# Thread: An equation for quantum gravity

1. ## An equation for quantum gravity

I thought of an equation for quantum gravity . This is as follows :

Consider 'm' is the mass of a body with velocity 'v' , where 'g' is quantum-gravity applied on mass 'm' ; 'd' is the distance of the mass 'm' from the c.g of other masses which is causing the gravity field 'g' .

Principle followed here is , total energy of a mass = total potential energy + total kinetic energy .

Here total energy of mass 'm' is m*c^2 [as per Einstein's Equation] .

Total potential energy is mgd .

Total kinetic energy is (1/2)mv^2 .

So, mc^2 = mgd + (1/2)mv^2

or, gd = c^2 - (1/2)v^2 .

or, g = ( c^2 - (1/2)v^2 ) / d .

or, g = ( 2c^2 - v^2 ) / 2d .

This 'g' value can represent the quantum-gravity .

2. Originally Posted by hansda
I thought of an equation for quantum gravity . This is as follows :

Consider 'm' is the mass of a body with velocity 'v' , where 'g' is quantum-gravity applied on mass 'm' ; 'd' is the distance of the mass 'm' from the c.g of other masses which is causing the gravity field 'g' .

Principle followed here is , total energy of a mass = total potential energy + total kinetic energy .

Here total energy of mass 'm' is m*c^2 [as per Einstein's Equation] .

Total potential energy is mgd .

Total kinetic energy is (1/2)mv^2 .

So, mc^2 = mgd + (1/2)mv^2

or, gd = c^2 - (1/2)v^2 .

or, g = ( c^2 - (1/2)v^2 ) / d .

or, g = ( 2c^2 - v^2 ) / 2d .

This 'g' value can represent the quantum-gravity .
How is this ''quantum gravity''?

From a quantum gravity perspective, I'd rather believe in some equation of the EFE's which are directly linked to some quantum effects, maybe some $\hbar$'s stuck in there, along with some other quantum ''things''.

I don't see how this has anything to do with quantum effects, more less than a quantum gravitational theory?

Can you explain in some more detail?

3. A good example of some gravity theories becoming ''quantized'' is perhaps the Hawking Radiation.

4. The total energy of a mass that has kinetic energy is not $mc^2$.

There's nothing quantum about anything in the opening post, which has many errors.

I have moved this thread to the cesspool where it belongs.

hansda: please don't post rubbish like this in the science forums again. Thanks.

5. Originally Posted by Squared
How is this ''quantum gravity''?
For a quantum particle , in addition to mass ; it will have a charge and motion . So, the quantum particle will be subjected to quantum-gravity , electrical force and magnetic force . These electrical force and magnetic force will be having additional components in the Total Potential Energy of the quantum particle . So , quantum-gravity for a charged particle can be calculated accordingly . My earlier equation in the previous post was for a charge-less mass .

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