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Equivalence principle and gravitons

Before diving into answer this question, first let's acknowledge as discussed in the comments that the notion of "gravitons" is not needed to describe any gravitational observation to date. ...
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Does the standard model predict $\alpha_G^{-1}\approx c_5$ for $m_{proton}$?

No, it makes no such prediction. All the alpha constants in the standard model are free parameters and thus only enumerated by experiment. If you were to find a theoretical derivation of any value in ...
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What is the gravitational path integral computing?

I don't know if this answers directly your question, but based on your previous question, and what you said in this one, I thought it was worth it to write a few things. Tell me if this is completely ...
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