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Dec13-05, 02:56 PM
I was not talking in general terms here. In the case of Gerardus 't Hooft the situation is very clear. Well, perhaps not his visions on string theory but even with those i agree with him. But, this does not change much since we are talking about QED renormalization here
I read 't Hooft's Nobel lecture and understand most of it. Now I'm wondering if QED moved in this direction because Dirac's theory depends on the electron and other particles to act or be point particles.
Yes, No or Option C?