Quantum Effects in the Type II Superconductor that Lead to Power Radiated in Gravitational Waves
- Pp. 74-104 (31)Glen A. Robertson
Quantum effects on the Planck scale in the Type II superconductor have the potential for new phenomena stemming from high internal energies associated with symmetry breaking phase transitions, which can give Planck time energy fluctuations of ~6x10<sup>24</sup> [J/s] per coherent electron pair in association with the Ginzburg-Landau (GL) scalar field across Josephson junctions; whereby, the Ginzburg-Landau (GL) scalar field provides a medium for producing interactions among quantum energy fluctuations and quantum gravity fields during rapid phase transitions. It is calculated that laboratory scale apparatus could produce radiated Planck scale energies or quantum gravitational waves on the order of 10<sup>-5</sup> [J] per coherent electron pair with gravitational energy absorption on the human scale (i.e., measurable effect) of 10<sup>-4</sup> [J].