# Roman BaudrimontEntro-π Fluid Group · Entro-π Fluid Group

Roman Baudrimont

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Introduction

French autodidact in physics, I followed multiple physics courses in my language as well as in English. I started my work at 16 in Academia, working on general relativity. Over time, my research has turned to a unifying theory of gravity, based on fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and information theory.
Since then, I have been able to start multiple scientific collaborations.

## Publications

Publications (23)

The purpose of this paper is to find a quantum formulation of entropic gravity, incorporating the bijective theory. In a first part, we will describe the basis of the bijective theory. In a second part, we will incorporate the stress energy quantum tensor defined in the linear approximation of the Einstein’s equation in its quantum version to entro...

Our goal in this paper is to study the relationship between the linear approximation of Einstein's equations to the Klein-Gordon’s equation. The part one presents what the Klein-Gordon’s equation and the integration of the theory of quantum information in it. The Part two deals with the Stress Energy tensor quantum, wherein the detail I linearized...

This paper is to summarize the involvement of the stress energy tensor in the study of fluid mechanics. In the first part we will see the implication that carries the stress energy tensor in the framework of general relativity. In the second part, we will study the stress energy tensor under the mechanics of perfect fluids, allowing us to lead thir...

This is the presentation of our the research group intitled Entro-π Fluid Group - http://entropyfluid.yo.fr/ -. The research group is working mainly on quantum gravity, but not only. We work on many areas of research. Our group is open to new scientific members. I invite you to contact me if you wish to join us.

The purpose of this paper is to find a quantum formulation of entropic gravity, incorporating the bijective theory. In a first part, we will describe the basis of the bijective theory. In a second part, we will incorporate the stress energy quantum tensor defined in the linear approximation of the Einstein’s equation in its quantum version to entro...

The purpose of this paper is to show a new approach to unify the theory of general relativity and quantum physics. For this, we rely on thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and the theory of information. We will then see that the Shannon entropy, Boltzmann and Von Neumann can be the source of gravity, which would be a form emerging. For this, we will st...

This paper is to summarize the involvement of the stress energy tensor in the study of fluid mechanics. In the first part we will see the implication that carries the stress energy tensor in the framework of general relativity. In the second part, we will study the stress energy tensor under the mechanics of perfect fluids, allowing us to lead thir...

Our goal in this paper is to study the relationship between the linear approximation of Einstein's equations to the Klein-Gordon’s equation. The part one presents what the Klein-Gordon’s equation and the integration of the theory of quantum information in it. The Part two deals with the Stress Energy tensor quantum, wherein the detail I linearized...

The power point "Entropic Gravity and the Space-Time Fluid" is a complete and accurate summary of all my research articles. It is itself considered a scientific article in its own right.
It is currently composed of a summary, an introduction, 4 separate parts which consists of several sub-parts, as well as a general conclusion, a slide presenting...

Warning ! The PDF version was created for people who can not read .pptx file
It is advisable to read the .pptx version first before starting with the PDF version
http://entropyfluid.e-monsite.com/pages/my-scientific-articles-mes-articles-scientifiques/entropic-gravity-and-the-space-time-fluid.html
The power point "Entropic Gravity and the Space-T...

Voici mon CV en français à jour du 12/02/2019. Il contient mes compétences professionnelles en physique et management.

This is my CV to date at this date (12/02/2019). It contains my professional experience in the field of accounting and physics.

Notre objectif dans ce papier (partiel) est d'étudier le lien qui existe entre l'approximation linéaire des équations d'Einstein (ou approximation des champs faibles) à l'équation de Klein-Gordon. La partie 1 présente ce qu'est l'équation de Klein-Gordon ainsi que l'intégration de la théorie de l'information quantique en son sein. La partie 2 trait...

Our goal in this paper (partial) is to study the relationship between the linear approximation of Einstein's equations (or linearized gravity) to the Klein-Gordon equation. Part 1 presents what the Klein-Gordon equation and the integration of the theory of quantum information in it. Part 2 deals with the Stress Energy tensor quantum, wherein the de...

