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Dark route to quantum gravity

AuthorsGonzález-Díaz, Pedro F.
Issue Date1-Jun-2010
PublisherCSIC - Instituto de Física Fundamental (IFF)
CitationVI International Workshop on the Dark side of the Universe, 1-6 June (2010) Campus León, Universidad de Guanajuato (Mexico)
AbstractStarting with a detailed review of a new quantum theory of special relativity which is based on taking into account the quantum entangled nature of the space-time structure of the current universe, we put forward some preliminary and rather fragmentary ideas on the similar quantization program for curved spaces describing gravitational systems. We have presented in this way the quantized space-time structure of Schwarzschild black holes, de Sitter space and some particular non simply connected solutions describing potentially causality-violating space-time tunnelings. We have seen that whereas these solutions keep showing their apparent horizons - if any, all their curvature singularities are canceled. Another remarkable result is that the thermal radiation processes uncovered in the semiclassical description of these space-times are preserved intact in the full quantized systems.
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