Experimental Challenges for Quantum Gravity 1

@inproceedings{Myers2004ExperimentalCF,
  title={Experimental Challenges for Quantum Gravity 1},
  author={Robert C. Myers},
  year={2004}
}
The Planck mass, MPl, a dimensional parameter determining the strength of gravitational interaction, remains a source of conceptual problems for quantum field theories. When the momentum transfer in a process of two particle collision is comparable to the Planck mass, the graviton exchange becomes strong, signifying a breakdown of the perturbative field theory description. Even without having a fully consistent fundamental theory at hand, one can hypothesize several broad categories of the low… CONTINUE READING

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