I was reading a Feynman lecture and I believe he said something about pseudo-forces being proportional to the masses and that gravity could be one. Then I think he said that in GR gravity is like a pseudo-force. Is gravity considered as a pseudo-force if the geometry of spacetime is its cause?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Are any of the new theories of quantum gravity working on a quantum geometry and not including actual "gravity particles" like gravitons?

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# Gravity a pseudo-force?

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