Dear Kent Benjamin Robertson,
All the physics you quote is several years old. There is a revolution going on in physics right now where string theory is being replaced by loop quantum gravity and process physics, although there is some evidence that LQG can derive string theory. It already can derive quantum mechanics. It derives what you say about Planck. It also derives area, and volume, and the big bang, not capitalized here as it did not start at a point.
So I will give you all the relevant recent publications below. The big names are Rovelli, Smolin, Theiman, Bojowald. But Bojowald has done the best recent work on cosmology. Then I will give you the work of Cahill which I believe is the phenomonology of LQG, even though the LQG people do not realize it yet. Then I will give you selections from others.
Happy readings,
J Rawson

Loop Quantum Cosmology: Recent Progress
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 17 pages, 2 figures, Plenary talk at ICGC 04, Cochin, India
Reportno: AEI2004017
Aspects of the full theory of loop quantum gravity can be studied in a simpler context by reducing to symmetric models like cosmological ones. This leads to several applications where loop effects play a significant role when one is sensitive to the quantum regime. As a consequence, the structure of and the approach to classical singularities are very different from general relativity: The quantum theory is free of singularities, and there are new phenomenological scenarios for the evolution of the very early universe including inflation. We give an overview of the main effects, focussing on recent results obtained by several different groups.
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http://arxiv.org/abs/grqc/0402053
Loop Quantum Cosmology and Boundary Proposals
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Kevin Vandersloot
Comments: 18 pages, 5 figures, invited parallel talk at Xth Marcel Grossmann meeting, July 2026, 2003, Rio de Janeiro
Reportno: AEI2003114
For many years, the most active area of quantum cosmology has been the issue of choosing boundary conditions for the wave function of a universe. Recently, loop quantum cosmology, which is obtained from loop quantum gravity, has shed new light on this question. In this case, boundary conditions are not chosen by hand with some particular physical intuition in mind, but they are part of the dynamical law. It is then natural to ask if there are any relations between these boundary conditions and the ones provided before. After discussing the technical foundation of loop quantum cosmology which leads to crucial differences to the WheelerDeWitt quantization, we compare the dynamical initial conditions of loop quantum cosmology with the tunneling and the noboundary proposal and explain why they are closer to the noboundary condition. We end with a discussion of recent developments and several open problems of loop quantum cosmology.
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http://arxiv.org/abs/grqc/0312103
Homogeneous Loop Quantum Cosmology: The Role of the Spin Connection
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Ghanashyam Date, Kevin Vandersloot
Comments: revtex4, 36 pages, 10 figures
Reportno: IMSc/2003/04/06, CGPG03/105, AEI2003085
Homogeneous cosmological models with nonvanishing intrinsic curvature require a special treatment when they are quantized with loop quantum cosmological methods. Guidance from the full theory which is lost in this context can be replaced by two criteria for an acceptable quantization, admissibility of a continuum approximation and local stability. A quantization of the corresponding Hamiltonian constraints is presented and shown to lead to a locally stable, nonsingular evolution compatible with almost classical behavior at large volume. As an application, the Bianchi IX model and its modified behavior close to its classical singularity is explored.
