Distler on CDT


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Jacques Distler has a new post about CDT. He goes on about continuum limits and doesn't believe Reuter on the GR renormalization fixed point, suggesting (on no evidence that I could see) that the GR doesn't have the right kind for a good continuum limit of a lattice theory.

Distler is the go-to guy for critiquing theories on quantum gravity and this is his newest, so enjoy!
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Jacques Distler has a new post about CDT. ...
thanks. I see the discussion is now some dozen posts long----including some by Urs Schreiber, Moshe Rozali, Greg Kuperberg.


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