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Black Hole as the Global Standard Model

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How to cite: Farag Ali, A. Black Hole as the Global Standard Model. Preprints 2020, 2020040368. Farag Ali, A. Black Hole as the Global Standard Model. Preprints 2020, 2020040368.


We study the localization of gravity through the matching point between non-inertial frames and local inertial frames. This localization of gravity lead to an emergence of a timeless state of the universe in a mathematically consistent way. We find a geometric interpretation of the speed of light and mass. The experimental evidence of the timeless state of the universe is the quantum entanglement and internal symmetries that are independent of time. Since the spin measurement is the manifestation of quantum entanglement measurement. Therefore, the spin of quantum particles is correlated with the relative gravitational red-shift at two different points. The same can be applied to all types of internal symmetries that are independent of time. Therefore gravity represents all measurements independent of time including quantum entanglement. We conclude that the gravity is the global $SU(3)\times SU(2)\times U(1)$ symmetry that produces gauge fields such as Electromagnetism, weak and strong nuclear force through localization with their internal symmetries correlated with the varying of relative gravitational red-shift . We also introduce a gravitational or geometric interpretation of spin-0, spin-1 and spin-1/2 states. We answered the question why do we measure matter and not anti-matter. We Introduce a solution for the Cosmological Constant Problem Value.


gravity; hidden variables; information loss problem; completeness, cosmological constant problem


Physical Sciences, Quantum Science and Technology

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Received: 2 May 2020
Commenter: Ahmed Farag Ali
Commenter's Conflict of Interests: Author
Comment: Introduced two more sections on the solution of cosmological constant problem  and why do we measure Matter and not Anti-matter
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