Confinement and Asymptotic Freedom in a Purely Geometric Framework

Attilio Maccari


The most important properties of strong interactions, confinement and asymptotic freedom, can be explained in a purely geometric way, using a non-local modification of the general relativity. At the same time, the dichotomy matter-field of the Einstein equation is eliminated and the physical world is described only by means of a unified field. Hadrons can be identified with “strong†black holes. The uncertainty principle emerges naturally in this model as consequence of the non-local modification of the General Relativity.




General relativity

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