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1. astroph/0309478 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Quantum Gravity and the Big Bang
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 6 pages, invited talk at the conference "Where Cosmology and Fundamental Physics Meet" at IUFM, Marseille, June 23  26, 2003
2. grqc/0307083 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Consistency Conditions for Fundamentally Discrete Theories
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Ghanashyam Date
Comments: 33 pages
3. grqc/0306008 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Cosmological applications of loop quantum gravity
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Hugo A. MoralesTecotl
Comments: 42 pages, 4 figures, written for the proceedings of the Fifth Mexican School (DGFM): The Early Universe and Observational Cosmology
4. grqc/0305069 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Initial Conditions for a Universe
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 7 pages, this essay was awarded First Prize in the Gravity Research Foundation Essay Contest 2003
5. hepth/0304252 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Classical Solutions for Poisson Sigma Models on a Riemann surface
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Thomas Strobl
Comments: 28 pages
Subjclass: High Energy Physics  Theory; Symplectic Geometry
Journalref: JHEP 0307 (2003) 002
6. grqc/0304074 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Mathematical structure of loop quantum cosmology
Authors: Abhay Ashtekar, Martin Bojowald, Jerzy Lewandowski
Comments: 29 pages, v2: minor corrections, v3: remark added in appendix
Subjclass: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology; Mathematical Physics
Journalref: Adv.Theor.Math.Phys. 7 (2003) 233268
7. grqc/0303073 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Homogeneous Loop Quantum Cosmology
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 25 pages, 3 figures
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 20 (2003) 25952615
8. grqc/0303072 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Loop Quantum Cosmology, Boundary Proposals, and Inflation
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Kevin Vandersloot
Comments: 20 pages, 6 figures
Journalref: Phys.Rev. D67 (2003) 124023
9. grqc/0303026 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Spin Foam Quantization and Anomalies
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Alejandro Perez
Comments: 32 pages
10. grqc/0207038 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Isotropic Loop Quantum Cosmology with Matter
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Franz Hinterleitner
Comments: 18 pages, 4 figures
Journalref: Phys.Rev. D66 (2002) 104003
11. grqc/0206054 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Inflation from Quantum Geometry
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 4 pages, 3 figures
Journalref: Phys.Rev.Lett. 89 (2002) 261301
12. grqc/0206053 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Quantization Ambiguities in Isotropic Quantum Geometry
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 20 pages, 6 figures
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 19 (2002) 51135230
13. grqc/0202077 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Isotropic Loop Quantum Cosmology
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 30 pages
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 19 (2002) 27172742
14. hepth/0112074 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Poisson Geometry in Constrained Systems
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Thomas Strobl
Comments: 41 pages, more detailed abstract in paper; v2: minor corrections and an additional reference
Subjclass: High Energy Physics  Theory; Symplectic Geometry
15. grqc/0105113 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: The Semiclassical Limit of Loop Quantum Cosmology
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 10 pages
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 18 (2001) L109L116
16. grqc/0105067 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: The Inverse Scale Factor in Isotropic Quantum Geometry
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 17 pages, 4 figures
Journalref: Phys.Rev. D64 (2001) 084018
17. grqc/0104072 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Dynamical Initial Conditions in Quantum Cosmology
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 4 pages, 1 figure
Journalref: Phys.Rev.Lett. 87 (2001) 121301
18. grqc/0102069 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Absence of Singularity in Loop Quantum Cosmology
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 4 pages, 1 figure
Journalref: Phys.Rev.Lett. 86 (2001) 52275230
19. grqc/0101061 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Symmetric States in Quantum Geometry
Authors: M. Bojowald, H. A. Kastrup
Comments: 9 pages, talk at the Ninth Marcel Grossmann Meeting, Rome, July 28, 2000
23. grqc/0008054 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Angular Momentum in Loop Quantum Gravity
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 9 pages
24. grqc/0008053 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Loop Quantum Cosmology IV: Discrete Time Evolution
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 21 pages
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 18 (2001) 10711088
25. grqc/0008052 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Loop Quantum Cosmology III: WheelerDeWitt Operators
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 19 pages
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 18 (2001) 10551070
26. quantph/9912048 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Symplectic Cuts and Projection Quantization
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Thomas Strobl
