I assert that gravitons, a particle composed of equal numbers of fundamental electrinos and positrinos (one or more pairs) have already been detected. In most of the universe gravitons are in a superfluid phase potentially with a geometric foam or lattice structure.
If you will allow me to explain, here are several of what I think ARE graviton detections, with incorrect narratives.
- Weak force :: graviton condensate electric field.
- Strong force :: graviton condensate magnetic field.
- Higgs, W’s, Z :: interactions of graviton condensate with standard matter.
- Vacuum expectation and pair production :: decay of gravitons to photons and standard matter-energy.
- Galaxy rotation curves :: matter-energy conversion to gravitons inside SMBH and emission/jetting of same as plasma creating a graviton superfluid spacetime outflow.
- Inflation :: Planck plasma jet or bang from SMBH causes inflation.
- Photon :: photons pass through graviton superfluid spacetime with very low drag.
- Mass :: Lossless exchange of energy between matter-energy and graviton superfluid spacetime , manifested in a potential energy footprint of gravitational waves around matter-energy.
- Gravity :: temperature (energy) gradient in the superfluid spacetime.
- Cosmological Redshift :: Ultra low spacetime superfluid drag on photons.
- Gravitational lensing :: refraction due to permittivity change in high energy superfluid spacetime.
- Curved spacetime :: due to permittivity, permeability, and fine structure variable change in high energy graviton superfluid..
- CMB :: decay of gravitons into photons and standard matter-energy
- Experiments and narrative attributed to Big Bang :: this could be recast into the Planck plasma emission journey from inside of an SMBH to jet or bang.
So you see, a lot of my ideas are straightforward narrative rethinking.
Also as a fun exercise, try suspending disbelief, and go apply these ideas to the wiki article on unsolved problems in physics. By my count more than 20 of those problems fall to this narrative.
I hope this is helpful, or at least interesting to imagine. If folks see something way off, please point it out. I understand it is easy to delude oneself, but it looks like straightforward physics to me. I don’t see any woo.
J Mark Morris