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CONGRATULATIONS TO Martin Bojowald!!!!

http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0704/0704.1137v1.pdf

Lattice refining loop quantum cosmology, anisotropic models and stability

Martin Bojowald∗

09 April 2007

The same principle applies to the all/any curved space. You got to add new vertices as the volume increases and you get farther from the center of gravity.

Eventually, someone will explain where the vertices come from and where they go.

jal

http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0704/0704.1137v1.pdf

Lattice refining loop quantum cosmology, anisotropic models and stability

Martin Bojowald∗

09 April 2007

Such lattices are in general refinedby adding new verticeswhen acting with the Hamiltonian constraint.

It has a vertex number proportional to volume, which is a limiting case not realized by known full Hamiltonian constraints, and puts special emphasis on geometrical areas to determine the vertex number.

**Standard Theory SU(3)xSU(2)xU(1).…. String …. Have not done it. He is the first to address the Inverse Square Law.**The same principle applies to the all/any curved space. You got to add new vertices as the volume increases and you get farther from the center of gravity.

Eventually, someone will explain where the vertices come from and where they go.

jal

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