List of typos, errata or text improvements
Legend: TT=equation typo, EE=major erratum, CC=major text improvement. Minor typos (T), minor errata (E) and minor text improvements (C) can be ignored by the non-obsessional reader.
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THANKS |
TT | 52 | eq.(2.156) | “(1+z)” | “(1+z)^{-1}” | |
TT | 52 | 3rd line after eq.(2.159) | “$d_L=\chi(\tau)\simeq\tau_0-\tau$” | “$d_L/(1+z)=\chi(\tau)\simeq\tau_0-\tau$” | |
EE | 155 | par.3, l.3 | “strong and electromagnetic forces” | “strong and electroweak forces” | M. Martínez-Guareño |
E | 405 | ref.[81] | “1489” | “1703” | |
T | 536 | refs.[161-164] | “cosmology I: kinematics”, “cosmology. II: volume operators”, “cosmology III:”, “cosmology IV: discrete” | “cosmology: I. Kinematics”, “cosmology: II. Volume operators”, “cosmology: III.”, “cosmology: IV. Discrete” | |
CC | 604-605 | At some point, I will add some discussion and references about the renormalization results of quantum gravities (basically, from p.68 of arXiv:1612.05632). Please check again in the future | |||
C | 606 | par.2, l.4 | “[187,188,432,454-456]” | “[187,188,454-457]”, where [457] is “G. Calcagni, Multifractional theories: an unconventional review, JHEP in press [arXiv:1612.05632].” | |
C | 607 | par.2, l.1 | “[462]” | “[457]”, the new reference of the previous point | |
T | 610 | ref.[76] | “spacetime, or, quantum” | “spacetime or quantum” | |
E | 611 | ref.[96] | “1489” | “1703” | |
T | 612 | ref.[131] | “an SU(2)“ | “a SU(2)“ | |
E | 616 | ref.[237] | “M. Arzano, E. Alesci” | “E. Alesci, M. Arzano” | |
C | 616 | ref.[248] | Published in Phys. Rev. D 95, 045001 (2017), DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.95.045001 | ||
T | 621 | ref.[365] | “Marcianó” | “Marcianò” | |
T | 621 | ref.[366] | “multidimensional quantum gravity” | “multidimensional gravity” | |
C | 624 | ref.[462] | remove this reference | ||
T | 687 | refs.[121-125] | “. I.”, “. II.”, “. III.”, “. IV.”, “. V.” | ” I:”, ” II:”, ” III:”, ” IV:”, ” V:” | |
C | 794 | par.2 , l.2 and 7 | “spatial points are completely decoupled”; further below, “near the singularity” | “spatial points are completely decoupled (causally disconnected)”; “near the space-like singularity” | |