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Quantum And Classical Models Of Gravity.

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Posted by Alexander on March 3, 2001 18:43:42 UTC

I (and no one) has any satisfactory "mechanical theory of gravity" (beyond general relativity) so far.

There are a few hypotheses of what quantum gravity might be, however. If you visit major physics journals (many are on-line) you'll find them. There are even some "classical" models of gravity out there.

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