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How do we know that nonperturbative canonical quantum gravity is wrong?
In these forums and elsewhere it is routinely agreed that "we do not have a theory of quantum gravity." My question is, how do we know that canonical quantum gravity is "wrong"? I understand that the ...
Feb 20 '12 at 8:46
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