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The main role in quantum gravity can be played by the uncertainty principle
, where
is the gravitational radius,
is the radial coordinate,
is the Planck length. This uncertainty principle is another form of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle between momentum and coordinate as applied to the Planck scale. Indeed, this ratio can be written as follows:
, where
is the gravitational constant,
is body mass,
is the speed of light,
is the reduced Planck constant. Reducing identical constants from two sides, we get the Heisenberg's uncertainty principle
. Uncertainty principle
predicts the appearance of virtual black holes and wormholes (quantum foam) on the Planck scale.
Is such a form of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle possible?
Is such a form of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle possible?