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Planck Scale Physics, Gravi-Weak Unification and the Higgs Inflation

@article{Laperashvili2015PlanckSP,
  title={Planck Scale Physics, Gravi-Weak Unification and the Higgs Inflation},
  author={Larisa V. Laperashvili and Holger Bech Nielsen and B. G. Sidharth},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
  year={2015}
}
Starting with a theory of the discrete space-time at the Planck scale, we developed a Gravi-Weak Unification (GWU) - a $Spin(4,4)$-invariant model unified gravity with weak $SU(2)$ gauge and Higgs fields in the visible and invisible sectors of the Universe. Considering the Gravi-Weak symmetry breaking, we showed that the obtained sub-algebras contain the self-dual left-handed gravity in the OW, and the anti-self-dual right-handed gravity in the MW. Finally, at the low energy limit, we have only… 
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