Proposal for a New Quantum Theory of Gravity III: Equations for Quantum Gravity, and the Origin of Spontaneous Localisation

@article{Palemkota2019ProposalFA,
  title={Proposal for a New Quantum Theory of Gravity III: Equations for Quantum Gravity, and the Origin of Spontaneous Localisation},
  author={Maithresh Palemkota and Tejinder P. Singh},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Naturforschung A},
  year={2019},
  volume={75},
  pages={143 - 154}
}
Abstract We present a new, falsifiable quantum theory of gravity, which we name non-commutative matter-gravity. The commutative limit of the theory is classical general relativity. In the first two papers of this series, we have introduced the concept of an atom of space-time-matter (STM), which is described by the spectral action in non-commutative geometry, corresponding to a classical theory of gravity. We used the Connes time parameter, along with the spectral action, to incorporate gravity… 
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