Relativity and Cosmology


Finding Minimum Spatial Uncertainty Requirements for Space Time Which Can Distinguish Between LQG, and Brane World Scenarios. Applications of Euclidian Snyder Geometry to the Foundations of Space Time Physics

Authors: Andrew Beckwith

This thought experiment supposition will be raised in the ACGRG5, in Christchurch, New Zealand, December 2009, as a way to start investigations as to being able to choose either LQG, or string theory, as an initial space time template for emergent gravity . The author was exposed to Batisti's talk as of the 12 Marcel Grossman conference, and intends to explore the applications of deformed Euclidian space to questions as of the role of either string theory and/or LQG as to what degree the fundamental constants of nature are preserved between different cosmological cycles, and also the degree that gravity is an emergent field which is either partly/ largely classical, with extreme non linearity, or a far more quantum phenomenon.

Comments: 2 pages, Rejected by ArXIV as unsuitable for their general physics arXIV section. Supposition accepted as talk for ACGRG5, in Christchurch, New Zealand,December 2009, and a small part of the talk Beckwith will give in Beyond the Standard Model, 2010 conference, South Africa

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[v1] 17 Oct 2009

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