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 Feb 2023

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One of the problems in approaching quantum gravity is the choice for how to best represent it mathematically. Most of quantum mechanics is algebraic in nature but gravity has a geometry component which is important. (restatement)
This is similar to the early 20th century problem of how to best represent quantum mechanics: as differential equations or using group theory/Lie algebras?
This prompts the question: what other potential representations might also work?
Could it be better understood/represented using Algebraic geometry or algebraic topology as perspectives?
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