Comments: 12 pages, v2: additional examples and a new reference to related work
Subjclass: Quantum Physics; Symplectic Geometry
Journalref: Int.J.Mod.Phys. D12 (2003) 713725
28. grqc/9910104 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Loop Quantum Cosmology II: Volume Operators
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 21 pages
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 17 (2000) 15091526
29. grqc/9910103 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Loop Quantum Cosmology I: Kinematics
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 24 pages
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 17 (2000) 14891508
30. hepth/9908170 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Abelian BFTheory and Spherically Symmetric Electromagnetism
Authors: Martin Bojowald
Comments: 21 pages, LaTeX2e, v2: minor corrections in some formulas and a new reference
Journalref: J.Math.Phys. 41 (2000) 43134329
31. quantph/9908079 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Group Theoretical Quantization and the Example of a Phase Space S^1 x R^+
Authors: Martin Bojowald, Thomas Strobl
Comments: 41 pages, LaTeX2e
Journalref: J.Math.Phys. 41 (2000) 25372567
32. hepth/9907043 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: The Area Operator in the Spherically Symmetric Sector of Loop Quantum Gravity
Authors: M. Bojowald, H.A. Kastrup (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
Comments: 16 pages, Latex
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 17 (2000) 30093043
33. hepth/9907042 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Quantum Symmetry Reduction for Diffeomorphism Invariant Theories of Connections
Authors: M. Bojowald, H.A. Kastrup (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
Comments: 43 pages, Latex
Journalref: Class.Quant.Grav. 17 (2000) 30093043
34. grqc/9906105 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Group Theoretical Quantization of a Phase Space S^1 x R^+ and the Mass Spectrum of Schwarzschild Black Holes in D SpaceTime Dimensions
Authors: M. Bojowald, H.A. Kastrup, F. Schramm, T. Strobl (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
Comments: 45 pages, Latex; version accepted for publication in Phys. Rev. D (Refs. added, small changes in the introduction, no changes of results)
Journalref: Phys.Rev. D62 (2000) 044026

Process Physics
Associate Professor Reg Cahill
Christopher Klinger
Susan Gunner
Kirsty Kitto
A new paradigm for the modelling of reality is currently being developed called Process Physics. In Process Physics we start from the premise that the limits to logic, which are implied by Gödel's incompleteness theorems, mean that any attempt to model reality via a formal system is doomed to failure. Instead of formal systems we use a process system, which uses the notions of selfreferential noise and selforganised criticality to create a new type of informationtheoretic system that is realising both the current formal physical modelling of reality but is also exhibiting features such as the direction of time, the present moment effect and quantum state entanglement (including EPR effects, nonlocality and contextuality), as well as the more familiar formalisms of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. In particular a theory of Quantum Gravity has already emerged.
In short, rather than the static 4dimensional modelling of present day (nonprocess) physics, Process Physics is providing a dynamic model where space and matter are seen to emerge from a fundamentally random but selforganising system. The key insight is that to adequately model reality we must move on from the traditional nonprocess syntactical information modelling to a process semantic information modelling; such information is `internally meaningful'.
Process Physics Papers:
(in reverse chronological order)
Some of these papers are also archived at Los Alamos archives.
You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to read the PDF files, follow the link to download it.
QuantumFoam InFlow Theory of Gravity and the Global Positioning System (GPS)
Abstract: It is shown that a new quantumfoam inflow theory of gravity is mathematically equivalent to the General Relativity theory of gravity for the operation of the Global Positioning System (GPS). The differences between the two theories become experimentally evident in other situations such as in the socalled `dark matter' effect, in the observation of absolute motion and ipso facto in the observation of the inflow motion into the Sun, and in the observation of a new class of gravitational waves, effects which are present in existing experimental observations, but are not within General Relativity. This new theory of gravity arises within the informationtheoretic Process Physics.
QuantumFoam, Gravity and Gravitational Waves
Abstract: It is shown that both the Newtonian and General Relativity theories for gravity may be reformulated as inflow dynamics in which a substratum is effectively absorbed by matter, with the gravitational force determined by inhomogeneities of that flow. Analysis herein of the 192526 Dayton Miller interferometer data reveals such a gravitational inflow of space past the Earth into the Sun. This data and that from the 1991 Roland DeWitte coaxial cable experiment also suggests that the inflow is turbulent, which amounts to the observation of a gravitational wave phenomena. A generalisation of the inflow formalisms is proposed which passes all the tests that General Relativity passed, but as well the new theory suggests that the socalled spiral galaxy rotationvelocity anomaly may be explained without the need of `dark matter'. As well analysis of data from the Michelson and Morley, Miller, Illingworth, Jaseja et al, Torr and Kolen, and DeWitte experiments reveal motion relative to the substratum. Special relativity effects are caused by motion relative to the substratum. This implies that a new ontology underlies the spacetime formalism.
