*Author Commentary Below: A few notations from this notebook to indicate topics covered. Author’s page numbering is ignored, any page numbers referenced below are from the scanned PDF documents*

**Notebook February – July 2012: https://gaugegravity.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/1-Notebook-2-7-2012.pdf**

**An Algebraic Gauge Approach to Gravity (Part I): Work here is concurrent with Notebook: April 2012 – May 2012. **

**(p. 1) A consideration of Kleinert’s novel gauge theory.**

**(p. 11)** So there is a fantastically interesting tension between the relativistic philosophy and the Hamiltonian one–If we want a uniform dynamics in which* all *observables are treated uniformly and evolve according to FODE.

**(p. 15)** **The study I have initiated on the measurability of the electromagnetic field, with the goal of generalizing to the torsion field of teleparallel gravity is quite substantial.**

**(p. 15-16) ** Why has the Bohr-Rosenfeld analysis become forgotten? Bohr and Rosenfeld exhibit the basis for the physical interpretation of quantum electrodynamics … Today we start with renewed confidence in the importance of pursuing the Bohr-Rosenfeld analysis. Not only can this lead to insights in teleparallel gravity, but also to the foundations of quantum theory. Bohr reproduces his classic thoughts on non-relativistic quantum theory in the relativistic field theory framework: ** 1) ** Application to interpretation of (teleparallel) gauge gravity. ** 2)** Application to formulation of quantum mechanics.

*The relationship between the real and reciprocal spaces is absolutely beautiful. It is the physical basis for the tension between the unitarity and covariance requirement of QFT. *

**(p. 24-25)** Relationship between non commutativity and gravity: Szabo et. al. have written a nice paper discussing the fact that Non commutative U(1) gauge theory contains teleparallel gravity. Ref: 01050492v2 25 May 2001. This is quite an old paper but it may be helpful for my concept of gauge gravity.

**(p. 24-25) A novel conception of gauge gravity**

**(p. 26)** As for a technical project to begin with now* *I’d like to extend the Bohr-Rosenfeld analysis to the gravitational field.

*This should be viable due to the rewriting of the field in its teleparallel form. We really only need the theory of a background field acting upon massive test bodies to replicate the Bohr-Rosenfeld field results. Ideally we should end up with uncertainty relations for the torsion field in exactly the same way that Bohr-Rosenfeld found results for the electrodynamic field strengths.*

**(p. 81-83)** **Notes on a Review and Summary**