I've posted a thread related to a simplified system of dimensional units using quantum mechanical phase, a length, possibly a time and plane angle; You don't need all that junk. and another about why gravity may occur in the world: Why does Gravity occur? Let's see what happens when we "marry" the two sets of ideas. The second post says that Gravity happens because nature tries to maintain a quantity called the Volumetric Rate of Expansion, constant. In ordinary units it has the dimensions l3/mt but if we suppose that gravity couples to a more basic quantity than inertia, namely quantum mechanical frequency, then in the new units the rate of expansion is just l3/Ω, where Omega is quantum mechanical phase. This just means that whenever quantum mechanical phase increments by an amount, say 2[pi]radians the volume of the Universe increases by approx. the cube of one classical electron radius. What do you loop quantum gravity people think about this?