Submissions from Jason A. Gross
 [1] faKiv:2001.08163 [pdf]

On the Poincar\'e Group and the Poincar\'e Group DerivativeComments: LaTeX, 23 pages, 2 figures
The Poincar\'e Group is a group of symmetric groups that are not of the Poincar\'e Group. The Poincar\'e Group Derivative is a group of groups with all symmetries considered. The Poincar\'e Group Derivative is itself a Poincar\'e Group. We investigate the Poincar\'e Group Derivative in the context of the Poincar\'e Group and the Poincar\'e Group Derivative. We construct and calculate the Poincar\'e Group Derivative of the Poincar\'e Group and the Poincar\'e Group Derivative, and prove that the Poincar\'e Group Derivative is a Poincar\'e Group. We argue that the Poincar\'e Group Derivative is a Poincar\'e Group.
 [2] faKiv:2001.08542 [pdf]

Towards a nonperturbative knowledge of quantum gravity from BunchDavies invariant quantum gravityComments:
In this article, we propose a nonperturbative knowledge of quantum gravity from BunchDavies invariant quantum gravity theory. We find that the relativistic scalar field generalizes to the case of the missing quantum gravity. We argue that this theory is valid in the context of the nonperturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity. Our proposed nonperturbative knowledge of quantum gravity implies that the missing quantum gravity theory is valid in the context of nonperturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity. We also propose that the missing quantum gravity theory is validated in the context of the absence of the quantum gravity and is therefore the correct one. In this context, we present a nonperturbative knowledge of quantum gravity that is valid for the first time. This is the first such knowledge of an nbody theory of gravity that is valid in the context of the nonperturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity. In this view, the BunchDavies invariant quantum gravity theory is also validated in the context of nonperturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity and is therefore the correct one.