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quantum-gravity

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  • Jaron Lanier put it this way: “One gets the impression that some physicists have gone for so long without any experimental data that might resolve the quantum-gravity debates that they are going a little crazy.”

    What Have You Changed Your Mind About?

  • But the Serpent answered: fear not, for you float in a random quantum-gravity foam, and from a single bite will rise an inexorable inflation event, and you will become like unto God, expanding forever outward.

    UNCLE

  • The authors say that at this point they expect some new physics, in the form of spontaneous particle production or extra-dimensional effects or string or quantum-gravity effects to kick in.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • The role of time, in particular, is a bit hazy, especially because the Wheeler-deWitt equation (the quantum-gravity version of the Schrodinger equation) doesn’t contain any explicit time parameter.

    arxiv Find: Universal Quantum Mechanics

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