April 4, 2014
graviton, photon, relativity, Blueshift, pair production, color-charge, magnetism color, negative and positive virtual photon, QED, QCD, interactions, broken symmetric, spin, electromagnetic, Zero point energy, Dirac equation, Hawking radiation,
At the beginning of the 20th century, Newton’s second law was corrected considering the limit speed c and the relativistic mass. If we ignore the zero rest mass and modify the relativistic Newton’s second law, then much better and more real physical phenomena would be explainable. The speed of the created particles is a function of the internal interaction and the mechanism of creation of subatomic particles, and the external forces that are exerted on them. Quantum gravity using the gauge interaction of a spin-2 field for graviton fails to work the way that the photon and other gauge bosons do. Maxwell's equations always admit a spin-1, linear wave, but Einstein's equations rarely admit a spin-2, linear wave, and when they do it is not exact. However, in the present article the photon is made of gravitons. To resolve this problem, according to gravitational blueshift we need explain this process is using color charged and magnetic color concept that derived from quantum chromodynamics and photon properties for gravitons .