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Can LQG Really Describe THE VERY NATURE Of Space

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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 23, 2004 21:08:20 UTC

If LQG or actually any physical theory is capable of explaining THE VERY NATURE of space then it should be capable of answering this three questions:
1.Why is space continious(e.g. why there is a point after each point in space)?
2.How can matter move in space?
3.Why are the first four of Euclid's postulates valid?
Can LQG answer this questions or just like all the previous physical theories it just WORKS in space IT DOES NOT EXPLAINS IT?

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