Topological Interplay between Knots and Entangled Vortex-Membranes

Abstract

In this paper, the Kelvin wave and knot dynamics are studied on three dimensional smoothly deformed entangled vortex-membranes in five dimensional space. Owing to the existence of local Lorentz invariance and diffeomorphism invariance, in continuum limit gravity becomes an emergent phenomenon on 3 + 1 dimensional zero-lattice (a lattice of projected zeroes): on the one hand, the deformed zero-lattice can be denoted by curved space-time for knots; on the other hand, the knots as topological defect of 3 + 1 dimensional zero-lattice indicates matter may curve space-time. This work would help researchers to understand the mystery in gravity

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