0 41 20 04 v 1 1 D ec 2 00 4 Physics of Deformed Special Relativity : Relativity Principle revisited

@inproceedings{Girelli2004042,
  title={0 41 20 04 v 1 1 D ec 2 00 4 Physics of Deformed Special Relativity : Relativity Principle revisited},
  author={Florian Girelli and Etera R. Livine},
  year={2004}
}
In many different ways, Deformed Special Relativity (DSR) has been argued to provide an effective limit of quantum gravity in almost-flat regime. Some experiments will soon be able to test some low energy effects of quantum gravity, and DSR is a very promising candidate to describe these latter. Unfortunately DSR is up to now plagued by many conceptual problems (in particular how it describes macroscopic objects) which forbids a definitive physical interpretation and clear predictions. Here we… CONTINUE READING

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