Quantum Gravity Yesterday and Today

@inproceedings{Dewitt2008QuantumGY,
  title={Quantum Gravity Yesterday and Today},
  author={B. Dewitt},
  year={2008}
}
  • B. Dewitt
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • A paper that I published in 1967 [1] began with these words: “Almost as soon as quantum field theory was invented by Heisenberg, Pauli, Fock, Dirac, and Jordan, attempts were made to apply it to fields other than the electromagnetic field which had given it and indeed quantum mechanics itself birth. In 1930 Rosenfeld [2] applied it to the gravitational field which, at the time, was still regarded as the other great entity of Nature. Rosenfeld was the first to note some of the special technical… CONTINUE READING

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