Quantum Gravity and String Theory


The Physics of Unification

Authors: Steven Snyder

To date, a unification is needed with the application of Planck units which unifies not only the force of Newtonian gravity with the electromagnetic force, and the strong and weak nuclear forces, but also one which includes quantum field theory and relativity. Herein, a unification as such is accomplished in which the mathematical terms of the conventional fields and the corresponding forces are unified into one general function in Planck units, and the geometry (including internal structure) and functionality of certain aspects of the respective unified field constructed therefrom are described. Accordingly, the geometry and functionality of the unified field are applied for describing certain aspects of electromagnetic, gravitational, and nuclear interaction along with certain aspects of elementary particles (including antiparticles), atoms, molecules, and, at the macroscopic scale, certain aspects of astronomical bodies such as black holes, and, ultimately, certain aspects of the Universe as a whole (including dark matter, dark energy, and the big bang).

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