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On Quantization in Space with Torsion
1.See for example, T. D. Lee, Phys. Rev. 137, B1621 (1965).
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2.For example, if our universe is supposed to be a closed space of uniform torsion, and the following simple relation is assumed to determine the torsion, , where the expectation value on the right side is chosen for the ground state, and has the dimensions of a length, then assuming measures the astronomically observed particle density, one finds that has possibly the order of magnitude
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