Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Is Quantum Gravity a Linear Theory?

Authors: Andrey Simonian (RUSSIA), Pyotr Svirov (RUSSIA)

The main idea of our quantum gravity model is following: in usual quantum mechanics we can represent any state of the many-particle system as sum over products of one-particle functions, generally, a path integral. In quantum gravity we also represent each state as such superposition. In the last part we try to make numerical calculations using our quantum gravity theory. In the case of interaction with arbitrary electromagnetic and gravitational field the wave function is similar.

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[v1] 2012-11-03 20:36:16

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