QST: Intuitive framework for QG?


by LuckyIrish86
Tags: framework, intuitive
LuckyIrish86
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Dec27-12, 10:37 PM
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Hey wondering if any of you guys with interest in QG have come across Thad Roberts Quantum Space Theory(QST)?

I am just a layman but it seems to have some use as an intuitive reference when dealing with readings of other papers on QG.

It has some degree of formalism attached I believe in the form of bohmian mechanics but I am not at the point yet where I can ascertain any validity on that front.

So I am interested to here what some of my more informed colleagues think of it.
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LuckyIrish86
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Jan9-13, 12:32 PM
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