Universality of the self gravitational potential energy of any fundamental particle
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Using the relation proposed by Weinberg in 1972, combining quantum and cosmological parameters, we prove that the self gravitational potential energy of any fundamental particle is a quantum, with physical properties independent of the mass of the particle. It is a universal quantum of gravitational energy, and its physical properties depend only on the cosmological scale factor R and the physical constants ℏ and c. We propose a modification of the Weinberg’s relation, keeping the same numerical value, but substituting the cosmological parameter H/c by 1/R.
KeywordsCosmology Quantum mechanics Gravitational energy Cosmological scale factor Weinberg’s relation
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