Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

Towards a Dynamic Theory of Interacting Manifolds

Authors: Kaushal Timilsina

4 pages of an update, has been added at the end. A discussion on a better mathematical intuition towards a theory of interacting manifolds includes the first question (and the second one as well), in the theory of interacting manifolds. The key discussion includes how an infinite union of singularities from finite dimensional manifolds of any dimensions each (possibly different), can be used to construct an infinite dimensional manifold and how that helps us understand singularities in finite dimensional manifolds, and hinting at an insight towards interactions between finite dimensional manifolds.

Comments: 16 Pages. The freedom of learning and the wonder of asking: What questions can you ask? What do they mean or what do you want them to mean? And can you make answers, What answers can you make and what do they mean (or perhaps what do you mean?).

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[v1] 2019-09-23 10:07:53
[v2] 2019-09-27 12:35:33

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