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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 4, 2002 15:04:24 UTC

However, I believe that for the problem at hand, both interpretations are valid and my point is more easily made with the substantivist interpretation. But thanks for the info.

However, I did not think that spacetime came from gauge fields in the relational interpretation. I thought that spacetime was flat in that interpretation and a given as a background. I think it's loop theory that actually composes spacetime. Am I wrong?

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