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Answer In Loop Quantum Gravity

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 24, 2003 14:23:29 UTC

LQG derives space and time from more fundamental elements called loops. The answer to your question is that space and time come together in a package. There is no one before the other.

I do not know if LQG derives a one way time. the "time-arrow". That would be a good question for some physics forum that included knowledgeable LQG people.

I'll try it on the String Theory forum. There seem to be such people there.

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