# On the origin of the weak equivalence principle in a theory of emergent quantum mechanics

We argue that in a framework for emergent quantum mechanics, the weak equivalence principle is a consequence of concentration of measure in large dimensional spaces of $1$-Lipshitz functions. Furthermore, as a consequence of the emergent framework and the properties that we assume for the fundamental dynamics, it is argued that gravity must be a classical, emergent interaction.

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Quantum Physics
General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology
High Energy Physics - Theory
Mathematical Physics
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