reply to post by TeraBlight
As energy levels are increased, there ARE DETECTABLE perturbations
in local "space" and disturbances within the movement of the by-products
of a collision event that COULD be used to determine a
"Pattern of Increasing or Accelerating Change" that could indicate
that a watershed event horizon is being approached...
As I said, I'm not familiar with this concept - which isn't surprising, I haven't followed quantum gravity at all recently. Could you point me to
some papers that elaborate on this?
This is the best paper I could find where
I COULD INTERPRET THE DATA WITH SOME
SEMBLANCE OF LUCIDITY which explains
what I think could be used as a "Measuring Device"
to find possible danger points in high-energy collisions.
MY INTERPRETATION OF THIS PAPER
(WHICH MIGHT STILL BE WRONG OR MISUNDERSTOOD):
This paper explores that there could be disturbances created
at specific energies that basically changes the potential
inertia of particles as they travel through "vacuum" on
a non-linear basis - i.e. it's not just the gravity of other
"Objects" or other "Mass" that's changing the "speed" of
a particle or object through space but some other more
fundamental forces that are exerting some "pull" and
it is this disturbance in acceleration that can be measured
as a difference between the predicted rate of acceleration
of particles versus the observed rates of acceleration
TAKING INTO ACCOUNT the known principles/effects
of mass attraction (er...Gravity)
calculated at even Planck-length scales.
POSSIBLE USE AS A FAILURE POINT INDICATOR AT THE LHC:
When energy levels are increased on a linear basis, if the observed
particle/byproduct acceleration changes/distortions/disturbances happen
on a correspondingly NON-LINEAR (i.e. more random) basis, then
the more of a possibility that a fundamental limit or event horizon is
being approached as the by-products of a high-energy collision event
fly through local space/time.
TITLE AND LINK TO PAPER:
A Brief Summary (Ha!) of Electromagnetic Quantum Gravity