Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Toward a Quantum Conception of the Gravity

Authors: Jorge Gabriel Ales Corona

The quantum treatment of the gravity has resisted for over fifty years. The efforts were centered fundamentally in the search of the concept of “quantum gravitational field”. This article presents a new road that can allow solving this enigma. The gravitation would not have to be described with this concept; that is to say, a quantum gravitational field doesn't exist. In their place the gravity would be a simple stochastic phenomenon. The phenomena tend to occur in places of higher probability. The particles move, to be detected, to the places of greatest concentration of particles.

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