Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

The “BIG BAND” Gravity Theory

Authors: Joel M Williams

An explanation for gravity was listed as one of the 11 greatest unanswered questions of physics in 2002 and still remains a hot issue. Many have tried; none has successfully succeeded. Einstein spent much of his later life trying. The quantum theorists have preceded under two hypotheses: that gravity is a separate force from other forces and that it fits the quantum theory ideal (thus, the proposed "graviton"). After a fruitless 75+year attempt to explain gravity with these restrictions and make it fit a grand unification theory, it should strike most that these tenets are faulty. The BIG BAND Theory of Gravity recognizes the long known “identity” of the electrostatic and gravity mathematical expressions.

Comments: 3 Pages. Concept originally penned in 2002 and partially included in author’s “Challenging Science”

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