Guide écrit à l'attention du groupe « Astronomie, astrophysique et physique quantique » par Thomas Boisson. Le partage est bien entendu encouragé.

This paper aims to summarize the main concepts to know in Astrophysics. The author is Thomas Boisson, from Astronomie, Astrophysique, Physique Quantique group Facebook.

This post, written by Thomas Boisson for the group Astrophysique, astronomie, physique quantique on Facebook, summarizes all the major problems of physics that are still to be solved.
https://www.facebook.com/notes/astrophysiqueastronomiephysique-quantique-lhc-/pour-naviguer-sur-le-groupe/693639934061108

Ce post, écrit par Thomas Boisson pour le groupe Astrophysique, astronomie, physique quantique sur Facebook, résume tous les problèmes majeurs de la physique actuelle qui sont encore à résoudre.
https://www.facebook.com/notes/astrophysiqueastronomiephysique-quantique-lhc-/pour-naviguer-sur-le-groupe/693639934061108

Ce papier vise à résumer l’implication du tenseur énergie impulsion dans l’étude de la mécanique des fluides. Dans la première partie, nous verrons l’implication que porte le tenseur énergie impulsion dans le cadre de la relativité générale. Dans une seconde partie, nous étudieront le tenseur énergie impulsion dans le cadre de la mécanique des flui...

Abstrat:This paper is to summarize the involvement of the energy-momentum tensor in the study of fluid mechanics. In the first part we will see the implication that carries the energy-momentum tensor in the framework of general relativity. In the second part, we will study the energy-momentum tensor under the mechanics of perfect fluids, allowing u...

Voici un guide de mécanique quantique, écrit par Thomas Boisson, journaliste scientfique et publié sur le groupe Facebook "Astrophysique, Astronomie et Physique Quantique". En voici par ailleurs son site :
https://trustmyscience.com/
https://www.facebook.com/notes/astrophysiqueastronomiephysique-quantique-lhc-/pour-naviguer-sur-le-groupe/69363993...

Here is a guide to quantum mechanics, written by Thomas Boisson, a scientist journalist and published on the Facebook group "Astrophysique, astronomie, physique quantique". Here is also his site:
https://trustmyscience.com/
https://www.facebook.com/notes/astrophysiqueastronomiephysique-quantique-lhc-/pour-naviguer-sur-le-groupe/693639934061108

Le but de ce papier est de montrer une nouvelle approche d’unification entre la théorie de la relativité générale et la physique quantique. Pour cela, nous nous basons sur la thermodynamique, la mécanique des fluides ainsi que la théorie de l’information. Nous verrons alors que l’entropie de Shannon, de Boltzmann et de Von Neumann peuvent être la s...

## Questions

Questions (19)

Hi everyone,

Who can help me to endorse me in Arxiv for General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology ?

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Hello,

I received an email from Science Domaine to review a scientific article published in peer review in the following journal: "International Astronomy and Astrophysics Research Journal".

Peer Review link Science Domaine: http://www.sciencedomain.org/page/peer-review-report-submission-deadline#Peer%20review%20deadline

Journal source of the article: https://www.journaliaarj.com/index.php/IAARJ/about

After doing my job as a reviewer, I received this certificate.

My question is this: is it a fake? Can we trust it?

thank you for your reply

Hello,

I would like to publish quickly and at no cost two scientific articles that I wrote, here below:

Which review do you recommend?

Thank you for your answers

Regards,

I receive several mail from "American Journal of Modern Physics" which invites me to publish my articles on their scientific review.

Are they serious?

Can we trust them?

Best regards,

BAUDRIMONT Roman

Everything is written in the question.

Can we be an amateur researcher? If yes, how ?

Foreword

I would like to make it clear to the directors of the group that this subject, despite being taboo, is perfectly in order with respect to the charter. I beg you to read at least the introduction to understand that this topo is perfectly integrated into the group's themes and is purely objective.

