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ismaili
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I was told that the existence of higher spin fields whose spin is higher than 2 is forbidden by "equivalence principle" of GR(general relativity).
But after considering about it, I can't understand why equivalence principle could imply the nonexistence of higher spin fields (>2).
Could anyone explain this?
Thanks
But after considering about it, I can't understand why equivalence principle could imply the nonexistence of higher spin fields (>2).
Could anyone explain this?
Thanks