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REASONS FOR GRAVITATIONAL MASS AND THE PROBLEM OF QUANTUM GRAVITY

@article{Krasnoholovets2008REASONSFG,
  title={REASONS FOR GRAVITATIONAL MASS AND THE PROBLEM OF QUANTUM GRAVITY},
  author={Volodymyr Krasnoholovets},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={2008}
}
The problem of quantum gravity is considered from a radically new viewpoint based on a detailed mathematical analysis of what the constitution of physical space is, which has recently been carried out by Michel Bounias and the author. The approach allows the introduction of the notion of mass as a local deformation of space regarded as a tessellation lattice of founding elements (topological balls, or cells, or superparticles) whose size is estimated as the value of around the Planck one. The… Expand
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