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- Post author:ffinster
- Post published:May 10, 2016
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Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

- Home
- Mathematics▼
- Basic definitions
- Generalizations and special cases
- Existence theory
- Spin spaces and physical wave functions
- The fermionic projector
- Geometric structures
- Surface layer integrals
- The Euler-Lagrange equations
- The linearized field equations
- The dynamical wave equation
- Construction of linear fields and waves
- Minkowski space as a causal fermion system
- The continuum limit
- Connection to quantum field theory
- Connection to General Relativity
- Manifolds of operators
- Operator algebras
- Causal cone structures
- Fock space structures
- Positive functionals
- The fermionic signature operator
- Notions of entropy

- Physics▼
- Motivation in examples
- What is a causal fermion system?
- The causal structure
- Motivation for the choice of F
- The causal action principle
- The continuum limit
- The logic underlying the derivation of the classical field equations
- The Standard Model and General Relativity
- Quantum field theory
- Why the Dirac sea?
- What is fundamental?
- Underlying physical principles
- A mechanism of baryogenesis
- A mechanism for dark matter and dark energy
- Wave function collapse
- Comments on Quantum Gravity wishlists
- Extended explanation of physical aspects
- Relation to other theories

- Learning
- Research▼
- Community
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- Internal
- FAQ

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