Recently heard about the Schiff conjecture saying that any reasonable theory of gravitation should adhere to the ideas of EEP and UFF. I realise that this isn't a "strong" idea (only a conjecture after all), but to anyones understanding, does either loop quantum gravity or m-theory appear to adhere to/violate the Schiff conjecture? or are no real consequences of these theories testable to this level yet? (i.e to show the equivalencies between the postulates of Schiff).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Schiff conjecture and LQG or m-theory?

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