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Quantum Gravity: Have We Been Asking The Right Question?
To get the correct answer one must ask the correct question. In the field of Quantum Gravity the question has been how do we quantize General Relativity or derive a quantum theory which becomes General Relativity at low energies. Observing that Quantum Field Theory was the result of making Quantum Mechanics into a relativistic theory, I asked myself why not make QFT obey the principles of GR? I answered this question with a model I call Relativization. In a series of three papers I presented an answer to this alternative question which gives finite results for everything from black holes to particle physics.
Presented at the April meeting of the American Physical Society
RevTeX 4.2 Template and Sample
Template for American Physical Society (APS) and American Institute of Physics (AIP) journals, including Physical Review Letters, Physical Review A-E, Physical Review X, Reviews of Modern Physics, Applied Phyiscs Letters, using the ReVTeX 4.2 document class.
The American Physical Society
Template for American Physical Society (APS) Abstract
This template was downloaded from here (so it's rather old), but you probably don't really need a LaTeX template — APS provides a form-based submission interface that would eventually generate the PDF via LaTeX anyway. This template is here for you to preview you abstract — it may not exactly resemble the final output as generated by APS' submission page.
American Physical Society (uploaded by LianTze Lim)