Sunday, May 2, 2021

Quantum Effects in Gravitational Waves

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Recorded: 2020/10/01 Released: 2021/05/02

Jim and Randy discuss two proposals for experiments that would be sensitive to a quantum particle of gravity. Unlike electromagnetism where the quanitzation of matter requires a photon field, the quantization of matter does not require quantized gravitons.
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1. The papers we read for this program:
2. Other papers mention in this podcast:
  • Dyson, F. "Is a Graviton Detectable?." Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 28, 1330041 (2013). [pdf
  • Feynman, R., "The Quantum Theory of Gravitation." Acta Phys.Polon. 24 (1963) 697-722 24, 697 (1963).
3. Related Episodes of Physics Frontiers:
4. Randy mentioned our first podcast, Physics FM where we were discussing Aharonov and Rohrlich's Quantum Paradoxes.
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