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      A New Interpretation of the Origin of Gravity and Conceptual Foundations of Newtonian mechanics at the Micro Level

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      gravity; dark matter; dark energy; Newtonian mechanics; motion


            Because Newton's gravity and Einstein's general theory of relativity are macroscopic gravitational theories, therefore, this paper attempts to establish a set of quantum gravity theory of the microscopic expression of Newton's and Einstein's theory of gravity to make up for the shortcomings of the existing macro-gravity theory at the micro level, and further develop the macroscopic gravity theory into the microscopic field. Based on the cognition of the field theory model, from the general assumption, space-time is further regarded as an ideal fluid, from the perspective of the distribution of ideal fluid density, this paper derives the Newton's universal gravitational equation and Einstein's general relativity equation. On the micro level, the gravitational field is further interpreted as a gradient field of space-time density; the Newtonian potential is further interpreted as the density of an object at the micro level; gravity is further interpreted as the potential pressure(space-time pressure) exhibited by the gradient of the density of the object at the micro level; flection space-time is further interpreted as the embodiment of the gradient distribution of the ideal fluid (space-time) density at the micro level. Therefore, this paper establishes a new set of quantum gravity theory, which can solve some pain points in the theory of macroscopic gravity. At the same time, based on the new interpretation of Newton's mechanics concept foundation based on field theory, this paper also proposes a new paradigm theory independent of Newtonian mechanics and analytical mechanics, which can solve some pain points in Newtonian mechanics and analytical mechanics.


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            14 November 2019
            [1 ] Yunnan Institute of Modern Physics

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            General relativity & Quantum cosmology,Theoretical physics,Classical mechanics
            gravity; dark matter; dark energy; Newtonian mechanics; motion


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