necessarily appear in the semiclassical limit? Since LQG starts with the field equations of Einstein-Cartan, and quantizes canonically, but is unable to recover the semi-classical limit to date, would quantizing SUGRA or adding unbroken SUSY to spinfoam necessarily imply SUSY (broken or unbroken) in the semi-classical limit?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# If spinfoam incorporated unbroken SUSY formalism, would SUSY

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