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Linker, Patrick (2016)
Languages: German
Types: Article
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arxiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, High Energy Physics::Theory
A couple of quantum gravity theories were proposed to make theoretical predictions about the behavior of gravity. The most recent approach to quantum gravity, called E-theory, is proposed mathematical, but there is not formulated much about what dynamics of gravity this theory proposes. This research paper treats the main results of the application of E-theory to General relativity involving conservation laws and scattering of particles in presence of gravity. Also the low-energy limit of this theory is shown.

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