Regular black hole from a confined spin connection in Poincare gauge gravity

Jens Boos
General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (gr-qc), High Energy Physics - Theory (hep-th)
2023-08-23 16:00:00
Within the asymptotic safety program, it is possible to construct renormalization group (RG) improved spacetimes by replacing the gravitational coupling $G$ by its running counterpart $G(k)$, and subsequently identifying the RG scale $k$ with a physical distance scale. This procedure has been used to construct a regular Schwarzschild geometry, but it fails in the presence of a cosmological constant. This can only be avoided if the dimensionless cosmological constant has a trivial ultraviolet fixed point, but so far no such scenario has been encountered in quantum general relativity (with or without matter). In this Letter we provide a possible solution to this problem. In Poincare gauge gravity an effective cosmological constant arises naturally, and if the non-Abelian Lorentz spin connection is asymptotically free, it generates a trivial ultraviolet fixed point for this cosmological constant. We thereby tentatively propose a nonsingular black hole consistent with the principles of asymptotic safety, embedded in Poincare gauge gravity.
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