@article{Persinger_2015, title={The Graviton: An Emergent Solution From The Equivalence of Universal Magnetic Field Intensity and Radiant Flux Density}, volume={10}, url={https://rajpub.com/index.php/jap/article/view/1318}, DOI={10.24297/jap.v10i3.1318}, abstractNote={<p>Measurements have shown an inverse association between natural electromagnetic intensities and irradiance from background photons. In general for every ~10<sup>-12</sup> W·m<sup>-2 </sup>increase in photon radiant flux densitythere was a1 nT decrease in intensity of the ambient static (geo-)magnetic field. Dimensional equivalence of the two quantities required the latter to be multiplied by ~10<sup>-3</sup> A·s<sup>-1</sup>. Assuming ~10<sup>79</sup> particles universally, each with a unit charge, the rest mass of that particle would be ~10<sup>-65</sup> kg or the median solution for the graviton. On the bases of the calculations and conceptual inferences, entanglement phenomena across the space-time that defines the universe could be mediated by a gravitational field whose quantized component, the mass of a graviton, when expressed as the square of the hypothetical entanglement velocity, <strong>is</strong> light.This velocity (10<sup>23</sup> mÂ·s<sup>-1</sup>) is derivable from independent approaches that require the consideration of the universe as a single set. If this inference derived form empirical measurements is valid, then there is additional evidence that excess correlation and entanglement of photons anywhere in the universe is mediated by quantized components of a gravitational field that is contained within the total spatial and temporal boundaries.</p>}, number={3}, journal={JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN PHYSICS}, author={Persinger, Michael A}, year={2015}, month={Sep.}, pages={2811–2815} }