https://hal.science/hal-03945789Gondran, MichelMichelGondranAEIS - Académie Européenne Interdisciplinaire des SciencesGondran, AlexandreAlexandreGondranENAC - Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation CivileSemiclassical gravity in the de Broglie-Bohm theory and the double scale theoryHAL CCSD2022Semi-classical gravityBohmian mechanicsDouble Scale Theory[PHYS.PHYS.PHYS-GEN-PH] Physics [physics]/Physics [physics]/General Physics [physics.gen-ph]Gondran, Alexandre2023-01-18 17:51:442023-01-24 03:10:342023-01-23 15:39:14enPreprints, Working Papers, ...application/pdf1We present a semiclassical gravity in the framework of the double scale theory, a new interpretation of quantum mechanics which expands on the de Broglie-Bohm (dBB) theory. In this interpretation, any quantum system is associated with two wave functions, one external and one internal. The external wave function drives the center-of-mass, as in the dBB theory, and spreads with time. The internal wave function corresponds to the density of an extended particle. It remains confined in space and its average position corresponds to the center of mass of the particle. We define, for an N-body system, new semi-classical gravity equations called Einstein-de Broglie equations. The external wave function of each body depends only on the internal wave functions of the N−1 others. They are deduced from Einstein's semi-classical equation by using the internal wave functions instead of the usual wave function. If we restrict to the dBB interpretation, we find the Newton-de Broglie equations that Struyve and Laloë have recently proposed independently. We show that the Newton-de Broglie and Einstein-de Broglie equations converge to Newton's gravity when h → 0, which gives a theoretical validation.