Finite Theory

Finite Theory defines a new representation of the formulas derived from General Relativity based on the superposed potentials of the predicted massless spin-2 gravitons that mediate gravitational fields. Additionally in contrast to General Relativity where the space-time is represented using the non euclidean geometry in order to keep the speed of light constant, Finite Theory considers time to be a positive variable within a space that is characterized by the euclidean geometry. No previous self-consistent results deriving from General Relativity are in violation.

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