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Induced gravity and gauge interactions revisited
It has been shown that the primary, old-fashioned idea of Sakharov's induced gravity and gauge interactions, in the “one-loop dominance” version, works astonishingly well yielding phenomenologically reasonable results. As ...
Perturbative quantum damping of cosmological expansion
Perturbative quantum gravity in the framework of the Schwinger–Keldysh formalism is applied to compute lowest-order corrections to expansion of the Universe described in terms of the spatially flat Friedman–Lemaître–Robe ...
Quantum gravity stability of isotropy in homogeneous cosmology
It has been shown that anisotropy of homogeneous spacetime described by the general Kasner metric can be damped by quantum fluctuations coming from perturbative quantum gravity in one-loop approximation. Also, a formal ...