# A New Causal Topology and Why the Universe is Co-compact

@article{Kovar2011ANC, title={A New Causal Topology and Why the Universe is Co-compact}, author={Martin Maria Kov'ar}, journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics}, year={2011} }

We show that there exists a canonical topology, naturally connected with the causal site of J. D. Christensen and L. Crane, a pointless algebraic structure motivated by quantum gravity. Taking a causal site compatible with Minkowski space, on every compact subset our topology became a reconstruction of the original topology of the spacetime (only from its causal structure). From the global point of view, the reconstructed topology is the de Groot dual or co-compact with respect to the original…

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