Spacetime foam induced collective bundling of intense fields

@article{Oniga2016SpacetimeFI,
  title={Spacetime foam induced collective bundling of intense fields},
  author={Teodora Oniga and Charles H.-T. Wang},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2016},
  volume={94},
  pages={061501}
}
This research is supported by the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland (TO) and by the EPSRC GG-Top Project and the Cruickshank Trust (CW). 

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