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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 l

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?

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 l

^{3}/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 l^{3}/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?

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