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Rostislav F Polishchuk*

- Astro Space Center of the Lebedev Physics Institute of Russian, Russia

**Received:** April 12, 2018; **Published:** April 27, 2018

***Corresponding author: ** Rostislav F Polishchuk, Astro Space Center of the Lebedev Physics Institute of Russian, Academy of SciencesLeninskii pr. 53, Moscow, 119991 Russia, Tel: 79164595680; Email: rpol@asc.rssi.ru

**DOI:** 10.26717/BJSTR.2018.04.001007

Local and non-local integral conservation laws in the Riemann-Cartan spaces are given. Hypothesis of the friedmons as dark matter particles is proposed. The mass of friedmon is near 10^{9}*GeV* and the symmetry group is dual for SU(2)one.

**Keywords:** Non-Local Integral Conservation Laws; Tetrad Currents; Planckian Density of the Original De Sitter World; Spin-Mass; Hypothesis of Friedmons as Dark Matter Particles

Gravitational field as some gauge field is a connection. The metric of the expanding Universe is near to de Sitter one. The Casmir operators in this case contain the combination of the spin and mass or spin-massas total parameter with physical significance due to the mixing of the spin-mass components by action of the de Sitter group SO(1,4) transformations [1].For example in the theory of super gravity with two complex Grassmanian values physical significance have eight real coordinates only (or four complex ones-with imaginary time and two space null coordinates) due to its mixing by the expanded Poincare group transformations. The Einstein equations connect masses with Riemannian curvature of space-time (events world for Minkowski). In frame of the Einstein- Cartan theory the spin-mass must be connected with the Riemann- Cartan space with the curvature and the torsion of the manifold of events [2-4].

There are 16 equations with the non-symmetric Einstein tensor *g _{μv}* and the spin tensor

Here Σ_{a}(s_{a}) are three equidistant cuts* s _{a}= const* of the world

For example for proton There is possible give also the local integral conservation low with aid the part *δde _{a}* (the codifferential of the differential of the tetrad) in the Einstein tensor, contracted with the tetrad giving the tetrad current

formulas with the Gibbons-Hawking Lagrangian[8]:

Now let us discuss the gravitational energy problem. These arch of the gravitational energy-momentum pseudo-tensor [9,10] was the mistake: its dependence on a choice of coordinates deprives it of the physical significance since - this significance has a frame of reference only as an additional invariant structure on the spacetime. It is impossible introduce the Diracequations in the Riemann- Cartanspace sand to solve the gravitational energy problem with out the lowering from the metric level to the tetradone. Even the accelerating frame of reference in the flat space-time permits us due to the Einstein equivalency principle to speak about nontrivial gravitation field (without the acceleration) with the gravitational energy -*g*^{2} /8πG (where g is the acceleration of the free full) and with the nontrivial Gibbons-Hawking Lagrangian. Einstein received the correct total energy of the island physical system due to using the asymptotically Cartesian frame of referent in the neighborhood of the space infinity [11]. Here the Cartesian coordinates are primary as equal to real translations. My teacher Abraham Leonidovich Zelmanov(1913-1887) has been searching unsuccessfully the chronometric invariant gravitational pseudotensor by the undetermined coefficients method. He introduced the monad vector field and the set of the integral time-like world lines as a frame of reference. Tetrad field includes the monad field, and the difference ^{}*t _{0μ} = S_{0μ} - T_{0μ}* gives desired quantity.

There is interesting to note the Steven Weinbergpseudo- tensor[12]as the difference between energy-momentum tensor and the nonlinear parts of the Einstein tensor. But both the indices remained coordinate. Tetrad current is the analogical difference but our contracting of the energy-momentum tensor with the tetrad potential is an analog of the member *A _{μ}J^{μ}* in frame of the electrodynamics. This approach we named as

We propose introduce the gauge constraints for the vacuum background: that Г (connection module "gamma") be the sum of the product of the 12 complex Penrose spin coefficients [14] and complex conjugated ones. Condition Г = min gives primary frame of reference and corresponding physical vacuum. Vacuum is not in variant under the Lorentz transformations. Due to this noninvariance on tell about non-localization of the gravitational energy. We introduce the requirement as the Riemann-canonicalgauge for gravitational theory. In this case we have then normal local integral conservation laws in gravity. We have the Bianchi identities and we introduce the six constraints on the *canonical tetrad:*

Now we have the six closed 2-forms *R _{ab} (dR_{ab} =* 0) and local integral conservation laws for the canonical tetrad currents for the canonical tetrad field. The time-form e

The second term gives nontrivial gravity and the last term
- the gravitational radiation. The Gibbons-Hawking Lagrangian implies the density of the Hamiltonian as a partial divergence [11]. Integration in the de Sitter world (the set of the 3-spheres with empty cluster set) implies the trivial total mass-energy. There is important that Einstein tensor and energy-momentum tensor (directly proportional to the cosmological term) are non trivial and conserving. The Einstein-Cartane quations admit the next interpretation: the geometry of the space-time compensates the matter by the Riemannian curvature and the Cartan torsion. The string theory implies the string additions (that must be carried over right part of equations) that are important in origin of the Big Bang [15] (lowerl - the string length, *α'* - the inclination of the Regge trajectory):

Here is string addition for the de-Sitter world. If the cosmological term ( Λ = 3/ *a ^{2}* ) is absent,then it will be arise. The curvature radius must be changed with vacuum transformation when it gives it s mass to the mass-energy of the matter. The geometric empty is forbidden by the quantum mechanics, and any real physical vacuum implies the nontrivial geometry. The de Sitter world is the physical system with the conserving nontrivial scalar matter field. In conclusion we present the friedmons hypothesis as dark matter particles [16]. There is easy find the connection between the gravitational radius of the Sun

We propose that the symmetry group for the friedmon is the dual *SU(2*). In Standard model the particles with symmetry groups *SU(3), U(1)are* stable, but for the dual symmetry groups the particle with dual *SU(2)* group are stable only [17,18]. The interaction between the particles relating to the basic and the dual symmetry groups may be gravitational one only. The friedmons are heavy be- lepton formations with the quark type confinement. We propose that the Lemaitre atom after the transformation of the topological energetic modes into oscillation ones transmitted its mass to the ordinary substance. Even if the particle of dust gives its mass mto the de Sitter vacuum then we will receive the de Sitter world with the curvature radius a and the density *ρ: 2π ^{2}a^{3}ρ = m.* For the Universe with its isotropy on the grand sizes its transformation into the scalar field (the de Sitter world) will be occur after the decay of the all elementary particles. May be there was the approximate equality of the total masses of the particles and dual particles with the hypothetical Grand Unification group as a product of the E8 on the dual one, containing the Standard model groups and dual groups as sub groups. The following evolution reduced to the predominance of the dark matter before the ordinary one. The future quantum gravity theory will give here the final answer.

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