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Any proposed theory of quantum gravity would need to take care of the *principles of locality*, which state that any variable can change independently while measuring the properties of any point in space-time. These variables are called **the degrees of freedom.**

*A worthy theory of quantum gravity has to minimize the degrees of freedom.*

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