Tamiaki Yoneya

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Tamiaki Yoneya (米谷民明, Yoneya Tamiaki) (born 1947) is a Japanese physicist.

Independently of Joel Scherk and John H. Schwarz, he realized that string theory describes, among other things, the force of gravity.[1] Yoneya has worked on the stringy extension of the uncertainty principle for many years.

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  1. ^ T. Yoneya (1974). "Connection of Dual Models to Electrodynamics and Gravidynamics". Progress of Theoretical Physics. 51 (6): 1907–1920. Bibcode:1974PThPh..51.1907Y. doi:10.1143/PTP.51.1907.

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