Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

Quantum Gravity Without Additional Theory: Compatibility of Schwarzschild Metric and Quantum Mechanics

Authors: René Friedrich

General relativity and quantum mechanics both have been confirmed by experiments. In order to unify them, a new theory of quantum gravity is searched, but without success. In the following it will be shown that quantum gravity does not require any kind of new theory, and in particular that Schwarzschild metric and quantum mechanics are not contradicting each other, but fitting together harmoniously. The problem is that our current perception of spacetime is based on 3 wrong assumptions which are not complying with general relativity and obstructing our view to the solution. The following 3 corrections are following directly from the two postulates of special relativity and from Schwarzschild metric: 1. Spacetime is no quantizable continuous manifold. 2. For the solution of fundamental problems of physics about time, we must refer to the fundamental parameter of proper time instead of coordinate time. 3. Gravitation may be represented by the Schwarzschild metric not only as the curved spacetime, but alternatively also as gravitational time dilation in absolute, uncurved space. From these 3 insights are following the 7 basic characteristics of quantum gravity. The result: Gravity acts within quantum mechanics in the form of gravitational time dilation.

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