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In the history of physics, well posed problems on which the community of scientists has focused its attention have rarely resisted more than a few decades. The starting point of the construction of the quantum theory is classical general relativity, formulated in terms of the Sen-Ashtekar-Barbero connection [ , 8 , 41 ]. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. Presumably, such general techniques should involve some kind of expansion, since we could not hope to solve the theory exactly. Still, the difference in the algebras may be seen as circumstantial evidence not a proof for the failure of the classical limit. The spin network states provide a very convenient basis for the quantum theory. For details, see [ 77 ].
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