Introduction - definition

A scientist or researcher, is a person who applies scientific methodology by publishing quality scientific articles in a peer-reviewed journal.

In a simpler way: a researcher who does not publish in a magazine is like a guitarist without a guitar. Eh yes !

I admit that it is a little more complicated than that. A researcher can also make quality articles by publishing preprinting (or preprint) on serious archive sites (www.preprints.org, led by MDPI, HAL, Arxiv) ...

Short. In any case, it is quite possible for an amateur to submit his paper to a peer review. If the article is accepted, it's in the pocket!

Say that, it sounds simple, except that in fact, it is extremely complicated. And I will explain why.

I. It takes scientific knowledge!

Yes ! A researcher who has a doctorate will obviously have more knowledge than an amateur without a degree!

So there is first a lot of personal work if you want to acquire this knowledge without a doctorate, and it will be very complicated!

The first step is to find courses available with certificate of achievement or certification allowing you to obtain knowledge up to the masters. For this, there are distance courses such as MOOC, obviously the CNED, as well as all online courses (eg "general relativity 2013-2014" for students of Master I and II etc.). Most "good" courses are in English, either in MOOC or PDF. Obviously, if you have enough money, the must are the physics textbooks and books written by researchers.

Just that, it's already a huge amount of work (personally that's what I do in addition to my full-time job).

II. Created its research base and accepted the return of other scientists

It's also a complicated step.

It is necessary to find in which field is your research (Quantum gravity, study of the black holes, etc.) Once found, it is necessary to develop its research BUT respecting the scientific methodology. There is a simple way to verify that it is respected by answering these two questions: is my theory experimental? Is it falsifiable? If yes, continue, if not ... Start again from the beginning 😝

Then, it is necessary - and it is primordial - created its scientific network. For this, a registration to Academia.edu and Research Gate will be essential! Publish your articles (preprint) on it to have a return of the researchers. That's how I did it, and that more or less well-known scientists (like Samuel Braustein, Frank Delplace, Evgeni B Starikov, Jean Pierre Petit, etc.) followed and commented on my work.

Your article will be updated and soon ready for the final stage ...

III. Publication in a magazine

I think it's the most complicated, long and expensive, but of titanic importance: publish in a peer-reviewed journal.

For an affiliated researcher, it's quite simple: he already knows the scientific world, the costs of publication can be supported - partially or completely - by his institution etc.

The amateur who does not know the scientific world is empty lost. So here are some key points to know. First, if you want your article to be cost-effective read, you have to publish in Open Access. This is the most expensive, but it prevents your readers from paying to access your article. The second thing to know is that the publication in Open Access is all the more expensive as the journal is recognized; the fees can go from 0 € up to, 1000 € see 1500 €! And since you are not affiliated with any academy, it is up to you to tap into your own monetary resources.

Once you know what you want (review with paid access, open access, no charge or with etc.) you have to find the magazine that corresponds to the research areas of your article (condensed matter, quantum gravity, general Physics etc.). )

Once found, you must read the format required by the journal (LaTeX, Microsoft World, figure, references, fonts etc.).

Once the layout is ready, put your publication online. To get your answer, it will be necessary to be armed with patience: it can put 15 days / 1 month to the shortest, until more than 1 years! The answer you will get can be: accepted, accepted with modification, accepted if important changes are made, refused. If your article is refused .... Well read again from the beginning 😝

Then, it is necessary - and it is primordial - created its scientific network. For this, a registration to Academia.edu and Research Gate will be essential! Publish your articles (preprint) on it to have a return of the researchers. That's how I did it, and that more or less well-known scientists (like Samuel Braustein, Frank Delplace, Evgeni B Starikov, Jean Pierre Petit, etc.) followed and commented on my work.

Your article will be updated and soon ready for the final stage ...

III. Publication in a magazine

I think it's the most complicated, long and expensive, but of titanic importance: publish in a peer-reviewed journal.

For an affiliated researcher, it's quite simple: he already knows the scientific world, the costs of publication can be supported - partially or completely - by his institution etc.

