GRAVITY AND EFFECTIVE FIELD THEORY: A TALK FOR PHENOMENOLOGISTS
I briefly summarized some recent work which uses the techniques of effective field theory to make quantum predictions in general relativity. In contrast to conventional expectations, these are in fact well behaved. The leading quantum correction to the interaction of two heavy masses is used as a specific example.
Book Series Title
International Symposium on Particle Theory and Phenomenology
Donoghue, John, "GRAVITY AND EFFECTIVE FIELD THEORY: A TALK FOR PHENOMENOLOGISTS" (1995). Physics Department Faculty Publication Series. 249.
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