Submissions from J. D. Martinez

[1]  faKiv:1912.08260 [pdf]
The two-point function approximation and the perturbative model for non-relativistic quantum fields
Comments: LaTeX2e, 42 pages, 3 figures

We study the two-point function approximation (PFA) for non-relativistic quantum fields in the presence of a local gauge group and a gauge-fixing term. We discuss the effect of a local gauge-fixing term and a gauge-fixing term of the form of fermions of the gauge group, which gives rise to a perturbative model with a Gaussian background. Using the perturbative model for non-relativistic quantum fields, we show that the two-point function approximation (PFA) is a valid approximation, and that it is within the reach of the experimental setup of the same order. Although the perturbative model is not suitable for studying the distribution of perturbative quantities at the quantum level, it allows us to evaluate the two-point function in terms of the Hamiltonian of the perturbative model, which is a quantum theory with Gaussian background. The perturbative model is a test of the equivalence between the Gaussian background and the gauge-fixing theory.

[2]  faKiv:1912.08284 [pdf]
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 $q$.

[3]  faKiv:1912.08449 [pdf]
The curvature of the black hole space-time: a new approach to the problem of the cosmological constant problem
Comments: 37 pages, 1 figure; v2: typos corrected

We consider the curvature of a black hole space-time in the presence of a background field, and show that this curvature oscillates linearly as a function of the background field's momentum and the curvature of the black hole space-time. This in turn turns can be used to derive the cosmological constant problem for the black hole.

[4]  faKiv:1912.08584 [pdf]
Dark Matter from a Massive Graviton
Comments: 5 pages, 1 figure, v2: minor changes, references added

We consider the massive graviton-like scalar field of massless gravitons, which is capable of interacting with the matter of a massive graviton and of being fed by the multibillion-electron potential of a massive graviton. The scalar field propagates in the multibillion-electron potential of the graviton, and has a kinetic term which has a cusp component of mass $M_p$, and a non-vanishing cusp component of mass $M_q$. We compute the mass of the scalar scalar field and the corresponding potential by considering the processes that allow the scalar field to undergo a lightening phase in the presence of a massive graviton. We find that the scalar scalar field is of the order of the mass of a massive graviton and the corresponding potential is of the order of the mass of a graviton. The theory is given by the lens of a massive graviton. We also study the type of scalar scalar fields and the energy density of the scalar scalar scalar fields in the presence of a massive graviton.

[5]  faKiv:1912.08619 [pdf]
Introduction to Non-perturbative Gravity
Comments: 25 pages, 6 figures

We present a non-perturbative explanation of the dynamics of non-perturbative gravity. We treat the Lagrangian as a function of the standard model parameters and derive the equations of motion of non-perturbative gravity. We study the effects of a non-perturbative scalar field on the dynamics of the theory. The effects of a non-perturbative scalar field on the temperature, the number of degrees of freedom, and the curvature of the scalar field are discussed. The results obtained here are compared to some recent results for non-perturbative gravity.

[6]  faKiv:1912.08625 [pdf]
Higgs mechanism of the Higgs mechanism of the gauge-Higgs mechanism
Comments: 12 pages, 5 figures

The Higgs mechanism of the gauge-Higgs mechanism is studied in the context of a cosmological constant that is also a Higgsian. The second derivative of the HID equation is obtained and the Higgs mechanism is determined in the empty spacetime. We demonstrate that the Higgs mechanism of the gauge-Higgs mechanism is induced by the Higgs mechanism of the gauge-Higgs mechanism or the Higgs mechanism of the gauge-Higgs mechanism. In the empty spacetime, the Higgs mechanism of the gauge-Higgs mechanism is then generated by the Higgs mechanism of the gauge-Higgs mechanism.

[7]  faKiv:1912.08668 [pdf]
F-theory from Hamiltonian-Kurzschild theory
Comments: 12 pages, revtex4, minor revisions

We reconstruct the F-theory compactification of a class of non-trivial point-like conformal superfields in de Sitter space, using the extension of the Hamiltonian-Kurzschild theory with the Hamiltonian-Kurzschild. The results, which are obtained from the de Sitter spacetime geometry, and which are consistent with the F-theory-Kurzschild-Schmidt-Kraemer duality, are discussed in the context of the two-point functional Klein-Gordon model, and in the context of the Hamiltonian-Kurzschild theory.

[8]  faKiv:1912.08672 [pdf]
The Isotopic Integrity of the Full-Length Higgs Yang-Mills Model
Comments: 29 pages, 0 figure

We investigate the existence of a non-perturbative solution of the full-length Higgs model in the presence of gravity. In particular, we study the effects of a scalar field on the Higgs condensate, a weakly non-local field, and a weakly local field. We find that the scalar field, in the presence of gravity, is always the one that minimizes the momentum of the Higgs condensate and is therefore always the lowest energy state of the Higgs condensate. We solve the equation of state condition and find the weakly local field. We also present the result that the Higgs condensate is always the one that is of the lowest energy state and that the Higgs condensate is always the one that minimizes the momentum of the Higgs condensate.

[9]  faKiv:1912.08737 [pdf]
Black hole kinetic energy in non-perturbative analysis
Comments: 17 pages, 12 figures, minor revision, to be published in PLB

We consider the dynamics of a Lorenz black hole in two dimensions and compute its kinetic energy in this case with respect to its non-perturbative counterpart. The non-perturbative case is studied in the presence of a non-perturbative clock, the clock that is sensitive to the direction of the black hole's motion. We compute a Poincare's constant $m$ and find that it is the same as the kinetic energy of the black hole, except that it is proportional to $m\leq 1/m$ and $m\leq 1/m$ is the same as $m\leq \mathcal{O}( \mathcal{O}( \mathcal{O}( \frac{ \mathcal{O} \mathcal{O} )$, where $\mathcal{O}$ is the Lorenz gauge group. This result is shown to be consistent with the Lorenz black hole kinetic energy, which is the same as the kinetic energy of the black hole.

[10]  faKiv:1912.08817 [pdf]
On the quantum phase transition in a non-equilibrium quantum field theory
Comments: 13 pages, LaTeX, 4 figures

In non-equilibrium quantum mechanics, the quantum phase transition is a non-equilibrium process in which a point particle is either trapped in the phase of a non-equilibrium quantum field theory or is excited by a quantum field theory. We show that a quantum phase transition can occur in the presence of a cross-over current. However, in the presence of a cross-over current, the quantum phase transition is unstable and must be used with care. We discuss the implications of this conclusion for the possibility of a phase transition in the context of the quantum phase transition in a non-equilibrium field theory.

[11]  faKiv:1912.08854 [pdf]
The weak gravity condition for gravitationally acting black holes
Comments: 29 pages, v2: references added, matches published version

The weak gravity condition for gravitationally acting black holes is proven for any non-trivial massless scalar fields. A simplified form of this condition is then applied to the gravitationally acting black holes in the presence of an infinite-range scalar field.