New Lectures on Supergravity
by Nilo Serpa
Publisher: arXiv 2011
Number of pages: 72
This essay aims to summarize the main physical features arising from a new supersymmetric theory of gravitation. It deals with gravity inside the limits of a meta-field theory, that is, a non-quantized but consistent representation of supergravity, the supersymmetry between gravitons and gravitinos.
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