The amateur who does not know the scientific world is empty lost. So here are some key points to know. First, if you want your article to be cost-effective read, you have to publish in Open Access. This is the most expensive, but it prevents your readers from paying to access your article. The second thing to know is that the publication in Open Access is all the more expensive as the journal is recognized; the fees can go from 0 € up to, 1000 € see 1500 €! And since you are not affiliated with any academy, it is up to you to tap into your own monetary resources.

Once you know what you want (review with paid access, open access, no charge or with etc.) you have to find the magazine that corresponds to the research areas of your article (condensed matter, quantum gravity, general Physics etc.). )

Once found, you must read the format required by the journal (LaTeX, Microsoft World, figure, references, fonts etc.).

Once the layout is ready, put your publication online. To get your answer, it will be necessary to be armed with patience: it can put 15 days / 1 month to the shortest, until more than 1 years! The answer you will get can be: accepted, accepted with modification, accepted if important changes are made, refused. If your article is refused .... Well read again from the beginning 😝

Conclusion

Well everything is possible! An amateur can succeed (Marie Ampère, Bill Gates, Faraday) are self-taught who have succeeded while some scientists graduates are not considered as scientists by the community (Nassim Haramain, Brother Bogdanov etc.)

In the end, an amateur can succeed, but it will take patience and a lot of work to become a researcher! If you do not fear the academic world, go for it! If you are a bit like me ... Well, you say it's possible!

PS: in addition to my BTS accounting, I worked in science self-taught for 5 years, and I was able to develop my theory and have exchanges with many scientists. I am currently an assistant researcher in a research group called Bijective Physics Group and I work full time as an accountant. At the age of 20, I have only published preprint, but as soon as possible - and this is my goal - I intend to submit my research in a peer-reviewed journal.

Like what, everything is possible!

Imagine the curved space-time, and imagine a body, any one. This exerts a pressure P on this surface. By already knowing the curvature of the surface caused by the body, as well as the pressure of the body exerted on this surface.

How to calculate the height / or depth of the curved surface?

Entropic Gravity and the Space-Time Fluid (PowerPoint PPTX) :

Entropic Gravity and the Space-Time Fluid (PDF version) :

Warning!

It is recommended to read the PPTX file first. The PDF version has been edited for people who can not read this type of file (but normally, it works, be it Word, open office etc ...)

The question of quantum gravity has become a central subject of science.

In this paper, I explain how quantum gravity can be achieved, combining the theory of gravity as an entropic force and the theory of fluid space-time.

In your opinion, can space-time be a fluid? Can gravity be an entropic force?

Indeed, if we take into account the information of Wikipedia, we learn this:

"It was established in April 2003 and its subject matter almost immediately dismissed in The Lancet Neurology as" wild invention "and" claptrap ". It is an abstracted and indexed in the Science Citation Index Expanded"

[...]

NeuroQuantology has been listed as "Level 0" since 2008, which means that it is not considered scientific and therefore does not fulfill the requirements of the journal.

[...]

Neither the Editorial Board or Advisory Board at NeuroQuantology contains the following working scientists in the fields of quantum physics or neurology. "

In fact, the journals guide does not mention any information about it, and says "This journal is included in the JournalGuide whitelist of reputable titles":

HOWEVER, according to this source, he has an ISSN:

I would like to know if this journal is reliable.

Thank you for your reposnes

English :

French :

I recently made a calculation to obtain the pressure that an electron can exert based on the Klein-Gordon equation and the linear approximation (or weak field approximation) of the Einstein equation.

After doing this calculation, I found a value of 10 ^ 67 Pascal for the electron.

Can this be coherent?

Thank you for your answers

## Projects

Projects (2)

Here you will find courses in physics or simple vulgarizations of mathematical concepts. All courses are written in English and French.

The goal of this project is to unify general relativity and quantum physics based on thermodynamics and information theory. To do this, I rely on the concept of Entropic Gravity developed by Érik Verlinde. On the other hand, the project aims to study space-time as a fluid, relying on the mathematics of stress energy tensor.