Submissions from A. Mateos

[1]  faKiv:2004.07893 [pdf]
The quantum gravity background of the Sun
Comments: 12 pages. To appear in the "New Perspectives on Quantum Gravity", Springer, Maynooth, Ireland

In this paper we will investigate the quantum gravity background of the Sun by using numerical techniques. The Sun's final configuration can be understood as a soft graviton de Sitter space. We will show that the integration of the Sun's curvature $\phi^4$ into the cosmic microwave background radiation $\rho^4$ leads to a perturbative interpretation of the cosmological constant as the mass of a soft graviton. The mass of a soft graviton can be extracted from the curvature $\phi^4$ by the non-perturbative use of the local solution of the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet equation. The Sun's graviton de Sitter space is then decomposed into soft and solid parts. The soft parts of the Sun's space are then measured by using the new method of the Gauss-Bonnet method, which is known to be compatible with the Dirac equation. The soft parts of the Sun's space are then measured if the mass of a soft graviton is $m\approx 3.3\