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http://www.matem.unam.mx/~micho/qgeom.htmlLoren Booda said:

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One of the more interesting personal sites I have seen in a while. I believe I can understand enough of it to recognize some connections to my initial inquiry. The article offers primarily a review of various advanced mathematics used to describe quanta in visualizable terms. (John Archibald Wheeler has been concerned about pregeometry as a substructure of quantum gravity for quite some time.)

At first read I wonder what Micho Durdevich would think of quantum geometry as a projection of spacetime onto a discontinuous, exactly 3-dimensional (yet fractal) phase space - that is, one both probabilistic and embeddable?

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