Submissions from L. A. Alsheikha
-  faKiv:2103.07263 [pdf]
Composition of the Quark-Gluon 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 Quark-Gluon plasma (QGP) composition and its relation to the structure of QCD and the blue-shooter theory of the Faraday field. We find that the QGP is composed of two distinct parts: a component with the classical quark-gluon plasma and a component containing the intermediate quark-gluon plasma. In the second part of the composition of the QGP we find that the quark-gluon plasma is a quark-gluon plasma and the intermediate quark-gluon plasma is a gluon plasma. These results automatically imply that the QCD is not dual to the gluon plasma and the blue-shooter 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.
-  faKiv:2103.08117 [pdf]
The Lorentzian model for non-pre-inflationary field theories on a circleComments: 9 pages, 1 figure, 3 tables
We study the Lorenzian model of non-pre-inflationary field theories on a circle with a non-zero cosmological constant, by introducing a Jomon-de-Sitter (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 Lorenzian-Schwarzschild-Toda (JT) term in the form of a non-specific term in the propagation of the scalar field. The non-inflationary field theory is given by a four-parameter family of two-field models and a six-parameter family of two-field models with four fields. We use the results of this system to study possible sources of the Lorenzian term in the model. For four-field models, we show that it is possible to obtain a Lorenzian theory with a degenerate Lorenzian-Schwarzschild-Toda term for the scalar field. We also show that the case of two-fields is equivalent to the case of two-fields, and we conjecture that in this case the Lorenzian term leads to the same result as in the case of scalar fields.