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Holeum in the Century of Gravitation
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Author(s)
A. L. Chavda, L. K. Chavda
KEYWORDS
Cosmic rays, dark matter, diffuse galactic gamma ray background, gamma ray bursts, gravitational waves, Hawking radiation, Holeum, Ice Cube, LIGO.
ABSTRACT
An exactly solvable effective model of quantum gravity is reviewed here. It is based on the conjecture that Primordial Black Holes may have formed stable gravitational atoms called Holeums in the early universe. A remarkable prediction of this model is th
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