Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Dark Energy is Needed for the Consistency of Quantum Electrodynamics Heisenberg's Biggest Blunder?

Authors: Jack Sarfatti

The argument that virtual photons can be globally gauged away I think is spurious. Indeed, the inconsistency with the boson commutation rules in Heisenberg and Pauli's historic 1929 attempt to quantize the electromagnetic field disappears once one uses the recently discovered dark energy density.

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[v1] 21 Aug 2009

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