Gravity as Quantum Foam InFlow
Abstract: The new informationtheoretic Process Physics provides an explanation of space as a quantum foam system in which gravity is an inhomogeneous flow of the quantum foam into matter. The older Newtonian and General Relativity theories for gravity are analysed. It is shown that Newtonian gravity may be written in the form of an inflow. General Relativity is also analysed as an inflow, for those cases where it has been tested. An analysis of various experimental data demonstrates that absolute motion relative to space has been observed by Michelson and Morley, Miller, Illingworth, Jaseja et al, Torr and Kolen, and by DeWitte. The Dayton Miller and Roland DeWitte data also reveal the inflow of space into matter which manifests as gravity. The experimental data suggests that the inflow is turbulent, which amounts to the observation of a gravitational wave phenomena. A new inflow theory of gravity is proposed which passes all the tests that General Relativity was claimed to have passed, but as well the new theory suggests that the socalled spiral galaxy rotationvelocity anomaly may be explained without the need of `dark matter'. Various other gravitational anomalies also appear to be explainable. Newtonian gravity appears to be strictly valid only outside of spherically symmetric matter systems.
Absolute Motion and Gravitational Effects
Abstract: The new Process Physics provides a new explanation of space as a quantum foam system in which gravity is an inhomogeneous flow of the quantum foam into matter. An analysis of various experiments demonstrates that absolute motion relative to space has been observed experimentally by Michelson and Morley, Miller, Illingworth, Jaseja et al, Torr and Kolen, and by DeWitte. The Dayton Miller and Roland DeWitte data also reveal the inflow of space into matter which manifests as gravity. The inflow also manifests turbulence and the experimental data confirms this as well, which amounts to the observation of a gravitational wave phenomena. The Einstein assumptions leading to the Special and General Theory of Relativity are shown to be falsified by the extensive experimental data. Contrary to the Einstein assumptions absolute motion is consistent with relativistic effects, which are caused by actual dynamical effects of absolute motion through the quantum foam, so that it is Lorentzian relativity that is seen to be essentially correct.
Process Physics: From Information Theory to Quantum Space and Matter
Abstract: This is a review of the new informationtheoretic Process Physics. The fundamental assumption is that reality is to be modelled as selforganising semantic or relational information using a selfreferentially limited neural network model, where the informationtheoretic limitations are implemented via selfreferential noise. This modelling was motivated by the discovery that such stochastic neural networks are foundational to known quantum field theories. In Process Physics time is a distinct nongeometric process while space and quantum physics are emergent and unified. Quantum phenomena are caused by fractal topological defects embedded in and forming a growing threedimensional fractal processspace, which is essentially a quantum foam. Other features are the emergence of quantum field theory with flavour and confined colour, limited causality and the Born quantum measurement metarule, inertia, timedilation effects, gravity and the equivalence principle, a growing universe with a cosmological constant, black holes and event horizons, and the emergence of classicality. The unification of the quantum foam structure of space with the quantum nature of matter amounts to the discovery of quantum gravity. Gravity is essentially an inflow effect associated with the loss of information. A new theory of gravity for the classical limit is proposed, and shown to pass the key tests. A detailed analysis of various experiments demonstrates that absolute motion with respect to this space of quantum foam has been observed experimentally by Michelson and Morley, Miller, Illingworth, DeWitte and others. The Dayton Miller and Roland DeWitte data also reveal the inflow of space into matter which manifests as gravity. The inflow also manifests turbulence and the experimental data confirms this as well, which amounts to the observation of a gravitational wave phenomena. The Einstein assumptions leading to the Special and General Theory of Relativity are shown to be falsified by the extensive experimental data. Contrary to the Einstein assumptions absolute motion is consistent with relativistic effects, which are caused by actual dynamical effects of absolute motion through the quantum foam, so that it is Lorentzian relativity that is seen to be essentially correct. Process Physics brings physics very much into accord with the general concepts of Process Philosophy. The success of this new physics has profound implications for our comprehension of reality. (110 pages)
The Miller paper is available here: Miller 1933
The MichelsonMorley paper is available here: 1887
Dynamical Hierarchies in Fundamental Physics
Abstract: A new process orientated physics is being developed at Flinders University. These ideas were initially motivated by deep unsolved problems in fundamental physics, such as the difficulty of quantizing gravity, the missing arrow of time, the question of how to interpret quantum mechanics, and perhaps most importantly, a problem with the very methodology of our fundamental descriptions of the Universe. A proposed solution to these problems, Process Physics, has led to what can be viewed as a hierarchical model of reality featuring a Universe that exhibits behaviour very reminiscent of living systems.
