Submissions from L. A. Alsheikha
 [1] faKiv:2103.07263 [pdf]

Composition of the QuarkGluon plasmaR. S. Gomes, Tomas Halbich, Cristina L. H. Nunez, L. A. Alsheikha, Carlo Marzo, Andrea Luciano, Alessandro S. MarzoComments: 8 pages, 4 figures. v2: minor changes, references added
We present in this paper a systematic study of the QuarkGluon plasma (QGP) composition and its relation to the structure of QCD and the blueshooter theory of the Faraday field. We find that the QGP is composed of two distinct parts: a component with the classical quarkgluon plasma and a component containing the intermediate quarkgluon plasma. In the second part of the composition of the QGP we find that the quarkgluon plasma is a quarkgluon plasma and the intermediate quarkgluon plasma is a gluon plasma. These results automatically imply that the QCD is not dual to the gluon plasma and the blueshooter theory of the Faraday field. We also find that both the quarks and gluons are dual to the gluons in the second part of the composition.
 [2] faKiv:2103.08117 [pdf]

The Lorentzian model for nonpreinflationary field theories on a circleComments: 9 pages, 1 figure, 3 tables
We study the Lorenzian model of nonpreinflationary field theories on a circle with a nonzero cosmological constant, by introducing a JomondeSitter (JDS) constant. We find that the model is a Lorenzian model because the metric is the same as the one of a complex scalar field theory. The model has a degenerate LorenzianSchwarzschildToda (JT) term in the form of a nonspecific term in the propagation of the scalar field. The noninflationary field theory is given by a fourparameter family of twofield models and a sixparameter family of twofield models with four fields. We use the results of this system to study possible sources of the Lorenzian term in the model. For fourfield models, we show that it is possible to obtain a Lorenzian theory with a degenerate LorenzianSchwarzschildToda term for the scalar field. We also show that the case of twofields is equivalent to the case of twofields, and we conjecture that in this case the Lorenzian term leads to the same result as in the case of scalar fields.