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# Category Archives: Euclidean Twistor Unification

## Is Space-Time Really Doomed?

For many years now the consensus in a dominant part of the theoretical physics community has been that the center of attention should be on the problem of quantizing gravity, and that conventional notions of quantum theory and space-time geometry … Continue reading

Posted in Euclidean Twistor Unification
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## Seminar talk on Euclidean Twistor Unification and the Twistor P^{1}

Today I gave a talk via Zoom at the Algebra, Particles and Quantum Theory seminar series organized by Nichol Furey. The slides from the talk are here (I gather the talk was recorded and video might be available at some … Continue reading

Posted in Euclidean Twistor Unification
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## Notes on the Twistor P^{1}

I’ve just finished writing up some notes on what the twistor $P^1$ is and the various ways it shows up in mathematics. The notes are available here, and may or may not get expanded at some point. The rest of … Continue reading

Posted in Euclidean Twistor Unification, Langlands
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## Visit to Brown

I spent yesterday up in Providence, visiting the Theoretical Physics Center at Brown, and giving a talk there (slides are available here, newer version of a paper here), At some point a recording of the talk should appear online. In … Continue reading

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## Euclidean Twistor Unification, version 2.0

I’ve completely re-organized and largely rewritten my paper from earlier this year on Euclidean Spinors and Twistor Unification. Soon I’ll upload this as a revision to the arXiv, for now it’s available here. This new version starts from a very … Continue reading

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## More of the Same (Physics, Math and Unification)

I was going to just provide the following links with a some comments, but decided it would be a good idea to put them into what seems to me the larger context of where we are in fundamental physics and … Continue reading

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## Twistor Unification

I’ve finally finished writing up a new version of some ideas that I first wrote about here last summer. The latest draft is here, I may set up a web page with more info here. Several people had very helpful … Continue reading

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