[and continues from here].
Nature might abhor naked spacetime singularities as much as “quantum deadlock states”. Deadlocks necessarily occur in cyclic, symmetric configurations (circular wait condition) of processes, along with severe limitations on how they share resources (like mutual exclusion and no preemption conditions). When a deadlock occurs, no further evolution of the system state is possible.
A quantum gravity theory incorporating a concurrent evolution for the spacetime quanta should therefore have a very “slightly” broken symmetric state of internal competing dynamical actions. The macroscopic, continuum limit of such a model should lead to a highly non-symmetrical, mostly independent set of processes in which the classical spacetime should emerge.