy of the LPG is determined by the entropy of the subregion of interest. We conclude that the universal law of thermodynamics should be extended to the non-linear thermodynamic system by means of a generalization of Entanglement Entropy Law.

[17]  faKiv:2101.08509 [pdf]
Statistical mechanics and the goodness of the random matrix model: a note on the non-perturbative approach
Comments: 18 pages, 2 figures

We study the random matrix model by studying its properties and its connection to the statistical mechanics of classical random matrix models. We discuss its computational properties, and show that its goodness theorem holds for any realistic lattice model with a finite number of integrands.

[18]  faKiv:2101.08514 [pdf]
Semi-polynomial black hole solutions in the Schwarzschild black hole
Comments: Version accepted in JHEP

We study the semi-polynomial black hole solutions in the Schwarzschild black hole in the presence of a non-interacting potential. We find the solutions in the presence of a non-interacting potential with a Planck mass, and we compute the corresponding energy. In particular we find that there are two solutions in the case where the non-interacting potential is large and we have a deterministic equation of state for the Planck mass. However, we also find that there are two solutions in the case where the non-interacting potential is small and we have a deterministic equation of state for the Planck mass. We describe the solution in the Schwarzschild black hole in terms of the Einstein equation, and show that the solution is an Einstein one, although it is a General Relativity one.

[19]  faKiv:2101.08686 [pdf]
Topological aspects of a black hole
Comments: 12 pages, v3: minor typos corrected

We clarify some basic notions of the, underlying black hole, in the context of a topological perspective. It is shown that the black hole is a real object, and that the spacetime geometry has a real structure. It is shown that the black hole is constructed from the space-time of a black hole observer. To illustrate this result, we construct a black hole observer, one whose space-time is a sphere and whose orbit is a point on a boundary. The observer's space-time has a real structure, and the observer's orbit is a point on a boundary. Our results establish that the black hole observer is a real object in the generic sense.

[20]  faKiv:2101.08813 [pdf]
The famous Chern-Simons-de Sitter theory
Comments: 7 pages, 2 figures

We construct a theory of the Chern-Simons-de Sitter (cs) model in which the Chern-Simons-dS torsion (csd) theory is given by the auclidean minimization group. This is realized by taking the canonical model of the Chern-Simons-dS theory and then adding the auclidean theory. We discuss the effects of the conformal symmetry of the auclidean theory and the Steinberg action of the cscheme theory. In the latter case, the theory is given by a sum over the conjugate of the cscheme theory along with the conservation laws. Moreover, we show that the auclidean theory is a simple minimal model of the Chern-Simons-dS theory.