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In Favor Of A Newtonian Quantum Gravity

L. Diósi, B. Lukács
Published 1987 · Physics

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We list arguments for creating a unified theory of Newtonian Gravity and Quantum Mechanics. This nonrelativistic level has been historically bypassed, however even here one is confronted with conceptional problems anticipating some features of Relativistic Quantum Gravity. Bearing in mind Wigner's famous analysis on measurabilitity in the relativistic case here a genuine uncertainty of the Newton potential is verified, leading to the breakdown of the Schrodinger equation when leaving microscopic regions. Fur eine Newtonsche quantisierte Gravitation Wir geben eine Reihe von Argumenten fur eine Vereinigung von Newtonscher Gravitationstheorie und Quantenmechanik. Dieser Schritt im Nichtrelativistischen wurde historisch umgangen. Man wird jedoch auch hier mit konzeptionellen Problemen konfrontiert, die Zuge der relativistischen Quantengravitation tragen. Unter Beachtung von Wigners beruhmter Analyse der Mesbarkeit im relativistischen Fall wird hier eine allgemeine Unbestimmtheit des Newtonschen Potentials verifiziert, die zu einem Zusammenbruch der Schrodingergleichung fuhrt, wenn mikroskopische Regionen verlassen werden.



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