K. Kitto, Dynamical Hierarchies in Fundamental Physics, p55, in Workshop Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems (ALife VIII)}, E. Bilotta et al., Eds. (Univ. New South Wales, Australia, 2002).
Absolute Motion and Quantum Gravity
This paper has been superceded by the new analysis in the paper Process Physics: From Information Theory to Quantum Space and Matter. The understanding of the galactic inflow effect was not immediate: In MichelsonMorley Experiments Revisted and the Cosmic Background Radiation Preferred Frame the direction was not determined, though the speed was found to be comparable to the CMB determined speed. In Analysis of Data from a Quantum Gravity Experiment that the directions were very different was noted but not appreciated, and in fact thought to be due to experimental error. In the paper Absolute Motion and Quantum Gravity an analysis of some of the `smoother' MichelsonMorley data resulted in an incorrect direction. At that stage it was not understood that the data showed large fluctuations in the azimuth apparently caused by the turbulence. The issue is hopefully finally resolved.
Analysis of Data from a Quantum Gravity Experiment
Process physics gives a new account of how Michelson interferometers operate when in gas mode. In particular they can detect absolute motion through the quantum foam, as shown in the previous paper. Here this new physics is applied to the extensive data from gasmode interferometer observations by Miller (1933). The speed of inflow of the quantum foam towards the Sun is determined from Miller's data to be 47 +\ 6 km/s, compared to the theoretical value of 42 km/s. This observed inflow is a signature of aquantum gravity effect in the new physics.
MichelsonMorley Experiments Revisted and the Cosmic Background Radiation Preferred Frame
The MichelsonMorley interferometer experiments were designed to measure the speed of the Earth through the aether. The results were always believed to have been null  no effect. This outcome formed the basis for Einstein's Special and General Relativity formalism. The new process physics shows that absolute motion, now understood to be relative to the quantum foam that is space, is observable, but only if the interferometer operates in gas mode. A reanalysis here shows that the results from the gasmode interferometers were not null, but in fact large when reanalysed to take account of the effect of the air, or helium, in which the apparatus operated. The speed of absolute motion is comparable to that determined from the Cosmic Background Radiation anisotropy, but the direction is not revealed. So absolute motion is meaningful and measureable, thus refuting Einstein's assumption. This discovery shows that a major reassessment of the interpretation of the Special and General Relativity formalism is called for, a task already provided by Process Physics. This new informationtheoretic physics makes it clear that MichelsonMorley type experiments are detecting motion through the quantum foam, which is space. Hence we see direct evidence of quantum gravity effects, as predicted by Process Physics. (This version corrects an earlier version of this paper, at arXiv:physics/0205065.)
Published in Apeiron, Vol. 10, No.2, 104117, April 2003. Published version also here.
Process Physics: From Quantum Foam to General Relativity
Quantum Field Theory and Quantum Gravity unified, with the phenomenology of General Relativity emerging. This paper predicted that the measurement protocol underlying the formalism of Special and General Relativity would be found to be flawed. See above paper for confirmation of this.
Smart Nanostructures and Synthetic Quantum Systems
A discussion of possible applications of Process Physics.
