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Stationary Super-Gravitational States

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ABSTRACT

The string background AdS7XS4 is adopted and the early universe is modeled in the eleven dimensional SUGRA theory that is dual to this background. Specifically the ground state of the vacuum is associated with an arbitrary distribution of closed, spin-2 strings, and excited states are modeled as geometric combinations of individual strings. Combinations or combining iterations are, by hypothesis, admissible or geometric if each iteration intrinsically incorporates the metrical scale that is assigned to the individual spin-2 string. It is demonstrated that a generalization of this process, if appropriately calibrated, establishes theoretical fermionic masses that correspond approximately to observed values. The proposed model also predicts a new quark of mass .

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J. Towe, "Stationary Super-Gravitational States," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 2 No. 1, 2011, pp. 36-39. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2011.21007.

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