Anyone noticed this paper: Square Root of Inverse Metric: The Geometry Background of Unified Theory?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Authors: De-Sheng Li, arXiv:1412.2578 ?

The author tries to construct the square root of the inverse metric, based on a product of a fermion field and a framefield. Somehow the Standard model pops up. I have not read it good enough, but I remember from a recent paper that "we somehow need the square root of length" (Wieland?, Smolin?). Does somebody have a reference or have read this paper?

berlin

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# Square Root of Inverse Metric

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