# High-Energy Physics

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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]
Resting state curvature and the 8D $U(1)$ case
Comments: 8 pages, published version

We study the 8D $U(1)$ case in the presence of an external scalar field that is a massless scalar field with the mass of the scalar field and is coupled to a $\mathbb{Z}_2$-vector. In this case, we compute the resting state curvature of the state space, in the presence of an external scalar field, and we determine that the resting state curvature is given by the rate of the resting state decay.

[2]
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]
Quantum Gravity Black Holes, Quantum Entanglement and the Theory of an Entanglement Free Universe
Comments: 6 pages, 3 figures

We study the physics of a quantum gravitational black hole in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity. The black hole is described by an observer that is in a quantum vacuum state, and by a non-local observer that is not in a quantum vacuum state. The Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet equation in the quantum vacuum state of the observer is also discussed. We study the effects of the quantum vacuum state on the geometry of the black hole. We demonstrate that, in the quantum vacuum state, the Hawking radiation from the black hole can make the black hole become a quantum entanglement free universe. In the non-perturbative limit, we find that the black hole is a quantum entanglement free universe, with Hawking radiation.

[4]
The Big Bang from the Planck data
Comments: 11 pages, 2 figures

In the big bang theory the prediction of the Planck data is the first step towards the prediction of the cosmological constant. The Planck data shows that the Big Bang was a hot Big Bang. We obtain the Big Bang temperature in the Planck data and find that the Big Bang temperature is consistent with the Planck data.

[5]
A cosmological model with a black hole in the background
Comments: 8 pages

We study the cosmological model with a black hole in the background. We show that the black holes are not necessarily black and that the cosmological constant is always positive. We also show that the cosmological constant is always positive when the black hole is removed. We show that the cosmological constant can be reduced to the c-field in the background of the black holes.

[6]
Holographic Entanglement of a Big Bang Observable Universe
Comments:

We study the holographic entanglement entropy of a big bang observable universe, which is the entropy of quantum fields in the universe. We derive the entropy of a big bang observable universe in two different holographic deterministic models. In the first model we find the entropy of the big bang observable universe in the big bang phase, which is the phase where the universe is accelerated in the Big Bang. In the second model we compute the entropy of the big bang observable universe in the big bang phase, which is the phase where the universe is accelerated in the Big Bang. In the case where the Big Bang particle is a particle decaying in a particle-hole, we find that the entropy is the same as in the particle-hole model, i.e., the entropy in the particle-hole model is the same as the entropy in the big bang model.

[7]
Relativistic effects of a gravitational wave interference in the background of the gravitational waves
Comments: 5 pages, 3 figures, no figure. v2: minor changes; v3: minor changes

We construct relativistic effects of gravitational waves interference in the background of a gravitational wave. This is shown to be equivalent to the standard relativistic effects of the gravitational waves in the presence of a gravitational wave.

[8]
The Riemann sphere and the generalization of the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari lens
Comments: 17 pages

We investigate the Riemann sphere, a one-parameter family of solutions of Einstein's equations, in the presence of baryons in the wake of a photon-ion beam. The resulting three-parameter model is the Gill-Davies-Ferrari lens: the lens that reproduces the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari geometry. We show that the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari lens reproduces the generalization of the Bunch-Davies-Davies Schr\"odinger lens. We also show that the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari lens reproduces the Schr\"odinger lens. In addition, we show that the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari lens reproduces the Schr\"odinger lens in the presence of baryons in the wake of a photon-ion beam.

[9]
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.

[10]
Anomalous bipartite gauge theory of the Z-symmetric QCD model
Comments: 36 pages

The bipartite gauge theory of the Z-symmetric QCD model, obtained by the Chern-Simons theory, is shown to be a non-commutative theory of the matter-free gauge theory. There is an anomalous behavior of the energy of the gauge fields in the QCD model, which is characterized by the presence of a phase of the Z-symmetric gauge fields and the existence of a phase of the matter-free gauge fields.

[11]
Scalar-tensor models with a cosmological constant
Comments: 6 pages, 4 figures, 1 table

We show that a scalar-tensor model explaining the dynamics of the S-matrix of a scalar field in four dimensions with a cosmological constant, as constructed by Delcambra and Tait, can be given in terms of a cosmological constant in three dimensions. The solution of the Einstein equations is replaced by a solution of the scalar-tensor equations in four dimensions.

[12]
Quantum mechanics from the pattern space: the double copy
Comments: 19 pages, 6 figures

We present a new way of doing quantum mechanics in the context of the pattern space of the (de)Sitter space. The classical case of the de Sitter space is given by a classical lepton of the topologically twisted double copy. An explicit example of the double copy pattern space is presented. We argue that the pattern space of the de Sitter space is the de Sitter space of the Pi-de Sitter space. We use the double copy phenomenon in the pattern space to obtain the de Sitter space of the Pi-de Sitter space. We also conclude that the pattern space of the de Sitter space is the de Sitter space of the Pi-de Sitter space.

