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I'm curious about some of the alternative attempts to unify quantum mechanics and gravity. I've heard of at least one, quantum loop gravity. I don't know much about it, but it also doesn't seem to offer testable results. What are some of the others? Do they offer testability that's lacking in the more publicized theories?
We all would like to see that theory that 'tells it all'. On the other hand, it would be quite boring if it came. Whatever would we argue about then? That gravity isn't a quantum phenomena?
Maybe, it all depends on how you look at it. From the point of relativity it is, as I see it, the geodesics of SpaceTime. But from the point of Quantum mechanics? ...
And as it's a non-technical explanation, it's almost understandable.
Quote from: yor_on on 06/10/2010 20:31:43And as it's a non-technical explanation, it's almost understandable.Don't be fooled, yor-on. It isn't understandable. If it was, you could explain it, only you can't.