# Building a Genuine Quantum Gravity

@article{Klauder2020BuildingAG, title={Building a Genuine Quantum Gravity}, author={John Klauder}, journal={Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology}, year={2020} }

An affine quantization approach leads to a genuine quantum theory of general relativity by extracting insights from a short list of increasingly more complex, soluble, perturbably nonrenormalizable models.

## 9 Citations

Is Loop Quantum Gravity a Physically Correct Quantization?

- PhysicsJournal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology
- 2020

Dirac's rule in which only special phase space variables should be promoted to operators in canonical quantization is applied to loop quantum gravity. For this theory, Dirac's rule is violated, and…

Quantum Gravity Made Easy

- Physics
- 2019

Gravity does not naturally fit well with canonical quantization. Affine quantization is an alternative procedure that is similar to canonical quantization but may offer a positive result when…

The Unification of Classical and Quantum Gravity

- PhysicsJournal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology
- 2021

The favored classical variables that are promoted to quantum operators are divided into three sets that feature constant positive curvatures, constant zero curvatures, as well as constant negative…

Using Affine Quantization to Analyze Non-Renormalizable Scalar Fields and the Quantization of Einstein’s Gravity

- Physics
- 2020

Affine quantization is a parallel procedure to canonical quantization, which is ideally suited to deal with non-renormalizable scalar models as well as quantum gravity. The basic applications of this…

Using Coherent States to Make Physically Correct Classical-to-Quantum Procedures That Help Resolve Nonrenomalizable Fields Including Einstein’s Gravity

- PhysicsJournal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology
- 2021

Canonical quantization covers a broad class of classical systems, but that does not include all the problems of interest. Affine quantization has the benefit of providing a successful quantization of…

An Ultralocal Classical and Quantum Gravity Theory

- PhysicsJournal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology
- 2020

An ultralocal form of any classical field theory eliminates all spatial derivatives in its action functional, e.g., in its Hamiltonian functional density. It has been applied to covariant scalar…

The Benefits of Affine Quantization

- PhysicsJournal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology
- 2020

Canonical quantization has served wonderfully for the quantization of a vast number of classical systems. That includes single classical variables, such as p and q, and numerous classical…

Quantum Gravity, Constant Negative Curvatures, and Black Holes

- PhysicsJournal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology
- 2020

For purposes of quantization, classical gravity is normally expressed by canonical variables, namely the metric $g_{ab}(x)$ and the momentum $\pi^{cd}(x)$. Canonical quantization requires a proper…

A Straight Forward Path to a Path Integration of Einstein's Gravity

- Physics
- 2022

Path integration is a respected form of quantization that all the-oretical quantum physicists should welcome. This elaboration begins with simple examples of three diﬀerent versions of path…

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