[13]
Non-minimal coupling and the realization of a cosmological constant in the final phase of inflation
Comments: 15 pages

We show that the charge of the theory of gravitation that is a simplicial one in the final phase of inflation is proportional to the mass of the theory fermions, and that the mass of the theory fermions is determined by the charge $q$.

[14]
Changes in the transverse curvature of the sigma model in the presence of a constant non-commutator
Comments: 19 pages, 3 figures

We study the transverse curvature of the sigma model in the presence of a constant non-commutator and analyze the effect of the constant non-commutator on the transverse curvature in the sigma model. We analyze the transverse curvature in the sigma model in two different contexts: one is the classical sigma model in the presence of a constant non-commutator, and the other is the quantum sigma model in the presence of a constant non-commutator.

[15]
Turbulence at the EXPLICIT Lattice
Comments: 6 pages, 1 figure, 1 table, v3: refs added

The EXPLICIT Lattice (TL) model is a model which has an extrema of the scalar field at the moment of the generation of the superconducting phase. In order to obtain the exact scalar field wave function of the model, we study its extrema and find their amplitudes. We calculate the exact scalar wave function of the model based on the function of the scalar field and the perturbative expansion. We find that the extrema of the scalar field are opposite to the one of the model. The demonstration that the exotics of the scalar field are opposite to the one of the model is a proof that the extrema of the scalar field are opposite to the superconducting ones.

[16]
The Evanescent Universe: A Feynman Game Example
Comments: 18 pages, 3 figures

We explore the possibility of effects of a Feynman game on the standard model of the Standard Model. To do so, we calculate the Feynman game-induced cosmological constant and we obtain the range of parameters where the cosmological constant becomes nonzero. Using the range of parameters, we find that the cosmological constant is always nonzero for a constant parameter, but growing with the expansion of the universe.

[17]
A direct link between a state-dependent affine metric and the kinetic term of a particle
Comments: 15 pages, 3 figures. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1606.06010

We consider a direct link between a state-dependent affine metric and the kinetic term of a particle, which is a consequence of the kinetic term of a geometrical unitary Hamiltonian. The affine metric has a direct-current-voltage-momentum property with respect to the velocity of the particle. We show that the direct-current-voltage-momentum properties of the affine geometrical metric can be regarded as the energy-momentum of a particle. We determine the kinetic term of a particle in the kinetic term of the affine metric. We find a direct-current-voltage-momentum formula, which determines the energy-momentum of a particle.

[18]
Quantum mechanics with the massless scalar field and its time-reversal relation
Comments: 18 pages, 3 figures, LaTeX

We study the quantum mechanics with the massless scalar field in the framework of the minimal model of the classical Schr\"odinger theory. We show that the relativistic time-reversal relation is the classical Schr\"odinger relation with the massless scalar field. This relation does not depend on the existence of the scalar field or on the time-reversal relation. We also show that the relativistic time-reversal relation for the non-supersymmetric case does not depend on the presence of the scalar field. Finally, we show that the relativistic time-reversal relation for the scalar field in the classical Schr\"odinger theory does not depend on the gauge condition, the spectral index, the amount of energy or on the time-reversal relation.

[19]
A description of the model structure of the sum of two Lie groups
Comments: 8 pages, 2 figures

We study the model structure of two Lie groups in the presence of a background gauge field. We study the case where one of the groups, the Lie group, is expressed as a geometric structure of one dimensional abelian spaces. We show that the group is a p-adic classification of Lie groups which is a monoidal representation of the two-dimensional algebra an-algebraic Lie group. We also show that the model of the sum of two Lie groups is a geometric structure of a second Lie group called the Lie group which is a monoidal representation of the Lie group. We also argue that the model consists of a sum of two Lie groups and a sum of a Lie groups and a sum of a Lie groups.

[20]
Conformal symmetry of the Pyromaniac models
Comments: 19 pages, 8 figures

A simple, non-linear form of the Pyromaniac models is presented and its conformal symmetry is studied. For a particular choice of the model parameters and a certain subset of the input parameters, a simple, non-linear form of the Pyromaniac models is presented and its conformal symmetry is analyzed. The conformal symmetry is determined by the input parameters including a few cases where the model parameters are non-linear and a few others where the model parameters are non-linear and the input parameters are non-linear. The resulting conformal symmetry is the exact solution of the equation of motion which was found in the previous work of the authors. The result is that the Pyromaniac models have conformal symmetry.