Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology, P.O. Box 11155–9161, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran
*Corresponding Author: Omid Akhavan, Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology, P.O. Box 11155–9161, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran.
Received: February 15, 2022; Published: March 31, 2022
Some of the most fundamental questions of physicists are what the universe is constructed by, or why the building blocks of our universe (i.e., the elementary particles) present so particular characteristics (e.g., particular mass, electrical charge, and/or spin). In this work, for the first time, we have demonstrated that all properties of electron (as the most fundamental spin-1/2 elementary particle having the smallest allowed electrical charge/mass of our universe) are correlated to each other and would be automatically created, just by assuming the black hole and quantum physics principles, along with an improvement for the Newtonian gravitational field at Planck scales. This assumption results in considering an internal structure, including a closed string-like form with a radius of Planck length, light speed rotational velocity, and more charge dispersion against mass aggregation, for an electron black hole having energetic jets (the nomination for spin). Based on this internal structure, the other spin-1/2 elementary particles (i.e., muon and tau leptons from one side and quarks and neutrinos from another side) are the other transformations of Planck-scale electron black hole (i.e., a dramatically unification in physics). Consistent with the standard model of elementary particles, our proposed model can also predict the allowed numbers of particles at each spin. Surprisingly, it was found that only one spin-2 particle without any electrical charge and/or mass (a nomination for graviton) can satisfy the Planck-scale black hole conditions, after spin-1/2 electron. We strongly believe that the use of the Planck-scale black hole concept in elementary particle physics can shed light on various open questions in physics, and further develop our knowledge about the universe.
Keywords: Planck Particles; Hawking Radiation; Micro Black Holes; Elementary Particles; Standard Model
Citation: Omid Akhavan.“The Universe Creation by Electron Quantum Black Holes". Acta Scientific Applied Physics 2.4 (2022): 34-45.
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