Submitted: 2023-05-12_19:43:04 Z.

Earth Natural Magnetic Resonances in Quantum Gravity Experiments

Author: Anton IssinskiID


Nuclear magnetic resonances in the Earths oceanic waters that involve about 10+35 coherently precessing protons have been observed. This natural phenomena may exhibit effects that reside at both quantum and gravitational scales. Here we discuss a possibility of experimental measurement of an asymmetry of the gravitational field created by a polarized quantum particle by analyzing a correlation between the discovered oceanic proton resonances and data from existing gravitational wave observatories.

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Physics Subject Headings (PhySH):

Research Area / Gravitation / Gravitational waves / Gravitational wave sources

Gravitation, Cosmology and Astrophysics

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Issinski, A. (2023). Earth Natural Magnetic Resonances in Quantum Gravity Experiments.