Hello community! I found this paper and I wanted to share it with you and know what are your thoughts about it. The author is one of the main proponents of Shape Dynamics. http://arxiv.org/pdf/1404.4815.pdf Quantum Inflation of Classical Shapes Tim Koslowski Department of Mathematics and Statistics University of New Brunswick Fredericton, NB, Canada email@example.com April 21, 2014 Abstract I consider a quantum system that possesses key features of quantum shape dynamics and show that the evolution of wave-packets will be come increasingly classical at late times and tend to evolve more and more like an expanding classical system. At early times however, semiclassical effects become large and lead to an exponential mismatch of the apparent scale as compared to the expected classical evolution of the scale degree of freedom. This quantum inflation of an emergent and effectively classical system, occurs naturally in the quantum shape dynamics description of the system, while it is unclear whether and how it might arise in a constrained Hamiltonian quantization.