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New A functional Schrodinger equation?
Isn't that the one that produces both correct and incorrect results at the same time?

Is today April 1st?

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- Benjamin Franklin, 1759 Historical Review of Pennsylvania
New I've never heard the term before, either.
But it seems to describe something with some substance behind it.

It seems to be a way of melding gravity and Schrodinger's equation.

E.g. [link|http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/0264-9381/9/S/008|C Kiefer 1992 Class. Quantum Grav. 9 S147-S156].

(Who has forgotten too much about QM to have a sensible opinion on the work.)
New Only if you look at it.
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     Black holes (as commonly understood) may not exist. - (Another Scott) - (6)
         A functional Schrodinger equation? - (Yendor) - (2)
             I've never heard the term before, either. - (Another Scott)
             Only if you look at it. -NT - (folkert)
         ~~ "To the extent that mathematics reflects Reality - - (Ashton)
         We (as commonly understood) may not exist. -NT - (drewk) - (1)
             "All around me is nothing but fakes..." - (static)

I bet Socrates had a really nice lawn.
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