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Loop quantum gravity (LQG) is a theory of quantum gravity attempting to merge quantum mechanics and general relativity, including the incorporation of the matter of the standard model into the framework established for the pure quantum gravity case. LQG competes with string theory as a candidate for quantum gravity, but unlike string theory is not a candidate for a theory of everything. According to Einstein, gravity is not a force – it is a property of spacetime itself. So far, all attempts to treat gravity as another quantum force equal in importance to electromagnetism and the nuclear forces have failed, and loop quantum gravity is an attempt to develop a quantum theory of gravity based directly on Einstein's geometric formulation rather than the treatment of gravity as a force. To do this, in LQG theory space and time are quantized analogously to the way quantities like energy and momentum are quantized in quantum mechanics. The theory gives a physical picture of spacetime where

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Loop quantum gravity (LQG) is a theory of quantum gravity attempting to merge quantum mechanics and general relativity, including the incorporation of the matter of the standard model into the framework established for the pure quantum gravity case. LQG competes with string theory as a candidate for quantum gravity, but unlike string theory is not a candidate for a theory of everything. According to Einstein, gravity is not a force – it is a property of spacetime itself. So far, all attempts to treat gravity as another quantum force equal in importance to electromagnetism and the nuclear forces have failed, and loop quantum gravity is an attempt to develop a quantum theory of gravity based directly on Einstein's geometric formulation rather than the treatment of gravity as a force. To do this, in LQG theory space and time are quantized analogously to the way quantities like energy and momentum are quantized in quantum mechanics. The theory gives a physical picture of spacetime where

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The first attempt to introduce a civic flag came in an 1897 Milwaukee Journal contest. The winning entry included an oak branch with the motto "Steady Progress" over a cream-colored field. The flag never came into use. In the 1950s, Milwaukee leaders discovered it was one of only four cities with a population over 500,000 without a flag, leading the city to hold a contest for flag designs. Former alderman Fred Steffan created a banner combining elements of some of the better entries. Despite its official adoption in 1954, the flag had gone largely unnoticed and underutilized. In a 2004 poll conducted by the North American Vexillological Association (PDF link), Milwaukee’s flag was rated the fourth worst of all major cities in the United States, ranking #147 out of 150 cities, with a score of 1.59 out of 10. Efforts to redesign the flag had been initiated three times since its adoption. The first two proposed redesigns were rejected. As of June 2016, The People’s Flag of Milwaukee

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