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**Apr 04, 2012 3:04 pm**turnerj41 wrote:Not a physicist, and certainly not trying to annoy anyone, but I was wondering how many dimensions can exist in this LQG theory? Is it three or one or much more

It's specifically designed to handle the 3 space+1 time dimension that we have in general relativity. There is a specific mathematical trick (Ashtekar's new variables) that makes use of a group (SU2) that is tailored to this number of dimensions. There may be generalizations to other dimensions but I don't know of them.