Published in BioMEMS and Smart Nanostructures, Proceedings of SPIE Conference #4590, L.B. Kish, ed. pp. 319328, 2001.
A Slightly different version published in Smart Materials and Structures, Vol. 11, 699707(2002), with the title: Synthetic Quantum Systems .
Process Physics: Inertia, Gravity and the Quantum
Process Physics links to the phenomena of inertia and gravity. Space shown to be a quantum foam.
Published in General Relativity and Gravitation, 34, 16371656(2002).
Process Physics: Modelling Reality as SelfOrganising Information
Published in The Physicist, 37(6), 191195, 2000.
SelfReferential Noise as a Fundamental Aspect of Reality
Published in Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations (UPoN 99), eds. D. Abbott and L. Kish, Adelaide, Australia, 1115th July 1999, Vol. 511, p. 43, American Institute of Physics, New York, 2000.
SelfReferential Noise and the Synthesis of ThreeDimensional Space
Published in General Relativity and Gravitation 32, 529,2000.
Bootstrap Universe from SelfReferential Noise
This is the paper that introduced the key concept of `SelfReferential Noise'.
Pregeometric Modelling of the Spacetime Phenomenology
Published in Physics Letters A223, 313319,1996.
A precursor to Process Physics before processtime and concept of `SelfReferential Noise' were introduced.
Process Physics was featured as the cover story in P.M. Magazin, September 2003, in an article "Das Universum hat ein Bewusstsein!", by Peter Ripota.
Interesting web articles on Process Physics are The Objects of Meaning from the Limits of Logic and Mind as Reflection of Process Physics and the Semantic of Reality , by Horacio Velasco.
Here is a feature story on Process Physics from the Adelaide Advertiser Newspaper, June 24, 2000, "Chance is Everything", by Mark Steene.
There is another general article in the Flinders Journal, 11(4), 2000, "Is Reality a SideEffect of Randomness?", by Charles Gent.
This new informationtheoretic physics was featured as the cover story in New Scientist, 26 February 2000 No.2227 pp2428 in an article " Random Reality" (pdf) or " Random Reality" (scanned images), by Marcus Chown.
1. physics/0401047 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Gravitation, the 'Dark Matter' Effect and the Fine Structure Constant
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill (Flinders University)
Comments: 11 pages, 3 eps figures. Typos fixed
Subjclass: General Physics
2. physics/0312082 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Quantum Foam, Gravity and Gravitational Waves
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill (Flinders University)
Comments: 60 pages, 22 eps figure files. To be published in Relativity, Gravitation, Cosmology
Subjclass: General Physics
3. physics/0309016 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: QuantumFoam InFlow Theory of Gravity and the Global Positioning System (GPS)
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill (Flinders University)
Comments: 25 pages, 1 eps figure
Subjclass: General Physics
4. physics/0307003 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Gravity as Quantum Foam InFlow
Authors: Reginald T Cahill (Flinders University)
Comments: 25 pages
Subjclass: General Physics
5. physics/0306196 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Absolute Motion and Gravitational Effects
Authors: Reginald T Cahill
Comments: 36 pages, 17 figures
Subjclass: General Physics
6. physics/0209064 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Synthetic Quantum Systems
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill
Comments: 16 pages, Latex, 1 eps figure file
Subjclass: General Physics
Journalref: Smart Mater.Struct. 11 (2002) 699707
7. physics/0209013 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Absolute Motion and Quantum Gravity
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill
Comments: 11 pages, Latex, 5 eps figure files Minor changes
Subjclass: General Physics
8. physics/0207010 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Analysis of Data from a Quantum Gravity Experiment
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill
Comments: 10 pages, 4 eps figures, latex
Subjclass: General Physics
9. physics/0205070 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: ReAnalysis of MichelsonMorley Experiments Reveals Agreement with COBE Cosmic Background Radiation Preferred Frame so Impacting on Interpretation of General Relativity
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill, Kirsty Kitto
Comments: 8 pages, latex, 1eps figure
Subjclass: General Physics
Journalref: Apeiron 10 (2003) 104117
