How Space‐Times Emerge from the Superpoint

  title={How Space‐Times Emerge from the Superpoint},
  author={John Huerta},
  journal={Fortschritte der Physik},
  • J. Huerta
  • Published 7 March 2019
  • Physics
  • Fortschritte der Physik
We describe how the super Minkowski space‐times relevant to string theory and M‐theory, complete with their Lorentz metrics and spin structures, emerge from a much more elementary object: the superpoint. In the sense of higher structures, this comes from treating the superpoint as an object in a flavor of rational homotopy theory, and repeatedly constructing central extensions. We will fit this story into the larger picture of the brane bouquet of Fiorenza–Sati–Schreiber: string theories and… 
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