PP02 Unification


Unification – Addressing the Fundamental Problem of Theoretical Physics

Martin Gibson, July 15, 2015

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The fundamental problem of theoretical physics for some time has been the inability to couple the gravitational interaction and the various quantum interactions in a manner that is consistent with both models. Both general relativity as the best model for the gravitational interaction and quantum field theory as the best model for the strong and electroweak interactions have a long history of proven efficacy. What is missing is the provision of a quantum mechanism for coupling rest mass and light speed quanta with spacetime in a manner that is consistent within itself and with the established models. This monograph examines the subject with an analysis of the Planck scale in the context of the formal structure of the field equation of general relativity.