10. physics/0205065 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: MichelsonMorley Experiments Revisited and the Cosmic Background Radiation Preferred Frame
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill, Kirsty Kitto
Comments: 8 pages, latex, 1 eps figure file
Subjclass: General Physics
11. grqc/0203015 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Process Physics: From Quantum Foam to General Relativity
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill
Comments: 26 pages Latex, 1 separate eps file
12. quantph/0111026 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Smart Nanostructures and Synthetic Quantum Systems
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill (Flinders University, Australia)
Comments: LaTex,14 pages 1 eps file. To be published in BioMEMS and Smart Nanostructures, Proceedings of SPIE Conference #4590, ed. L. B. Kish
13. grqc/0110117 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Process Physics: Inertia, Gravity and the Quantum
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill (Flinders University, Australia)
Comments: LaTex, 18 pages 1 eps file. Contribution to the 3rd Australasian Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation, Perth, Australia, July 2001
Journalref: Gen.Rel.Grav. 34 (2002) 16371656
14. grqc/0009023 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: Process Physics: Modelling Reality as SelfOrganising Information
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill, Christopher M. Klinger, Kirsty Kitto
Comments: 9 pages, 4 figures
Journalref: The Physicist 37 (2000) 191195
15. grqc/9905082 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :
Title: SelfReferential Noise as a Fundamental Aspect of Reality
Authors: Reginald T. Cahill, Christopher M. Klinger (Department of Physics, Flinders University)
Comments: 7 pages, Latex, 3 ps figures. Contribution to the 2nd International Conference on Unsolved Problems of Noise, Adelaide 1999
Journalref: Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations (UPON 99), eds. D. Abbott and L. Kish, Adelaide, Australia, 1115th July 1999, Vol. 511, p.43, American Institute of Physics, New York, 2000

Discrete Space Time and Dark Energy
Authors: B.G. Sidharth
Comments: 19kilo bytes,11 pages,TeX
Subjclass: General Physics
In recent times, Discrete Space Time Architectures are being considered, in the context of Quantum Gravity, Quantum Super Strings, Dark Energy and so on. We show that such a scheme is intimately tied up with a varying $G$ cosmology, which again explains otherwise inexplicable observations like the anomalous accelerations of Pioneer space crafts as also considerations involving the Zero Point Field, Random Electrodynamics and the derivation of Quantum Mechanical effects therefrom as also intertial mass.
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http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0402007
Comparison of area spectra in loop quantum gravity
Authors: G. Gour, V. Suneeta
Comments: 7 pages, Revtex 4
We compare two area spectra proposed in loop quantum gravity in different approaches to compute the entropy of the Schwarzschild black hole. We describe the black hole in general microcanonical and canonical area ensembles for these spectra. For one of these spectra  the equallyspaced spectrum  we show in light of a proposed connection of the black hole area spectrum to the quasinormal mode spectrum that this spectrum is completely consistent with this connection. This follows {\em without} requiring a change in the gauge group of the spin degrees of freedom in this formalism from SU(2) to SO(3).
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http://arxiv.org/abs/grqc/0401110
Propagation of Light in Doubly Special Relativity
Authors: Sung Ku Kim, Sun Myong Kim, Chaiho Rim, Jae Hyung Yee
Comments: 11 pages, LaTeX
In an attempt to clarify what is the velocity of a particle in doubly special relativity, we solve the Maxwell's equation invariant under the position space nonlinear Lorentz transformation proposed by Kimberly, Magueijo and Medeiros. It is shown that only the amplitude of the Maxwell wave, not the phase, is affected by the nonlinearity of the transformation. Thus, although the Maxwell wave appears to have infinitely large energy near the Planck time, the wave velocity is the same as the conventional light velocity. Surprisingly, the velocity of the Maxwell wave is not the same as the maximum signal velocity determined by the null geodesic condition, which is infinitely large near the Planck time and monotonically decreases in time to the conventional light velocity when time approaches infinity.
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http://arxiv.org/abs/grqc/0401078
